Fort Memorial Hospital
611 Sherman Avenue East
Fort Atkinson, WI 53538
(920) 568-5000 | La linea de mensajes: (920) 568-5001


Fort HealthCare Accepting 2022 Scholarship Applications

Fort HealthCare is offering scholarships totaling over $25,000 for the 2022-23 academic year to students pursuing careers in healthcare. Scholarships are being offered by the Fort HealthCare Partners, Fort HealthCare Medical Staff and Fort Memorial Hospital Foundation. Students interested in applying can complete an application online at beginning on December 6, 2021. Applications are […]

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Fort HealthCare Offers Services from International Parkinson Voice Project

Fort HealthCare is pleased to be named a recipient of the 2021 SPEAK OUT!® & LOUD Crowd® Grant program, developed by the Parkinson Voice Project (PVP), the only 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization in the world solely dedicated to helping individuals with Parkinson’s improve their speech and swallowing skills. Since not all patients can travel to PVP […]

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Fort HealthCare Challenges Jefferson County Communities to ‘Rock the Walk’ 2021

Fort HealthCare is challenging the greater Jefferson County area to “Rock the Walk” and to have “Awareness of your Health”, while tracking your physical activity on a weekly basis, to be more mindful about health and current level of physical activity and for the chance at great prizes along the way. Rock the Walk 2021 […]

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Fort HealthCare Announces The 2021 Virtual Camp 911

Registration will be opening soon for the popular Fort HealthCare Camp 911 event, but with a new look. This event, traditionally a one-day interactive program that focuses on safety, health, and wellness, will be going virtual for 2021 and will be offered as a four-week family challenge throughout the month of August. Registration for this […]

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Fort HealthCare Announces the “Make Each Step Count” Community Challenge

Fort HealthCare is pleased to announce a brand-new, FREE community-based wellness challenge open to adults beginning May 4, 2021, to coincide with Mental Well-Being Awareness Month. Registration opens online on April 5th. This six-week challenge encourages physical activity and tracking steps as a way to get participants moving. Steps and exercises are tools for healthy […]

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