We are excited to open our newest location in the lakeside community of Lake Superior. Lake Superior Community Health has been helping the community since 2011, and we are looking forward to serving the community with our newest location.
Lake Superior Community Health’s health programs offer patients the opportunity to receive the best care possible while staying within a community. We’re proud to offer a wide variety of services including Wellness Programs, Health Clinics, Wellness Centers, and much more. Our programs are specifically designed to care for people of all ages, abilities, and backgrounds, and we are especially proud to offer our services to veterans and active-duty military personnel.
What can we say, it’s great to be doing something good in the world.
Lake Superior is a beautiful and diverse place. The city is home to a great variety of native and non-native species, native and non-native plants, and a number of beautiful lakes. We offer a wide range of services to help patients maintain their health, such as Wellness Programs, Health Clinics, Wellness Centers, and much more.
The health clinic we offer is called “Healthy Heart”. It is the only clinic in the area that provides comprehensive medical services to veterans and active-duty military personnel.
Healthy Heart Clinic is a wonderful place to get medical care. The staff is very friendly and helpful, and the doctors and nurses are extremely competent. The facility is clean and well-maintained, and the staff genuinely cares for their patients. My only complaint is that the patients are not as comfortable as I would like them to be.
Lake Superior seems to be a favorite of the military in my neighborhood. Their facilities are state of the art, and the staff is very professional. I do think that the patients are a bit more out of it than they should be. The only time I had a problem was when they took my blood pressure. I asked about it and was told that was a standard procedure that was not considered an emergency.
I don’t know if this is true or not, but my sister’s blood pressure was a bit high. I think they knew it, but they did not have time to check it. I’m thinking maybe they didn’t feel the need to do it at that point in the procedure.
That’s not the only instance where they took blood pressure from me. They made a doctor error when the nurse on duty did not feel like checking it. I think they just wanted to see the nurse’s eyes move over my chart.
One place where I feel like they did not feel the need to do a standard procedure is when they did not check my pulse at the end of the emergency treatment. I mean, after the nurse gave me the shot to go home, I felt fine. After the nurse did not check my pulse, I experienced a very slight twitching in my right arm.