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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 services beginning with low risk, high priority cases. We will test our designs for the safety of our patients and staff and expand as we believe best serves our patients and the community," states Joni Olson, Administrator, at Gundersen Tri-County.

Gundersen Tri-County has taken every precaution to keep patients and staff safe at locations across the system. For patients: Please don't let concerns about COVID-19 prevent you from getting the care you need, especially Urgent Care or Emergency Care. We are prepared to care for you safely and ensure your health and well-being at Gundersen Tri-County in Whitehall.

Thank you for your assistance in keeping our communities healthy and safe. Continue to wash your hands and observe social distancing. We will get through this together. Gundersen Tri-County and the local healthcare community are here to care for you, safely and close to home.   

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