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Lead residents are served by the hospital in Deadwood.
Lead residents are served by the hospital in Deadwood.
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Lead - Health & Wellness

Community Health Needs Assessment

Regional Health Community Health Needs Assessment: Conducted by Regional Health, these studies highlight the strength and weaknesses in regional health and access to healthcare in West River, South Dakota. Assessments are available for the Lead-Deadwood Regional Hospital

Hospitals & Clinics

The Lead-Deadwood Regional Hospital, located at 61 Charles Street in Deadwood, has served the Lead-Deadwood area since 1878. The 18-bed critical access hospital provides 24-hour emergency service, inpatient and outpatient care and ambulance service. Lead-Deadwood Regional Hospital is located adjacent to the Clinic and has served the surrounding communities since 1878. 

Northern Hills Dental, located at 82 Dunmire Drive, is committed to serving the needs of area residents and visitors to Lead and the Black Hills.

Sports & Recreation

The Northern Black Hills features fun outdoors activities of all kinds, including but not limited to, hiking, rock climbing, biking, and camping. There's endless opportunities for playing outside.

The Northern Hills Recreation Association, located at 515 South Main Street in Lead, is dedicated to providing diverse recreational opportunities to residents and visitors of the Black Hills of South Dakota.

There are many sporting event venues and parks located in Lead according to the city’s parks and recreation department.

If you’re looking for a special community event, explore the city of Lead’s local event calendar.

More Information

For more data on the health and wellness of the citizens of South Dakota and the Black Hills, please check out our interactive graphs and charts. For more data, check out our Lead city profile.

Regional Health Community Health Needs Assessment: Conducted by Regional Health, these studies highlight the strength and weaknesses in regional health and access to healthcare in West River, South Dakota. Assessments are available for the Lead-Deadwood Regional Hospital

Hospitals & Clinics

The Lead-Deadwood Regional Hospital, located at 61 Charles Street in Deadwood, has served the Lead-Deadwood area since 1878. The 18-bed critical access hospital provides 24-hour emergency service, inpatient and outpatient care and ambulance service. Lead-Deadwood Regional Hospital is located adjacent to the Clinic and has served the surrounding communities since 1878. 

Northern Hills Dental, located at 82 Dunmire Drive, is committed to serving the needs of area residents and visitors to Lead and the Black Hills.

Sports & Recreation

The Northern Black Hills features fun outdoors activities of all kinds, including but not limited to, hiking, rock climbing, biking, and camping. There's endless opportunities for playing outside.

The Northern Hills Recreation Association, located at 515 South Main Street in Lead, is dedicated to providing diverse recreational opportunities to residents and visitors of the Black Hills of South Dakota.

There are many sporting event venues and parks located in Lead according to the city’s parks and recreation department.

If you’re looking for a special community event, explore the city of Lead’s local event calendar.

More Information

For more data on the health and wellness of the citizens of South Dakota and the Black Hills, please check out our interactive graphs and charts. For more data, check out our Lead city profile.

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