Fast Facts

Gundersen Health System* Statistics for 2014

Licensed Beds 325
Average Set-up and Staffed Beds 253
Average Length of Stay 4.39
Average Daily Census 168
Number of Inpatient Admissions (excludes newborns) 14,000
Newborns (live births) 1,524
Inpatient Days 61,465
Newborn Days 5,280
Annual Emergency Services Visits 49,500
Annual Inpatient Surgery Cases 4,387
Annual Outpatient Surgery Cases 12,686
Number of Outpatient Visits (Clinic) 995,644
Number of Outpatient Visits (Hospital) 200,967
* Includes principal affiliates Gundersen Clinic, Ltd.
   and Gundersen Lutheran Medical Center, Inc.

Gundersen Health System Statistics for 2015

Number of Volunteers 944
Number of Doctors 513
Number of Associate Staff 320
Total Employees (excludes doctors & Associate Staff) 7,621
Number of Medical Clinics 27
Number of Worksite Clinics 3
Number of Express Care Clinics 2
Number of Podiatry Clinics 4
Number of Behavioral Health Clinics 8
Number of Eye Clinics/Institute 12
Number of Sports Medicine Clinics 2
Number of Counties Served 19
Iowa: Allamakee County, Clayton County, Fayette County, Howard County, Winneshiek County
Minnesota:
Fillmore County, Houston County, Winona County, Wabasha County
Wisconsin:
Buffalo County, Crawford County, Grant County, Jackson County, Juneau County, La Crosse County, Monroe County, Richland County, Trempealeau County, Vernon County
Number of Options in Reproductive Care Clinics 7
Number of Affiliated Hospitals (Palmer Lutheran Health Center, Gundersen Tri-County Hospital and Clinics,
Gundersen St. Joseph's Hospital and Clinics, and Gundersen Boscobel Area Hospital and Clinics)
4
Number of Affiliated Nursing Homes (Gundersen Harmony Care Center, Gundersen Tweeten Care Center, Gundersen Whitehall Care Center, Bethany Lutheran Homes) 4
Gundersen Health Systems, Inc. (f/k/a Gundersen Lutheran, Inc.), the parent corporation, has core businesses in Gundersen Lutheran Medical Center, Inc., Gundersen Clinic, Ltd., and Gundersen Administrative Services, Inc., as well as other affiliates.

As of February 2015

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