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Published on December 20, 2016

Gundersen Sparta Clinic is now open

Sparta Clinic

Gundersen Health System's new 35,000-square foot clinic in Sparta opened on Monday, Jan. 9. The new facility is located at 1111 West Wisconsin Street (State Highway 16) and has been under construction since October 2015.

"This new clinic is part of our commitment to the health and well-being of patients in and around Sparta," states Dave Campbell, Gundersen Sparta medical clinic manager. "It also conveniently houses all of our current Sparta services – medical, eye and behavioral health – at a single location."

Patients will also benefit from:

  • Expanded services, including digital mammography, physical therapy, and cardiac and pulmonary rehabilitation
  • Care during evening and weekend hours (beginning late spring 2017)
  • A drive-through entrance and plenty of convenient, close parking
  • A central check-in and check-out area for all appointments
  • A conference room for community use after clinic hours

Campbell continued, "Adding to our current services in Sparta reduces the out-of-town trips patients will need to make to receive care. Bringing care close to home is a top priority for us."

"This new clinic will enhance the great care we have been providing in Sparta for many years," says Jessica Stefanski-Williams, DO, Family Medicine physician at Gundersen Sparta Clinic. "Two keys to outstanding patient care and experiences are patient privacy and a healing environment. The new clinic provides both of these, with more and larger exam and procedure rooms, an interior design that keeps clinicians and nurses close to patients, wireless internet service throughout and more."

Gundersen will host an open house for the new clinic on Saturday, Feb. 4 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. This will be an opportunity for the community to tour the new clinic and meet the staff.

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