307.672.1000 • 1401 West 5th St. Sheridan, WY
307.672.10001401 West 5th St. Sheridan, WY

 

growing for you
 

Sheridan Memorial Hospital’s Outpatient Center

 

We are excited to open our new Outpatient Center. This new center at Sheridan Memorial Hospital consolidates outpatient services conveniently under one roof.  Patients can now walk down the hall to access the departments and clinics necessary for their healthcare.  The following list shows the clinics and departments and their name changes. Those located in the new Outpatient Center have their associated suite numbers listed.

Current
Clinic Names
  New Names Outpatient
Center Suite #
Phone
Big Horn Ear, Nose & Throat Ear, Nose & Throat 206 307.675.4646
Big Horn Endocrinology Endocrinology 1050 Mydland Rd  
Big Horn Heart Center Heart Center 103 307.675.4610
Big Horn Mountain Medicine Internal Medicine 112 307.675.2650
Big Horn Surgical  No Change 200 307.673.3181
Sheridan Women’s Clinic Women’s Clinic 210 307.672.2522
 
Current
Department Names
New Names Outpatient
Center Suite #
Phone
Northeast Wyoming Wound Clinic  
Wound Care
 
106
 
307.672.1161
Hospice of the Big Horns & 
Hospital Home Care
 
Home Care & Hospice
located south of Hospital  
307.672.2608
Big Horn Health Network Sheridan Memorial Clinics 61 S. Gould 307.675.2649
Medical Arts Complex Outpatient Center 1333 W. 5th St.  
MAC Lab Outpatient Lab 111 307.672.1035
Diabetes Education No Change 110 307.675.2640


Approximately 30 physicians and clinicians are practicing in this new space.  The name “Outpatient Center” has been selected because it more accurately represents the services offered in this new center. Outpatient services also make up 60% of the services the hospital provides as an organization. 
 


new mri equipment Upgrade

The MRI suite is now completely renovated which dramatically improves the patient experience in terms of comfort, speed and sound. Our new advanced MRI system has a wider platform (bore), designed to accommodate larger patients. Its design also enables the patient’s head to remain outside of the unit, which helps prevent or alleviate claustrophobia.

These new features enable us to serve an additional segment of patients—those who previously traveled outside the community for an MRI because of their physical size or claustrophobia. Since the new equipment is much less confining, it may prevent some adult and pediatric patients from having to be sedated for claustrophobic reasons.

Our radiology department performs 2,500 MRI procedures each year on an inpatient, outpatient, and emergency basis.