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Investing in care close to home

All Winona services available in May

Thousands of people in the Winona area set aside hours of personal time every year to drive to Gundersen Health System appointments in La Crosse, Onalaska and other locations, often with loved ones or friends.

They will soon get precious time back.

The Gundersen Winona Campus opens in May 2020 with a full range of care and treatment options at 1122 W. Hwy. 61.

"What an amazing time to be in Winona! We are grateful for our patients' trust in our staff and our system, and we're excited to provide our full range of services," says Mary Kuffel, MD, medical vice president, Gundersen Regional System and Clinics. "We're investing in Winona for our patients, for their families and to be part of an exciting time for growth in Winona, all to help create a healthier community for everyone."

Gundersen has cared for people in and around Winona for more than 30 years. The approximately 86,000-square-foot Gundersen Winona Campus combines new services with some of the system's specialty services already offered in Winona.

In December 2019, the campus partially opened with Urgent Care, Laboratory, Imaging and Infusion Services. In May, the campus will have about 100 staff and include primary care (Family Medicine, Internal Medicine, Pediatrics and Women's Health); retail pharmacy; Physical and Occupational Therapy; and an outpatient surgery center, among many other specialties.

Gundersen Dental Specialties, which includes orthodontics, oral surgery, dental implants and more, will remain in downtown Winona at the 111 Riverfront Building. Gundersen Sports Medicine, Orthopedics, Podiatry, PT/OT, all Specialty Outreach services, and the downtown Eye Clinic will move to the new campus.

You can read more about services offered at the Gundersen Winona Campus and schedule an appointment at

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