President and CEO: Terrance Lerash
HCECM Board: Chair
Location: 170 N. Caseville Road, Pigeon, Michigan 48755
Facility Description: 25 Inpatient Acute Care Beds, 10 Swing Beds, 19 Long-term Care Beds
Type: Critical Access Hospital, Long-term Care
Community Impact: Employs nearly 500. Served 42,668 outpatients and 591 inpatients in 2013.
Sketch: Scheurer Health is a division of Scheurer Healthcare Network. Dr. Clare Scheurer moved to Pigeon in December of 1934 to provide medical services to area residents. In 1940, Dr. Scheurer built a medical clinic and in 1945 added another section which became Scheurer Hospital in downtown Pigeon. In 1972, a 47-bed hospital was built with the support of the Pigeon community. On July 1, 2000, Scheurer Hospital became a Critical Access Hospital with 25 acute care beds plus 19 long-term care beds. On July 1, 2019 Scheurer Hospital became Scheurer Health.
Telephone Number: (989) 453-3223
- The National Organization of State Offices of Rural Health (NOSORH) and iVantage Health Analytics recently honored Scheurer Hospital for “Excellence in Patient Satisfaction” and “Excellence in Efficiency.”
- Patient Centered Medical Home designation was recently awarded to the Scheurer Family Medical Center and Elkton Family Medicine, clinics of Scheurer Hospital.
- Scheurer Hospital opened the Scheurer Wellness Clinic located at the Elkton-Pigeon-Bay Port Laker School recently. Partnering with the school, the clinic allows for enhanced access to care for students with the focus on promoting healthy behaviors and choices.
- Scheurer Hospital is attesting for Meaningful Use Stage II and Meaningful Use Stage I for eligible clinic providers.
- The 340B drug program was recently implemented at Scheurer Hospital.
- A Swing Bed program was recently implemented, as well.