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St. Mary Plaza
3700 Avenue B
Scottsbluff, NE 69361
United States

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Worksite wellness

Keeping employees well is in the best interest for everyone concerned! Community Health assists businesses with education and selected screenings.

Health fairs

Health fairs provide easily accessible and economical ways to monitor wellness. Offered in tandem with other Regional West departments, the Community Health department is pleased to help provide these screening services.

Public awareness and education

We offer public awareness and education on a variety of health topics at venues throughout Scotts Bluff County, including community events. We have a presence at functions like the annual Farm and Ranch Expo, Home and Garden Show, Scotts Bluff County Fair, Legacy of the Plains Harvest Festival, and others. Stop by and see us!

Educational programs

Community Health employees are available to speak to your group/class on a wide range of health-related topics. We enjoy presenting programs appropriate for all age groups and interests, including fall prevention classes such as Bingocize®, Living Well, Stepping On, and Tai Chi. To view more information on these topics, click on the links below.


Living Well

Stepping On

Tai Chi


Regional West’s Community Health nurses are specially trained in the identification, monitoring, treatment, and follow-up of communicable diseases. Partnering with infection control personnel, county, state, and if necessary, national health departments and epidemiologists, outbreaks are identified and treated in a timely manner. Such identification, treatment, and follow-up help limit the involvement of the public in contracting these illnesses. We offer education on communicable diseases and prevention on an individual or group basis. 

Emergency preparedness

Are you and your family or business prepared in the event of a natural or man-made disaster? Community Health is active with emergency preparedness. Working with local, state, and national coordinating entities, you can trust that your community will be protected and served in the event of a disaster. Training is a big part of the preparedness and includes all local law enforcement, fire departments, ambulance services, emergency medical personnel, support employees, and volunteers.

Genetic clinic

Community Health works with the Munroe-Meyer Institute through the University of Nebraska Medical Center in Omaha. Quarterly clinic appointments are made by medical referral, but a referral is not required. The clinic is staffed by well-known geneticists and counselors. Initial consultation is grant funded, so is available at no cost to the client. 

Medically handicapped children’s clinic

In conjunction with the Nebraska Department of Health and Human Services, Community Health offers a program that provides specialized medical services for families with children with disabilities or those who have ongoing healthcare needs.

Services may include:

  • Services coordination/case management

  • Specialty medical team evaluations

  • Access to specialty physicians

  • Payment of treatment services

Nebraska Tobacco Quitline

If you want to quit smoking or using smokeless tobacco, but aren’t sure how, click here or call 1-800-QUIT-NOW for tools to help.

Tuberculosis (TB) Skin Tests

Community Health offers TB skin tests on Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Fridays.