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A delayed closing and official transfer of ownership will occur in the summer of 2021.
Gundersen Health System's annual community physical activity challenge, Minutes in Motion, kicks off May 29 and runs through May 9.
Gundersen Health System is able to keep all first-dose vaccine appointments this week at our La Crosse and Onalaska locations.
Gundersen Medical Foundation will join teaching hospitals across the country participating in Thank a Resident Day on Feb. 26.
David Amborn, who retired in 2016 as senior director of Development after 24 years with the Foundation and 28 years at Gundersen, died unexpectedly at his home on Feb. 14.
Low COVID-19 vaccine supply will force Gundersen to cancel 780 first dose vaccine appointments for its patients between Feb. 18-23 in La Crosse and Onalaska.
Gundersen Home Hospital brings the essential elements of hospital care to the comfort of a patients’ home, allowing many patients to avoid a hospital admission altogether.
Due to these lower-than-expected vaccine doses received, we are cancelling all first dose vaccine appointments between Feb. 11-Feb. 16 at our La Crosse and Onalaska locations.
Due to significant community spread of COVID-19 and to ensure the health and safety of patients and staff, the following visitor guideline changes are being made.
A limited number of vaccine appointments are available between Feb. 3-9 at the Onalaska Clinic to patients who received an appointment invite through MyChart or by letter.
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