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24-Hour Nurse Line

If you have symptoms, need at-home care advice or want health education, Gundersen registered nurses are here for you 24/7. We'll listen to your concern and help you determine the right level of care. Whether you live in Wisconsin, Minnesota or Iowa, you can count on us—no matter where you receive healthcare.

How does it work?

Call the Gundersen 24-Hour Nurse Line to connect with a registered nurse.

Describe your symptoms or concerns, and a nurse will help you find the right care for your needs.

Your nurse will tell you how to treat your symptoms from home, or direct you to the right department to seek additional care.

Your care, anywhere

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You have many options for care at Gundersen Health System. We’ve outlined them all—making it easier to get the right care, at the right time.

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