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Dedicated to promoting community wellness through serving vulnerable individuals and ensuring access to health resources in our community. We have reincorporated our name from River Valley Nursing Center to River Valley Health Services, and changed our logo to focus on health and the heart of service built on relationships, respect and dignity with our uninsured clients. Our vision for compassionate, timely and accessible health services for all in Scott and Carver counties continues. 

Due to the COVID-19 outbreak, River Valley Health Services has determined that its clinic offices were not set up to safely screen high-risk individuals. We made this decision for the protection of our clients, staff, students, and other visitors to our facilities. While this may be a temporary disruption of services, the benefits far outweigh any inconvenience. Read Full News Release

Thank you to all who have stepped up since the onset of COVID-19. Your donations make it possible for us to serve our uninsured and under-insured community.

YOUR DONATIONS MAKE A BIG IMPACT

 

Services provided 

• Blood glucose screening
• Blood pressure checks
• Cholesterol screening
• Health education
• Over-the-counter prescription assistance
• Prediabetes testing
• Pregnancy verification for medical assistance

 

Los servicios prestados

• Examen de glucosa en sangre
• Controles de presión sanguínea
• Examen de colesterol
• Educación para la salud
• Asistencia con receta médica sin receta
• Pruebas de prediabetes
• Verificación de embarazo para asistencia médica

Shakopee

Open Mondays, 2:00-6:00 pm
Closed Holidays

Anchor Center (next to CAP Agency)
752 Canterbury Road
Shakopee, MN 55379

952-496-8669 
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Chaska 

Open Tuesdays, 1:00-5:00 pm
Feriados cerrados
East Creek Family Center
303 East 6th Street
Chaska, MN 55318

952-567-8205
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100% of our Families are un-insured or under-insured

El 100% de nuestras familias no están aseguradas o no están aseguradas

Our services are free

Nuestros servicios son gratuitos

We serve all ages—from infants to seniors

Atendemos a todas las edades, desde bebés hasta personas mayores

Our Story

 

Donate

We rely on donations to keep our doors open. The River Valley Community Partnership d/b/a The River Valley Health Services is a 501(c)(3) tax-exempt organization. Contributions are deductible under section 170 of the US Tax code. 

 

Volunteer

To assure all individuals and families in our community have access to health promotion, disease prevention activities, curative and preventative health, as well as social services without regard to ability to pay—we need volunteers.

Our Founding Partners

Allina Health
CAP Agency
Carver County Public Health
Park Nicollet Health Services
Scott County Public Health
St Francis Regional Medical Center
St Mary’s Health Clinics

Client Visits & Screenings from 2019 back to 2010

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RVHS In The News

Southwest Media, March 18, 2020

River Valley Health Services temporarily closed, will screen at-risk patients online.

River Valley Health Services will no longer be screening patients in person, according to a recent press release. Instead, clinic volunteers and staff members will provide telehealth services to its clients.

River Valley Health Services will focus on high-risk clients in Scott and Carver Counties, which includes people over 50 with heart or lung disease, diabetes or other underlying conditions. Read More

Shakopee Rotary Club

Shakopee Rotary Donates A1C Diabetes Machine to River Valley Health Services

The Shakopee Rotary Club recently donated $1000 for the purchase of an A1C Diabetes test machine and supplies for use by River Valley Health Services. River Valley Health Services is dedicated to promoting community wellness through serving vulnerable individuals and ensuring access to health resources in our community. The Shakopee Rotary Club is excited to help River Valley Health Services. Read More

Southwest Media, December 20,2019 Jamie Tulupan was homeless and eating a free dinner at a Loaves and Fishes community meal in Shakopee three years ago when Heidi Cianflone, a public health nurse, offered him a free health screening. River Valley Health Services was operating a floating clinic for low-income residents of Scott and Carver counties at the time, and it flagged residents who showed warning signs in their screenings… Read More