May 11, 2017
The Marshfield Clinic Health System (MCHS) today announced that New Visions Gallery, which resides inside Marshfield Clinic's main campus in Marshfield, will officially become part of MCHS early this summer.
"This move enables New Visions Gallery to continue our programming and outreach with the Central Wisconsin community," said Bobbie Erwin, New Visions Gallery executive director. "Gallery employees, as well as the hundreds of gallery donors and volunteers, are strong believers in the healing power of art, and being a part of MCHS will allow the gallery to bring that power to more patients and families."
New Visions Gallery is Marshfield's visual art connection, and organizes a dynamic series of changing exhibitions which are displayed in a 1,600 square foot, secure, climate controlled gallery. Exhibits change every 6-8 weeks and feature a variety of art forms including national traveling exhibits, significant works on loan from private and public collections, and quality regional art.
The gallery is open 9 a.m. to 4 p.m., Monday through Friday in the lobby of the Marshfield Clinic, 1000 N. Oak Ave.
For more information, visit New Vision's site.
Marshfield Clinic Health System (MCHS) oversees Marshfield Clinic and other subsidiaries, including Security Health Plan of Wisconsin, Inc., MCIS, Inc., Marshfield Clinic Health System Foundation, Flambeau Hospital in Park Falls and Lakeview Medical Center in Rice Lake. Marshfield Clinic, with more than 50 locations in Wisconsin, serves patients through accessible, high quality health care, research and education; with more than 700 physician specialists in 86 specialties and subspecialties and more than 6,500 employees. MCHS is overseen by a Board of Directors with 13 independent members and 11 physicians who comprise the Marshfield Clinic Board.