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Emergency Medical Responder Course

Registration is open for the May 27th online EMR Course. The online EMR course is a 50‐60 hour course offered to give students the flexibility of taking an EMS class without having to sit in a classroom for 2‐3 hours twice a week. To learn more please visit www.NDEMSA.ORG/EMR-course

September is National Cholesterol Education Month

All adults should have their cholesterol measured, learn their cholesterol numbers and their risk for heart disease, and follow a heart‐healthy lifestyle to lower their risk for disease. To learn more go to www.cdc.gov/cholesterol

FREE Health Education Seminar — Monday, May 21st

Please Join Us! Dr. Shiraz Hyder, Neurologist at CHI St. Alexius Health, will give a free presentation regarding understanding the signs and symptoms of stroke and recommendations to help decrease your risk factors. Presentation begins at 12:00 noon at the Sakakawea Medical Center Conference Room, in Hazen, ND. We will also be serving a free light lunch during the presentation. Registration is required. Email mschulz@smcnd.org or call Marcie at 7017487287 to register.

FREE Community Education Session — April 11th

Organ and Tissue Donation ‐ How Can You Help? and Advance Care Planning community education session will be held on April 11th at 5:30 p.m. in the SMC Conference Room. A FREE light dinner will be served. Register by calling Marcie at 7017487287 or email mschulz@smcnd.org by April 9th.

Sakakawea Medical Center: Innovation in Training

Caring for the community is a long-standing tradition at Sakakawea Medical Center (SMC). Founded more than 68 years ago, they strive to care for all by offering health, healing and a better quality of life. SMC is a critical access hospital, licensed for 13 beds, and a 34-bed licensed basic care facility. SMC serves the communities, residents and visitors of Dunn, Mercer and Oliver Counties, and is in the heart of rural Mercer County and housed in the City of Hazen.