Gundersen Health System and Bellin Health Systems deliver superior primary and specialized care in Wisconsin, Minnesota, Iowa and Upper Michigan. This year, they united to deliver world-class medical care that strengthens patient and community health. Separately, Gundersen and Bellin Health have cared for their communities for more than a century. Our path forward together means we’ll be here for another 100 years and beyond.
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Patients & Visitors
Services for patients and families and visitors at Gundersen St. Joseph's Hospital and Clinics. ...
Emergency Medicine Physician Assistant Fellowship Team
The team leaders of the Emergency Medicine Physician Assistant Fellowship. ...
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Gundersen Health and Bellin Health merge
Gundersen Health System and Bellin Health Systems completed their merger of equals and combined operations Nov. 30. ...
Gundersen Tri-County launches campaign for new facility
It's an exciting time to care for patients in Whitehall, Blair, and Independence, Wisconsin, and surrounding communities.
Gundersen Tri-County Hospital and Clinics will soon begin construction of a new Hospital and renovated Clinic in Whitehall. The new facility, expected to open August 2023, will replace the current facility, which is more than 60 years old.
"Following years of thoughtful planning by the Gun ...
Gundersen Tri-County Memorial Foundation contributes to future of rural healthcare
The Gundersen Tri-County Memorial Foundation is supporting the future of rural healthcare with a donation to a high school course to train future nurses.
The foundation, the fundraising arm of Gundersen Tri-County Hospital and Clinics, gifted $3,000 toward the new certified nursing assistant course offered this academic year at Arcadia High School.
The course offers students an opport ...
Occupational therapist joins Gundersen Tri-County
Gundersen Tri-County Hospital and Clinics welcomes Steph Shannon, OTR/L, to its Occupational Therapy team in Whitehall.
"I enjoy the variety of settings and patients that I get to work with every day," Shannon said. "At Tri-County, we see patients in the skilled nursing, inpatient and outpatient settings, so we really get to challenge and further develop our skill sets."
Shannon earned her undergraduate degree in Therapeut ...
Gundersen Tri-County welcomes new exercise physiologist
Gundersen Tri-County Hospital and Clinics welcomes exercise physiologist Kristin DeMers, MS, to help patients recover from major cardiac events close to home in Whitehall.
Coronary artery disease is woven into her genetics, impacting her grandfather and other family members. It also fueled her passion for patient care.
As a child, DeMers shadowed her grandfather during his Cardiac Rehabilitation after he underwent triple b ...
COVID-19 testing site coming to Blair
The Trempealeau County Health Department and Emergency Management, Gundersen Tri-County Hospital and Clinics, School District of Blair-Taylor, and the Wisconsin National Guard are hosting a free COVID-19 testing site at Blair Taylor High School, N31024 Elland Rd, Blair, WI on July 28, 2020 from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m.
We are planning for the maximum number of tests to be utilized and available at the testing site. If testing kits run out b ...
Gundersen Tri-County resumes limited in-person care
Patient and staff safety top priorities at all locations
Gundersen Tri-County Hospital and Clinics is resuming limited in-person clinic appointments and elective procedures. The safe, careful approach to resuming in-person visits and expanding virtual care options are part of a long-term strategy to restore Gundersen operations and respond to our patients' care needs.
"We remain committed to our plan to carefully and safely resume ...