Coal Country Community Health Center has COVID-19 vaccine doses available for patients. If you are interested in receiving the vaccine, call CCCHC to be placed on a list. Because supplies are limited, vaccines are distributed on guidance from CDC and ND Department of Health.
We will contact you when we have a vaccine available for you based on which priority group you belong to.
Phase 1B - In Order of Priority
- Adults 75 and older
- Adults age 65-74 with 2+ underlying conditions
- Other congregate setting residents & staff (e.g. corrections)
- Adults age 65-74 with 1 underlying condition
- Adults age 65 and older without underlying conditions
- People of any age with 2+ underlying conditions
- Childcare workers
- Preschool and K-12 school workers
In the fall of 1918, Hazen got an inadvertent and temporary hospital when its new school building was equipped with 24 beds and a staff of five Bismarck nurses to cope with the Spanish influenza epidemic. The facility closed shortly after. There was not even a temporary hospital when a sleeping sick ness (encephalitis) epidemic hit the community in the spring of 1923.
Cancer is something that can catch a person completely off guard. But, when it comes to colon and colorectal cancer, a colonoscopy can help detect and prevent cancer before it really begins. For one Mercer County resident, a recent experience demonstrates both the risk of waiting and the relief of acting on the opportunity for getting that colonoscopy.
Local businesses Union State Bank and Stroup Insurance have provided the SMC Foundation with $3,000 in match funds to kick off Giving Hearts Day. Giving Hearts Day is a 24-hour fundraising event for charities in North Dakota and northwest Minnesota. As the longest-running giving day in the country, GHD has helped charities raise more than $112 million since its founding.