Information for our patients:

About Coronavirus Disease 2019 | Center For Disease Control
Community Guidance & Resources | South Dakota Department of Health
What to do if you are sick and are told to stay home.
What to do if you are caring for a sick patient with suspected Covid 19.
When can I go back to work after being sick with possible Covid 19?.

All Women Count! Program

The All Women Count! Program (AWC!) is a cooperative effort between health professionals, The South Dakota Department of Health and the US Centers for Disease Control to encourage screening for breast and cervical cancer.

The purpose of cancer screening is to detect cancer in its earliest stage so it can be treated or cured. Screening for breast cancer involves a breast examination and a breast X-ray called a mammogram. Screening for cervical cancer involves a pelvic examination and a sample from the cervix called a Pap smear.

Covered: Women ages 30-64

  • Office Visit (annually)
  • Clinical Breast Exam
  • Screening Mammograms (ages 40-64)
  • Pelvic Exam
  • Pap Tests (done every 3 years) and re-Pap's if needed sooner
  • Support to quit tobacco product use: South Dakota Quit line:
    1-866-737-8487

Guidelines for Participation

  • Age 30-64 for Pap Smears (No Hysterectomy)
  • Age 40-64 for Mammograms
  • No Medicare or Medicaid
A photo of some of the female staff at Community Health Center

To schedule an All Women Count! appointment, call 605-721-8939.

Income / Family SizeAnnual Household Income
1 $23,760
2 $32,040
3 $40,320
4 $48,600
5 $56,880
6 $65,160