Bellin Health’s new and improved Oconto Falls clinic will be open for business on Monday, Aug. 24.
The 9,000-square foot facility at 107 E. Highland Drive replaces Bellin’s current Oconto Falls location at 833 S. Main St. Officials broke ground on the new building in March, and crews have worked throughout the spring and summer to get the building ready for clinic staff and patients. Details of a grand opening celebration will be announced at a later date.
The new Oconto Falls clinic will continue to offer internal medicine and family practice services, x-ray, lab, drug testing, DOT physicals and other employment- and school-related services, behavioral health and colonoscopy, among other services. The new location also will usher in new services, including mobile unit mammography and bone densitometry, as well as physical therapy.
“This facility is a clear illustration of our unwavering commitment to providing top-notch healthcare to residents of Oconto County and the larger region,” said George Kerwin, president and CEO of
Bellin Health. “Its state-of-the-art design, expanded services and excellent providers will enhance the patient’s experience from the moment he or she walks through the door. It’s so exciting to see this come to fruition.”
The new building has the same design as Bellin Health Algoma, which opened last year. Providers at that facility have praised its efficiency for patient care and workflow, as well as its aesthetics.
Providers at the Oconto Falls clinic include Dr. Lucy Canaday, Family Medicine; Dr. William J. Wittman, Internal Medicine; and Certified Physician Assistant Tracey BeFay, Family Medicine. Wittman and BeFay have been at the clinic since it opened in 1997.