St. Michael's Hospital Avera
St. Michael’s Hospital Avera, along with our affiliated primary care clinics and physician offices, provides you and your family with comprehensive health care—and access to extensive medical specialties—as part of the Avera Health system serving South Dakota, North Dakota, Nebraska, Minnesota and Iowa.
Innovative Health Care Close to Home
Across the Avera Health system, including St. Michael’s Hospital Avera, you benefit from evidence-based care, a strong focus on your safety and comfort while you stay with us, and the best possible outcomes.
St. Michael’s is a Critical Access Hospital, licensed for 25 acute care beds. The hospital offers swing bed care in which patients may have a short-term to long-term residential stay. The hospital also sponsors the Bon Homme Family Practice Clinics Avera in Tyndall and Avon as well as Bon Homme Pharmacy Avera. A wide range of diagnostic and treatment services is available for outpatients and inpatients.
The St. Michael’s Hospital Avera mission is to care for the sick and elderly of its service communities as though they are caring for Christ Himself. The hospital is a member of Avera Health that provides additional resources and support for its mission and delivery of quality services.
St. Michael’s is a Critical Access Hospital, licensed for 25 acute care beds.
You receive the same top-quality health services you’d find at major medical centers and regional referral sites, including precision diagnosis and treatment using advanced technology such as:
You and your doctor also can take advantage of Avera’s innovative telemedicine services for 24/7 consultations and treatment from a wide range of medical specialists—all without leaving Tyndall.
When you or your loved ones face a health challenge or life with a chronic condition, you want the best possible care for your situation. Trust St. Michael’s Hospital Avera for fast response to emergency situations with our Careflight air ambulance and local and visiting physicians who provide:
St. Michael’s Wellness Center is located on the northwest corner of the hospital/clinic. The Wellness Center offers a wide array of workout equipment, including cardio equipment, free weights, and weight machines. Single, senior citizen, teen, family, and exercise class memberships are available on a quarterly and annual basis. Call 605-589-2100 for current rates.
Bon Homme Pharmacy Avera is located in the main lobby of St. Michael’s Hospital Avera and Bon Homme Family Practice Clinic Avera. This is a full service pharmacy that accepts all third party insurance. We offer prescription and over-the-counter medications, diabetic shoe fitting and sales, pure vitamins (hypo-allergenic), deliveries and mail services. Hours are Monday through Friday, 8 AM – 6 PM and Saturday, 8 AM – noon. Contact us at 605-589-2218 or toll free 866-596-0644.
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Schedule a Physician Appointment
Call the scheduling receptionist at Bon Homme Family Practice Clinics Avera to arrange a physician appointment. Tell us the reason for your visit so we can set up the right span of time. Once you schedule an appointment, plan to arrive 15 minutes early. The Tyndall clinic can be reached at 605-589-2190 and the Avon clinic can be reached at 605-286-3888.
We offer many outreach specialty services, with visiting physicians in specialties such as cardiology; cataract and general surgery; obstetrics and gynecology; orthopedics; and podiatry. This includes a monthly comprehensive Foot Clinic. For an appointment to see a visiting physician, call Bon Homme Family Practice at 605-589-2190. We also offer a comprehensive Foot Clinic on a monthly basis.
What to Bring to Your Appointment
Be prepared to pay your insurance co-pay amount when you arrive for your visit and bring your:
- Insurance card
- Driver’s license or photo identification
Visitor & Patient Information
Because families and caregiver networks play an important role in your health and recovery, encourage them to visit while you stay with us—they’re welcome any time. Check with our staff for visitor options that best fit your recovery plan.
Find out how to prepare for your hospital stay at St. Michael’s Hospital Avera. When you’re ready to return home or when you need additional care, you benefit from our care coordination activities that connect you with in-home services, local facilities and community resources to support your recovery and next steps.
Take advantage of our spiritual care services, and learn more about advance directives and end-of-life care planning.
Discover St. Michael’s Hospital Avera
St. Michael’s Hospital Avera originated in 1949 in the Dr. H. Klima home. A new hospital was constructed in 1950 through the generosity of the local community, with an addition and extensive remodeling in 1968. St. Michael’s Hospital Avera has been a Catholic institution since 1949, shortly after its beginning. The Catholic identity, initiated by the Benedictine Sisters, is now derived from a relationship with the Sioux Falls Catholic Diocese.
As an Avera affiliate, we believe in the tradition of service inspired by the Sisters of the Presentation and Benedictine Orders, St. Michael’s Hospital Avera serves the health needs of southeastern South Dakota with accessible, cost-effective care. Review our:
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As a recipient of Federal financial assistance, St. Michael’s Hospital Avera does not exclude, deny benefits to, or otherwise discriminate against any person on the basis of race, color, national origin, disability, or age in admission to, participation in, or receipt of the services and benefits under any of its programs and activities, whether carried out by St. Michael’s Hospital Avera or through a contractor or any other entity with which programs or activities are arranged.
This statement is in accordance with the provisions of Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, the Age Discrimination Act of 1975, and Regulations of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services issued pursuant to these statutes of the Title 45 Code of Federal Regulations Part 80, 84, and 91.