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Caring for the Chippewa Valley
Marshfield Clinic Health System (MCHS) today announced its new "Caring for the Chippewa Valley" plan to build a hospital with an attached Cancer Care Center on land the Clinic has purchased near its existing Eau Claire campus.
Memorandum of Understanding Signed
Ministry Health Care, part of Ascension Wisconsin and Marshfield Clinic Health System Announce the Potential Sale of Ministry Saint Joseph's Hospital.
Focus on Restoring Services at Saint Joseph's
"Our focus for the immediate future will be on continuing to provide world-class Marshfield Clinic care to patients at Saint Joseph's, as well as working with Ascension to restore services that have been reduced over the past several months." - Dr. Susan Turney
Health System Explores Options for Hospital of the Future
Marshfield Clinic Health System (MCHS) leaders are exploring options for providing care to Wisconsin residents that could potentially could include building a cutting-edge tertiary care facility in Marshfield, but plans haven't been finalized and would need MCHS board of directors approval.
Health System approves new clinic leaders
The Marshfield Clinic Health System Board of Directors have approved election results for key leadership positions as Marshfield Clinic moves into a new governance structure.
Latest News and Announcements
Marshfield Clinic now offers patient comments on website
Benefits renewal season is upon us. As consumers look to renew their commercial health insurance plans, searching for a plan via health care exchanges or looking for a new provider, it's important to know something about the provider who will care for their family.
Eau Claire hosts statewide cancer survivor forum
Three major Eau Claire hospital systems join hands with the Wisconsin Comprehensive Cancer Control Program and the Wisconsin Cancer Council to host the 2016 WI Survivorship Forum: "Life in Balance," an event dedicated to cancer survivors and their families.
Get your sneakers ready. Mike's Run set for June 25
Mental illness affects one out of every four Americans. In an effort to bring awareness to this serious issue and to provide a hopeful message for all people affected by mental health challenges, the sixth annual Mike's Run will take place Saturday, June 25, at the Steve J. Miller Recreation Area in Marshfield.
Marshfield Clinic purchases Kaukauna wellness company
Marshfield Clinic, which has had a strong working relationship for 22 years with Concert Health Resources, has strengthened its commitment to improving employee health with the recent purchase of the Kaukauna-based wellness company.
Nurse shaves hair to support co-worker
Mary Jo Clark was the first non-patient close to Tracy Brock who battled cancer. She decided to make a stand and support her strength. "Shaving my hair is the least I can do."
$12.5 M Grant to Research Foundation
The National Cancer Institute (NCI) has awarded a $12.5 million grant to Marshfield Clinic Research Foundation (MCRF), Gundersen Medical Foundation and St. Vincent Regional Cancer Center in Green Bay to expand their clinical cancer research over the next five years.
New treatment for ringing ears
Persistent ringing in the ears, or tinnitus, affects millions of people in the U.S., and has the potential to dramatically reduce a person’s quality of life. Marshfield Clinic now has a new treatment for this condition.
NFMC Director selected to work on President's Malaria Initiative
The President's Malaria Initiative, credited with dramatic reductions in child death rates in sub-Saharan Africa, has selected the director of the National Farm Medicine Center (NFMC) at Marshfield Clinic Research Foundation to design a program that monitors its pesticide applicators for overexposure to those chemicals.
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