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St James
Hospital and Clinic
1101 Moulton and Parsons Drive, St. James, MN 56081
  • Clinic Hours:
  • Mon-Fri:8:00 AM - 6:00 PM
  • Clinic hours subject to change on holidays.
  • Urgent Care Hours:
  • Mon-Fri:12:00 PM - 6:00 PM
  • Sat:9:00 AM - 12:00 PM
  • No appointment necessary.
  • Emergency Department Hours:
  • Open 24 hours

What’s Happening in the Community

Caring for a loved one with diabetes

Oftentimes in a diabetic person's life, he or she may need the help of a loved one. A diabetic person encounters many stages in life. Sure, it can be difficult at times, but the more prepared you are, the better you can handle the situation.

Kristi Stemsrud PAC By Kristi Stemsrud December 12, 2017

Should I use antibiotics or home remedies to treat my child's illness?

For parents, it can be hard to tell whether your child’s illness requires antibiotics or if there are other ways to effectively treat his or her symptoms. To prevent overuse of these drugs, it’s important to know when home remedies can be used instead of antibiotics.

Tiffany Casper DO By Tiffany Casper December 5, 2017

Around for the long haul: Weight loss success

Like many busy adults, Kasie Von Haden was always putting her health at the bottom of her priority list. Then came her wake-up call.

December 5, 2017

Rolling with the punches: Great medical care under unfortunate circumstances

Though the saying “I don’t have time to be sick” is well-known, some health complications create a tough road to recovery regardless of how busy life is. Paula West learned that the hard way.

December 1, 2017

Quarterback shuts out Type I diabetes

Between school, football, farming and living the life of a high school senior, Jack Gadient manages Type I diabetes, which he was diagnosed with when he was 7.

November 30, 2017

What is thyroid cancer?

Thyroid cancer arises from the thyroid gland — a butterfly-shaped organ located on the front of the neck whose main function is producing thyroid hormones to regulate metabolism. Thyroid cancer is the most rapidly increasing cancer in U.S., mainly due to advancements in imaging techniques that help detect smaller lesions.

Sakine Sever MD By Sakine Sever November 28, 2017

Local physician couple saves passenger’s life: A mile-high medical tale

Most people who fly worry about leg room, layovers and lack of storage space for their carry-ons. Few have to worry about saving someone’s life at 30,000 feet. When married Eau Claire, Wisconsin, physicians boarded a flight, they didn’t know they would be putting their medical training to work before they reached their destination.

November 27, 2017

5 tips for navigating changing holiday traditions

Traditions play a big part in our lives during the holidays. However, it can be difficult to maintain the same traditions each year due to family changes, such as a lost loved one, unemployment, a new family member, divorce/separation or a move. Here are five tips to help you navigate changes to your family holiday traditions.

November 22, 2017

Around for the long haul: Weight loss success

Like many busy adults, Kasie Von Haden was always putting her health at the bottom of her priority list. Then came her wake-up call.

December 5, 2017

Rolling with the punches: Great medical care under unfortunate circumstances

Though the saying “I don’t have time to be sick” is well-known, some health complications create a tough road to recovery regardless of how busy life is. Paula West learned that the hard way.

December 1, 2017

Quarterback shuts out Type I diabetes

Between school, football, farming and living the life of a high school senior, Jack Gadient manages Type I diabetes, which he was diagnosed with when he was 7.

November 30, 2017

Giving thanks for special care

Jess Pederson didn’t think she would ever be able to have a baby. Her journey to motherhood was a long one, marked with struggle and heartache along the way.

November 20, 2017

Postpartum depression: Not something you just get over

After her second child was born, Alethea Clark thought she just had the baby blues and it would pass. But as time went on, the situation became more serious.

November 15, 2017

After back surgery, marathoner helps friend cross the finish line

Anyone who’s ever run competitively knows how rewarding it is to cross the finish line. Jacob Nash knows that thrilling feeling well. However, unlike other competitors, the 41-year-old marathoner crossed his last finish line within six months of having back surgery.

November 10, 2017

Teamwork and telemedicine used to save newborn's life

A month before her due date, Mary Beth Delong was rushed to the hospital to deliver her baby. When baby Reuben was born not breathing, the OB-GYN team in Eau Claire connected with Mayo Clinic experts via telemedicine to resuscitate him.

November 8, 2017

Family ties: Four generations, one provider

Twenty-one years ago, Cheri Olson, M.D., helped welcome twins Kinsey and Sydney Freitag into the world. Soon, she’ll help deliver Kinsey’s first child, ushering in a fourth generation of the family.

November 6, 2017