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After months of renovations and the selection of a new name, the former Partner’s Corner Grill has re-opened as the Partner’s Coffee Shop inside Fort HealthCare’s Fort Memorial Hospital.

The updated facility features improved lighting and seating, along with a new, muted color palette. The space is intended to help customers relax and unwind over a lunch break or while waiting for a family member in the hospital.

The menu highlights soups, hot and cold sandwiches or wraps, breakfast items, ice cream treats, appetizers and salads among other popular choices. In addition, the Partner’s Coffee Shop features specials, which change daily. All weeklong, the Partners are celebrating the grand opening by offering extra incentives like free popcorn or fountain soda.

The Partner’s Coffee Shop, located near Ambulatory Services off the McMillen Street or Sherman Avenue entrances, is open 8:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. Breakfast is served until 2:00 p.m. and lunch service begins at 10:30 a.m.

The Fort HealthCare Partners is a voluntary organization composed of men and women from Fort Atkinson and the surrounding communities. These community-minded volunteers bring greater comfort and cheer to all our patients and visitors. Volunteers donate countless hours adding significantly to the hospitals high standards of patient care and services. Volunteers are instrumental in annually raising thousands of dollars toward special projects.

To learn more about the Partners organization, visit FortHealthCare.com/Volunteers or call (920) 568-5276.

PICTURED: (L to R) Bob Smith, Partners president-elect, James Nelson, vice president of finance and strategic development, Lynn Sell, Fort Atkinson Chamber of Commerce membership manager, Arlene Newhouse, Partners president, Dianne Hrobsky, Fort Atkinson Chamber of Commerce executive director, Tina Barnes, Coffee Shop coordinator, Stephanie Nischik, manager of nutrition services, Mike Wallace, president and CEO, Kari Behling, manager of volunteer services.

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