MCH Governing Board Executive Meeting 9.24.2020
Time: Sep 24, 2020 12:00 PM Mountain Time (US and Canada)
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Meeting ID: 951 5914 2582
Blood Draws will be held:
September 29th, October 1st, 3rd,5th,7th and 9th
We ask that you call to schedule an appointment on the above dates.
Fasting is recommended for 8-12 hours prior to blood draw, you can and should drink water!
Health Fair Test Information and Pricing
Executive Panel: Hemogram, CMP, Lipid Profile and TSH – $55.00
Hemogram – Complete Blood Count – This test measures Red Blood Cells for anemia. Blood Platelets for the clotting of blood and white blood cells (WBC’s) for infections. (If you choose to do the Hemogram alone it is $20.00)
CMP – Comprehensive Metabolic Panel – This lab test measures the electrolytes in the blood including sodium and potassium. Blood sugar (glucose) is measured which can indicate hypoglycemia or diabetes. Liver function and kidney function is measured.
Lipid Profile – Cholesterol (HDL and LDL, “good and “bad” cholesterol) and Triglycerides.
(If you choose to do the Lipid profile alone it is $20.00)
TSH – This test measures the amount of thyroid stimulating hormone (TSH) in your blood. It is part of the body’s system to maintain stable amounts of thyroid hormone in the blood. (If you choose to do the TSH alone it is $35.00)
Glycosylated Hemoglobin – $20.00
This is the most common test to measure control of diabetes over the past 6 weeks. A level less than 7.0 indicates good diabetic control. A level of 7.0 – 7.9 indicates borderline control. A level of 8.0 or more indicates poor control and a much higher risk of development of complications from diabetes.
Prostate Specific Antigen (PSA) – $35.00
This is a screening test for prostate cancer that men over 40 should have every year.
Vitamin D – $25.00
Vitamin D promotes calcium absorption in the gut and maintains adequate serum calcium and phosphate concentrations. Together with calcium, vitamin D also helps protect adults from osteoporosis.
Here When You Need Us
Mineral Community Hospital’s vision is to be here when you need us. Our culture is one of compassion and commitment to patient care. We treat patients and their loved ones like family. Mineral Community Hospital understands that our mission is to improve the health care and quality of life of our community. We provide inpatient, outpatient, 24-hour emergency room care, physical therapy and nursing home (long-term) care, as well as many other health care services you may not expect to find in a rural hospital in Superior, MT.
Everyone is in need of some help from time to time. If you find yourself needing assistance with your medical bills, review our Financial Assistance Policy (click here), Plain Language Summary (click here) and fill out the Financial Assistance Application (click here).
Conveniently Located in Superior, MT
Although our convenient location just off Interstate 90 in Superior, Montana may be attractive to first-time patients, it’s our individualized care and exceptional customer service that makes the difference.
Mineral County Community Calendar
Mineral Community Hospital is proud to host the Community Calendar for Mineral County Events (civic meetings, classes, sporting events, class recitals, Christmas plays, tournaments, fundraisers). Contact Mitzi Francis at (406) 822-3701 or firstname.lastname@example.org to get your event on the calendar.
Immunizations are Important
Vaccinations protect children from serious illness and complications of vaccine-preventable diseases such as measles, mumps and whooping cough. That is why Mineral Community Hospital is working closely with the Mineral County Health Department to closely monitor the recent measles outbreak in Washington. Thankfully, there are no measles cases in Mineral County. We urge parents to get their children immunized. If you have any questions, please contact the Mineral Community Hospital Clinic at (406) 822-4803 or the Mineral County Health Department at (406) 822-3564.