With a total revamp of the way we approach development at Regional Health, the Center for Leadership and Professional Development brings a collaborative learning model that was created by leaders and caregivers. This new approach also offers caregivers and leaders the opportunity to best practice and network with each other to enhance their development process with valued discussion. The center helps caregivers find their foundations in growth and development through four development pillars: Leadership Development, Professional Development, Clinical Development and First-Year Onboarding...
To ensure that we have the quality staff that we need to care for our patients in the future, Regional Health is committed to the education of current and future caregivers. We provide accredited training and educational programs for physicians, nurses, pharmacists, allied health professionals, and technicians.
After your hospitalization, your provider may recommend a stay in one of our transitional care beds to provide continued care during your recovery. Regional Health’s transitional care program is designed to meet your individual rehabilitation needs and offers an expert team of healthcare professionals who will partner with you, your family and the provider to customize your care as you continue to heal and recover. Once you are able to safely discharge, they also partner with your community physician and work to coordinate any...
Our professional nursing practice mission is to provide and support exceptional patient care and have a positive impact on every patient, every day.
Values we believe in:
Quality, Dignity and Respect, Participation and Collaboration, Information Sharing, Integrity
News and Awards:
- Rapid City Regional Hopital Achieved Magnet Recognition®
- Star Awards recognize excellence in nursing - 8 were...
Regional On Call Transfer Center
Regional On Call is a transfer center that coordinates all admission requests from other hospitals and local physicians. By calling the number above, we will capture patient medical and demographic information, facilitate communication between providers and handle patient placement.
Here's how it works:
The Transfer Center Nurse will gather information from the initial call for transfer.