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

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Fort Memorial Hospital Foundation Announces 2020 Scholarship Awards

Fort Memorial Hospital Foundation is pleased to announce $26,750 in scholarship awards for students pursuing academic degrees in career fields that support Fort HealthCare’s mission. Each of the following scholarships is made possible by generous donations in recognition of the important roles of health care to maintain the quality of life we enjoy in the […]

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Fort HealthCare Lifts Restrictions on Elective and Outpatient Procedures

Fort HealthCare is lifting the temporary restrictions placed on elective surgery and outpatient procedures due to the COVID-19 virus. The decision follows the release of Governor Evers’ Badger Bounce Back plan for the state. The health system will schedule non-high risk patients for as soon as Monday, May 11.  “This is great news for patients […]

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Fort HealthCare Now Offering Video Visits

Fort HealthCare wants to ensure that patients have access to the care that they need in this time of stay-at-home regulation. While Fort HealthCare has remained open for essential in person clinic visits, we want to give patients various forms of access to connect with providers from the safety and convenience of their own home […]

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Fort HealthCare Partners Reflect on Years of Service During National Volunteer Week

As members of the Fort HealthCare Partners organization, Fort Memorial Hospital volunteers are an invaluable resource to the community and a vital part of any healthcare organization. Several important roles fulfilled by volunteers add a tremendous amount of value to Fort HealthCare’s services and directly influence positive patient and guest experiences. During National Volunteer Week, […]

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Fort HealthCare’s COVID-19 Hotline and Cloth Face Cover Guidance

**PLEASE READ: COVID-19 CLINIC SAFETY MEASURES** Fort HealthCare has established a COVID-19 Hotline at (920) 648-7696 for answers to your questions, to learn about virtual health (e+CARE) visits, our walk-in clinic, current hospital visitation guidelines, and more. In addition, Fort HealthCare has added guidance on wearing cloth face covers. Recently the State Department of Health […]

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Fort HealthCare’s Gratitude on Community Outreach

Fort HealthCare has been overwhelmed by the outreach of the community to want to help during this outbreak of COVID-19. We are continually monitoring supplies, and while we have all available personal protective equipment today, the situation may change. We do welcome donations of masks and other personal protective equipment, as well as hand sanitizer/wipes […]

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Fort HealthCare’s Safer at Home Stance

At Fort HealthCare, we’ve been working diligently to prepare for Coronavirus for several weeks. This extensive preparedness is in collaboration with numerous community and healthcare partners. These collaborative teams consist of intelligent, caring, resourceful and devoted caregivers and support teams. Our planning focuses on meeting the needs of a large influx in patients requiring advanced, […]

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Fort HealthCare Offers Temporary Non COVID-19 Walk-In Clinic

** PLEASE NOTE – THIS TEMPORARY WALK-IN CLINIC IS NO LONGER IN SERVICE ** To help control the potential spread of COVID-19 and meet the needs of our patients, Fort HealthCare is offering a temporary Walk-In Clinic. The Walk-In Clinic will provide non-emergent and non COVID-19 related services without an appointment and on a first […]

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Community Leaders Say “Stay Home”

Greater Jefferson county and surrounding community leaders and their staffs have been working diligently assessing and preparing for the potential of the COVID-19 (Coronavirus) spread to the greater Jefferson County through regular calls to update, communicate and collaborate. The group is working well and feels prepared to respond to community needs. The community leaders are […]

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Jefferson County has First Positive Case of COVID-19

Jefferson County has confirmed the first positive COVID-19 (Coronavirus) patient. The patient was tested at a facility outside of Jefferson County but is a resident of Jefferson County. The patient recently traveled domestically and is self-quarantined at home at this time and being monitored. Fort HealthCare has been preparing for the potential spread of COVID-19 […]

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