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Advanced CT Imaging Now Possible at Schoolcraft Memorial Hospital

ADVANCED CT IMAGING POSSIBLE AT SCHOOLCRAFT MEMORIAL HOSPITAL WITH NEW CT SCANNER From pediatric to adult patients, the SOMATOM go.All CT system enables high-quality imaging and low radiation dose.   MANISTIQUE, MICHIGAN– SCHOOLCRAFT MEMORIAL HOSPITAL recently installed a new, tablet-based CT scanner from Siemens Healthineers. The system, called a SOMATOM® go.All, enables the hospital to
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Expanded Appointment Hours at RHC

Feeding America Food Truck April Delivery

Feeding America Food Truck July Delivery

MANISTIQUE – The Schoolcraft Co. Feeding America Mobile Food Truck will visit Manistique on Wednesday July 26th from 10 a.m.-12 p.m. The location for pick up is Schoolcraft Memorial Hospital, 7870W US Highway 2, Manistique, MI. Anyone residing in Schoolcraft County may participate. If you are picking up a box for another family, please bring
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SMH Accepts Governor’s Award Of Excellence

Schoolcraft Memorial Hospital is pleased to announce it has received MPRO’s 2019 Governor’s Award of Excellence for Outstanding Achievement in Effective Reporting and Measurement: Critical Access Hospitals. This year, more than 130 Michigan hospitals, physician practices, nursing homes, inpatient psychiatric facilities, ambulatory surgery centers and home health agencies were honored with the Governor’s Award of
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SMH Launches New Community Connect Program

Schoolcraft Memorial Hospital realizes mental health issues, childhood and adult abuse, and substance use can negatively affect us, preventing us from living our best life. This can change, and we want to help.  The Community Connect Program has launched with services now based in the Rural Health Clinic.  The program compliments new addiction and mental
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SMH AWARDS SCHOOLCRAFT COUNTY TRANSIT AUTHORITY $10,000

SMH Awards Schoolcraft County Transit Authority $10,000

Schoolcraft Memorial Hospital presented a grant in the amount of $10,000 to Schoolcraft County Transit Authority in early April.  The community health needs assessment conducted in 2016 concluded that transportation was a barrier for many individuals in our community. In the past, Schoolcraft Memorial Hospital has covered one-way transportation for individuals visiting the hospital. “Schoolcraft
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Trauma Responsive Community

Trauma Responsive Community Training

Register Online: http://bit.ly/community-connect-trauma Schoolcraft Memorial Hospital’s New Community Connect Program Hosts it’s first Community Training Event! Come join your professional colleagues for a day of professional development & strategic planning to address the problem of traumatic stress & how to build resiliency in our children, families & our local workforce! Registration Begins at 8am with
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Wound care is moving

Wound Care Is Moving

PROVIDERS MOVE BACK TO MAIN CAMPUS

Providers Move Back to Main Campus

   

Annual Report

Annual Report Now Available

CLICK HERE to view the 2018 Annual Report

Schoolcraft Memorial Hospital (SMH) had a successful year in the areas of finance, quality, people, service and community involvement.

SMH was recognized nationally as a top performing hospital in Patient Satisfaction, as noted by the National Organization of State Office and Rural Health.  SMH currently has a 4 star rating with Hospital Compare, a CMS overall rating of patient quality.

Based on the interim financial statements as of December 31 2018, SMH achieved a Net Income of approximately $1 million in 2018, which equates to a 3% margin for the year.

Our financial success over the last two years can be attributed to three primary factors:
(1) targeted expansion of services
(2) implementation of revenue cycle strategies to improve reimbursement for services provided
(3) targeted cost reductions, which have reduced inefficient spending thus lowering costs while maintaining quality patient service.

As a result of these efforts SMH has experienced a $2.5 million turn-around from 2016 to 2017 improving from a Net Loss of ($481,925) in 2016 to a Net Income of $2.1 million in 2017.  As an independent non-profit critical access hospital, it is essential that we remain on the forefront of advancing technology, ever changing laws affecting health care and a commitment to excellence in our community.