Dr. Mark Gregerson, Dr. Clint Moen, and Dr. Joseph Lemker are board-certified Orthopedic Surgeons who provide diagnostic arthroscopies, fracture repair, dislocations, bunion-ectomies, carpal tunnel release (open and endoscopic), rotator cuff repair, ACL repair/reconstruction, bone spur removal/debridement, hip and knee arthroplasties (total joint replacement), and trigger finger release.
For more information or to make an appointment with Dr. Gregerson, Dr. Moen, or Dr. Lemker, call 218-878-7626 or 218-655-1587.
The CMH Pain Management Clinic under the direction of Dr. Paul Vollmar, Anesthesiologist, can offer relief for many kinds of chronic pain, such as chronic headaches, back pain and many other pain issues. Pain treatment methods include steroid injection; nerve blocks, including facial nerve blocks; trigger point injections; radio frequency ablation; and implantable spinal cord stimulators.
No referral is necessary; please call 218-878-7626 or email email@example.com to schedule an appointment.
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Community Memorial Hospital provides Urology consultative services to area physicians and patients twice a month. This specialty is concerned with diagnosis and treatment of diseases of the urinary tract, bladder, and male prostate gland.
A referral from your physician is necessary. Please call 218-878-7677 to schedule an appointment, once you have a referral.
CMH provides OB/GYN consultative services to area family practice physicians, as well as consultative services for patients with premenstrual disorders, infertility, menopause, urinary incontinence, abnormal bleeding and other women’s health issues. Dr. Skott Nielsen, OB/GYN, is the director of Women's Health. CMH also provides surgical services for women, including laparoscopic hysterectomy; for more information, click here.
For more information about Women’s Health, call 218-878-7626; to schedule an appointment, call 218-655-1587. No referral is necessary.
The Hematology/Oncology Department provides out-patient infusions including chemotherapy treatments, fluids for hydration, antibiotics, and blood products for anemia, immune diseases or blood disorders. In order to receive treatment, patients need their physician’s referral.
The Hematology/Oncology Department also provides central intravenous lines and line maintenance, and dressing changes and wound care. Our nursing staff is trained to treat chronic wounds or surgically created wounds that are not healing with conventional therapies, including negative pressure wound therapy which involves placing a special type of sponge over the wound, draping that with special material and vacuum sealing it to promote healing.
The department is open Monday-Friday from 7 am to 3:30 pm Monday through Friday and care is provided by a registered nursing staff certified in infusion therapy.