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Steven Clements, MD

About Steven

Dr. Clements grew up in Gillette and attended medical school at the University of Washington School of Medicine in Seattle. He completed a residency in Internal Medicine, Hospitalist Training Program at the University of Colorado.

The CCH hospitalist program was created in 2008 to provide patients with immediate, round-the-clock access to a healthcare provider who works exclusively in the hospital. Instead of specializing in caring for a specific disease such as a cardiologist or oncologist does, a hospitalist is trained to take care of you during your entire hospital stay. Hospitalists work closely with other key people in the hospital, such as nurses, pharmacists, discharge planners and clergy.

  • Hospitalist medicine is the fastest growing medical specialty in the U.S.
  • CCH has 11 hospitalists who care for both adult and pediatric patients.
  • Today – there are over 52,000 practicing hospitalists.

How does the hospitalist know about me?
The hospitalist uses the medical record to review your medical history. They can also communicate with your primary care physician or clinic to request any information they feel is important in taking care of you while in the hospital.

What happens if I need a specialist?
Because hospitalists are available 24/7 and they know every specialist and department in the hospital, they will be sure to get you the specialized care you need.

What happens after I am discharged?
Patients return to their established primary care provider for follow-up care. If you do not have a primary care provider, we can help you find one.

Affiliations Campbell County Memorial Hospital
Education
  • College
  • Internal Medicine Hospitalist Training Program University of Colorado
  • Medical School
  • Doctor of Medicine University of Washington School of Medicine
  • College
  • Bachelor of Science Eastern Western University
  • Board Certification
  • Internal Medicine