Clinic Hours: Monday - Friday 8 a.m. - 12 and 1:30 - 5 p.m. ___Saturday Urgent Care: 9 a.m. - 12 p.m.
Monday Evening Urgent Care: 4:30 - 6:30 p.m.
Health, Wellness and Patient Information
Protect Yourself From the Flu
According to the Minnesota Department of Health, "Everyone 6 months of age and older should get the flu vaccine every year." A flu shot (or nasal spray) helps protect you from getting the influenza virus and passing it on to people who are at risk of getting very sick: babies, pregnant women, elderly people and those with chronic diseases.
To schedule an appointment to receive your flu vaccine, please contact the Sleepy Eye Medical Center Clinic at 507-794-3691.
-SEMC Offers Flu Prevention Tips
-Influenza Resources from the Minnesota Department of Health
-Influenza Resources from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
Free Skin Cancer Screenings this Fall
Skin cancer can be a treatable condition with early diagnosis and proper treatment. In an effort to promote early diagnosis, Sleepy Eye Medical Center will offer free skin cancer screenings during regular business hours between September 15 and November 15.
To be eligible, individuals must request the free screening when making an appointment. Once an appointment has been made, please print, fill out and turn in the "Skin Cancer Assessment Tool" during your appointment.
Skin Cancer Assessment Tool
Skin Cancer Body Mole Map
To schedule a free skin cancer screening appointment, call 507-794-3691. Interested individuals are encouraged to schedule as soon as possible because free screening appointments are limited.
News, Events and Information
Join Our Patient and Family Advisory Council
In an effort to enhance the patient experience, Sleepy Eye Medical Center will implement a Patient and Family Advisory Council in 2016. An Advisory Council partners patients and their families with members of the healthcare team to provide guidance on matters pertaining to the patient experience.
SEMC is currently looking for patient advisors to serve on the Patient and Family Advisory Council. Patient advisors will be asked to share their perspectives and experiences at quarterly meetings, where their voice will not only be heard but also integrated into service and quality improvement measures at SEMC.
If you are interested in serving as a patient advisor, contact Sara Schultz, Quality Improvement Coordinator, at firstname.lastname@example.org or 507-794-8459. Patients of all ages and their family members are invited to join.
Meetings will be held every three months from 6-7 p.m. in the lower level of SEMC. A free meal will be provided at each meeting.
SEMC Clinic Certified as Health Care Home
The Minnesota Department of Health has certified Sleepy Eye Medical Center Clinic as a Health Care Home. This means that Sleepy Eye Medical Center Clinic has met a set of rigorous standards to provide patient and family-centered care and is working to improve both the overall quality and affordability of health care.
Health Care Homes, also known as "medical homes," offer a team approach to primary care, making it eaiser for patients to communicate and partner with their care team. Care teams include clinicians, nurses, specialists, care coordinators and community resources.
Click here to read more about how this will enhance the overall quality of health care for Sleepy Eye Medical Center Clinic patients.
Share Your Experience
Did you know Sleepy Eye Medical Center has a team dedicated to improving the quality of care we provide to our patients and community? To share your own experience, please fill out a comment card the next time you are in or call our Quality Improvement Team at 507-794-8459.
If you were randomly selected to receive a mailed survey, please consider filling it out and returning it to SEMC. We appreciate your feedback!