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  • Got GERD? Get Back to Normal

    It’s time to learn more about this innovative approach to treating chronic acid reflux and heartburn. GERD is the most common gastrointestinal related diagnosis made by physicians during clinical visits in the U.S. It is estimated that pain and discomfort from acid reflux impact over 80 million people at least once per month in the U.S. GERD Awareness Bulletin If you have or suspect you have ...
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  • National GERD Awareness Week is November 21-27, 2021

    When You Should See a Doctor The week of November 21-27, 2021 is national Gastroesophageal Reflux Disease (GERD) Awareness Week. It comes just in time for Thanksgiving when many Americans may experience heartburn associated with overeating. However, if heartburn occurs more frequently, or is associated with additional symptoms, it may be gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD). An estimated 1 in ...
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  • COVID VACCINE BOOSTER DOSE UPDATE:

    Recently, the FDA and CDC recommended that certain individuals who received Pfizer, Moderna and J&J vaccines may receive a booster dose. Starting on Tuesday, November 2, patients who received Moderna or J&J vaccines can receive their booster shot during CDP Health Care System walk-in booster event. No appointment necessary. CDP Health Care System COVID-19 Vaccine Booster Walk-in Event ...
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  • Dedication to Healthcare Quality and Safety

    Congratulating Stacy Dahlstrom, Quality Improvement/Risk Manager-Compliance Officer from Coteau des Prairies Health Care System for demonstrating her dedication to healthcare quality and patient safety by passing the CPHQ (Certified Professional in Healthcare Quality) exam. Stacy prepared for this exam by participating in the CPHQ Prep-Course sponsored by SDAHO in August. This two-week, two-hour ...
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  • Opioids: What, Why & How of Addiction & Recovery

    The opioid crisis continues in our area and across the nation. CDP Healthcare’s Compass Care program is working hard to against opioid addiction by focusing on education, prevention, and recovery. Many don’t understand what opioids really are or why people become addicted, so the Compass Care team aims to answer critical questions and help those who need it. What are opioids? Opioid is ...
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  • New Process to Sign up for the COVID-19 Vaccine Waitlist!

    You can now register online to be placed on the COVID-19 Vaccine Waitlist where it’s faster and more convenient! Coteau des Prairies Health Care is teaming up with Sanford Health‚ so now getting on the COVID-19 vaccine waiting list is easier than ever! Simply register at SanfordHealth.org which makes it easier for all of our patients to sign up—regardless of the state or counties ...
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  • COVID-19 Vaccine Announcement: Distribution to Begin Phase 1d

    South Dakota Department of Health is announcing that starting on Monday, January 18, 2021, the Department of Health and its health partners across the state will start vaccinating a prioritized population group, within Group 1D, of the state’s vaccination plan. This first prioritized population group will be those 80 and over, as well as high-risk individuals and will be expanded to other ...
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  • Exciting COVID-19 Vaccine Update - Statewide Distribution Ahead of Schedule, Public Vaccinations to Start Sooner than Anticipated!

    South Dakota is leading the nation in COVID-19 vaccination distribution, a proud accomplishment that means faster immunization for the next group of eligible recipients, and eventually the entire state. Aligned with the nationwide rollout, healthcare workers and long-term care residents are first to receive the vaccine. Because of the rapid implementation to this group, South Dakota can start ...
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  • Gestures of Generosity Strengthen Our Community in the Midst of Covid-19 and the New Year

    As 2021 begins to unfold, we look ahead with unprecedented hope—inspired by a year of unprecedented challenges. Throughout 2020, the pandemic impacted local businesses, schools, nonprofits, and their employees and volunteers. It also put a strain on hospitals and care facilities, including Coteau des Prairies (CDP) Health Care System and Tekakwitha Living Center. At the same time, it ...
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  • CDP Health Care Launches Compass Care Program & Hires Care Coordinator

    Sisseton, SD — CDP Health Care has launched their Compass Care program, which is unlike any other in the tri-state area. It is a judgment-free hub set up to help patients by supporting medical, social and mental health care. The program will cover a variety of service areas, but the first focus on addiction, helping people through recovery and working together to rebuild the full life that ...
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  • Notice To Consultants: Request for Bid Proposals

    Request for bid proposals for CDP Health Care System to engage the CONSULTANT to render assistance in connection with its NAS Women’s Health Program. Bid proposals for this project will be received electronically by the Coteau des Prairies Health Care System via delivery to hr@cdphospital.com until 10 A.M. Central time, on October 20, 2020. All bids will be checked for qualifications and ...
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  • For your safety... and the safety of those you love... visitor restrictions remain in place at CDP Health System

    Taking care of you... and the health of those you love... has always been our highest priority, long before any of us could ever know what would be in store for us this year. As we continue to navigate the COVID-19 pandemic, we have grown more confident, educated, and assured as a staff and are able to provide quality care while incorporating safety measures to ensure the health of our patients ...
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  • Patient and Visitor Information

    Call First We are working closely with the South Dakota Department of Health and CDC on recommendations to keep you safe. If you are experiencing symptoms, please call first at 605-698-7681. Our healthcare providers will evaluate your symptoms, explain your best course of action, and determine if you need to be tested. Seek medical help immediately, call 911 for anyone experiencing: Extreme ...
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  • Your Health. Our Priority. Come back for the important care you need.

    We’re taking even more precautions to keep you safe—so you can return to take care of your health If you’ve been delaying primary care appointments, annual screenings or treatments for chronic conditions, it’s more important than ever to return for the health care you need. As we safely resume all services, trust that we have made modifications to provide you—and your ...
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  • Use of Face Masks by CDP Health Care System Staff

    All CDP Health Care System staff working where patients are present will wear a surgical, procedural or cloth face mask. All clinic and hospital patients required to be wearing masks Patients, including those with symptoms suggesting possible COVID-19 or other respiratory illness, will be provided a face mask. Patient need to wear mask when entering facility for clinic appointment, treatment or ...
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  • Sew much to be grateful for-Thank you mask makers!

    With every stitch, volunteers who are making masks help keep our frontline providers, hospital staff and patients safe as we respond to the COVID-19 pandemic. A heartfelt thank you to all who have stepped up to their sewing machines for all of us at CDP Health Care—as well as for our neighbors in nursing homes, assisted living facilities, first responders, law enforcement and others in the ...
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  • Stop the Spread

    There’s a lot of information to learn as we go through this challenging time. Here’s a guide to help you understand how to stay safe. Thank you for doing your part to help stop the spread of COVID-19. How to Stay Safe
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  • Visitor Restriction

    Starting today, March 16, CDP Health Care system will be restricting visitors due to the COVID-19 outbreak. We appreciate the community’s support and understanding as we take steps to protect patients, staff, and the spread of this virus. As a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, CDP Health Care System has made the difficult decision to restrict visitors at our hospital. No visitors will be ...
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  • In response to the Novel Coronavirus

    In response to the Novel Coronavirus, which causes the disease known as COVID-19, trust that we at CDP Health Care System are working closely with the South Dakota Department of Health to take steps to prevent the virus and protect our employees, patients and visitors. This includes personal protective equipment (PPE) for staff and isolation of patients when COVID-19 is suspected. It’s ...
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  • HAT & MITTEN DRIVE

    In celebration of National Physical Therapy Month & PT Day of Service (Oct.12), Big Stone Therapies in Sisseton is hosting a Hat and Mitten Drive throughout the month of October! We are collecting new or “gently used” hats and mittens/gloves. Donations will go to the Sisseton School District for children and families in need. Let’s help keep kids warm throughout the chilly ...
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  • Celebrate Breast Cancer Awareness with CDP!

    Join us for an Open House on October 16th In honor of Breast Cancer Awareness Month, Coteau des Prairies invites you to a special open house. Learn more about mammography, enjoy treats, and win prizes at this community event. Mammography is an essential part of women’s health because they are one of the best ways to detect breast cancer early. As with all cancers, the earlier breast cancer ...
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  • Raise Some Green on the Green!

    Corporate Sponsorship Team Signup In Honor or Memory Of Download the.pdf, use Adobe Acrobat to fill out the fields and send to Colette at cmweatherstone@cdphospital.com or print, fill out the form and mail to: Colette Weatherstone Coteau des Prairies Health System 205 Orchard Drive Sisseton, SD 57262
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  • Prevent Sudden Cardiac Death in Youth

    Get your child screened today 12,000 youth experience sudden cardiac arrest each year. Make sure you are doing everything you can to prevent it happening to your child. Coteau des Prairies is pleased to offer a Sudden Cardiac Death Prevention Screening on Thursday, August 8 th, 2019. Join us at 205 Orchard Drive, Sisseton for a screening for young people age 12 to 34. Screenings will include: ...
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  • Appreciation events to show gratitude toward CDP Employees

    This past year, CDP Foundation has hosted appreciation events to show gratitude toward CDP Employees for all they do. During our last event we were delighted to give away an "Employee Get-Away,” a one week stay at resort in Branson, MI and $250 travel cash. Pictured is our winner, Brenda Lacroix and CDP Foundation Chair, Ginger Kuschel congratulating her and wishing Brenda a wonderful ...
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  • Prevention Newslink

    The annual Students Against Destructive Decisions (SADD) Conference is scheduled for March 21st in Rapid City and March 22nd in Watertown. This youth leadership conference will be filled with excitement and a great chance for students from different schools to meet each other and have fun! The goal of the conference is to harness the powerful influence of peer pressure-- making it a positive force ...
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