District News & Announcements
SCRHCD Board Seeks Public Input - 11/18/16
With an estimated 40% reduction in tax revenue looming and the possible inability to move forward with the Critical Access Hospital, the Sublette County Rural Health Care District Board of Trustees must now seriously explore alternate models for the delivery of health care in Sublette County. The RHCD Board has formed a Community Task Force committee composed of health care board members, district staff and community members with the intent to identify at least three (3) viable models – and they are requesting community input regarding those possible models...
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SCRHCD/Sublette Center Merger Update - 10/25/16
In January of 2016, after Eide Bailly released its financial review (see the full presentation on our CAH page) of both the Sublette Center and SCRHCD, it was demonstrated that Critical Access Hospital (CAH) designation by the RHCD with a merger of the two entities would be beneficial to the future of health care in Sublette County. At a joint meeting of the two boards on January 26, 2016, the Sublette Center felt that such a merger should "take place immediately" and a letter outlining this and other items to be addressed was given to the SCRHCD Board (Sublette Center letter to SCRHCD Board). Knowing that a merger was not possible, unless the CAH was supported...Continued Here
Look for Changes on SCRHCD Statements - Press Release 10/14/16
Over the past several years, the Sublette County Rural Health Care District (SCRHCD) has made numerous changes with the intention of increasing communication and transparency with its patients. One of those changes involved an affiliation agreement with University of Utah Healthcare, an affiliation which, among other things, extended the use of the University’s EPIC electronic medical records system to SCRHCD staff and patients. The benefits of this transition are numerous, however, making the transition resulted in changes for both the District and its patients, specifically in how patient statements are issued. With the SCRHCD’s recent transition to the EPIC electronic medical records system, community members will notice a significant change to their statements._..
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Holiday Closure Schedule
Our doors will be closed for the holiday, but as always - call the clinics for urgent care or dial 911 for emergencies!
Dec 23rd - Close at Noon
Dec 26th - CLOSED
Jan 2nd - CLOSED