Scenic Rivers Health Services Revenue and Competitors

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Cook, MN USA



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Estimated Revenue & Valuation

  • Scenic Rivers Health Services's estimated annual revenue is currently $14.1M per year.(i)
  • Scenic Rivers Health Services's estimated revenue per employee is $243,000

Employee Data

  • Scenic Rivers Health Services has 58 Employees.(i)
  • Scenic Rivers Health Services grew their employee count by 16% last year.
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Headquartered in Cook, Minnesota, Scenic Rivers Health Services provides patient-centered medical and dental care to remote, underserved areas in northeastern Minnesota. Our dedicated providers and support staff ensure the well being of their communities across the northland. Mission: To provide quality and compassionate care for every patient at every visit. As a non-profit organization, our providers only goal is to help you get well and stay healthy. Our status as a Community Health Center ensures that our staff will do everything to help eliminate the financial barriers between your family and the care they need, including a Sliding Fee Scale program. We have medical clinics in Cook, Tower, Bigfork, Big Falls, Northome, and Floodwood. We also have Dental clinics in Cook, Tower, Bigfork, and Floodwood.



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Scenic Rivers Health Services News

2022-04-20 - New Bedford Men Arrested on Gun, Drug Charges in Separate ...

America's wild and scenic rivers are famous worldwide for their beauty. ... The agency offers services such as mental health treatment,...

2022-04-17 - All roads lead to Bigfork | News |

This helped reinforce her decision to pursue a healthcare career and gave ... Drake began working at Scenic Rivers Health Services about 12...

2022-04-06 - River Democracy Act would hamper Oregon's timber counties

We depend on our partners at the U.S. Forest Service and Bureau of ... in the county as “wild and scenic river” corridors where thinning and...