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FRHS Welcomed Back Area Students Interested in Healthcare

May 2, 2022
Fall River Health Services Welcomed Back Area Students Interested in Healthcare Fall River Health Services (FRHS) welcomed back area students interested in healthcare on April 22, 2022. The annual Scrubs camp was put on hold since 2019 due to the COVID-19 pandemic and FRHS was honored to have them back on campus. Scrubs Camps are one-day learning experiences conducted at 16 locations throughout the state.

Fall River Health Services Awards Five In-House Scholarships

May 2, 2022
Fall River Health Services continues to invest in their employees and encourages growth and leadership in their patient care. For the academic year, 2022-2023, FRHS Board of Directors, has awarded five Build Dakota Scholarships to their current staff who are anxious to expand their career opportunities in healthcare at FRHS.

FRHS Provides Rural Trauma Course

May 12, 2022
FRHS provided a Rural Trauma Team Development Course on May 11, 2022 for nurses, EMS and the trauma team.

Getting ready for hiking season with an occupational therapist

May 15, 2022
Getting ready for hiking season with an occupational therapist HOT SPRINGS, S.D. - We could all use the help of an occupational therapist from time to time. While physical therapists help you recover from lower extremity injury or surgery, occupational therapists zero in on helping you take part in daily activities, from getting dressed to playing tennis. With such a wide range of services, it's no wonder that occupational therapists are in higher demand than ever, with job growth rising year after year.

Recognizing depression and anxiety in children and adolescents

May 26, 2022
Recognizing depression and anxiety in children and adolescents: Is it more than teenage angst? HOT SPRINGS, S. D. - The adolescent years can be difficult for any parent. A child might seem more withdrawn or may develop moodiness. How do you know what is considered typical teenage behavior and what may be signs of something more serious such as depression or anxiety in your teenage child?

FRHS Keeps Hot Springs Beautiful

Jun 22, 2022
FRHS Participated in the annual Keep Hot Springs Beautiful event in May. Fall River Health Service's participation in the Great American Cleanup in May was a great community success. "I'm happy to inform you that FRHS is the winner of the "most participants" prize!"-Shelley Hagans-Brown, KHSB President. FRHS challenges you to continue to keep Hot Springs Beautiful today and every day! FRHS has our community at heart. www.frhssd.org

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Happy 4th of July

Jul 4, 2022
Fall River Health Rural Clinic & Outpatient Services will be closed in honor of the holiday. Have a safe and fun 4th of July!
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Fall River Health Services is a non-profit corporation of professional team members committed to excellent, quality and patient focused healthcare for the whole person. We provide for the physical, emotional, and spiritual needs of the individual, family, and significant others. We are committed to our patients, employees and our public.