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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Ear, Nose & Throat Clinic Relocates

The staff at Fort HealthCare Ear, Nose & Throat in Fort Atkinson have recently relocated to expanded space two blocks away at 512 Wilcox Street. This move includes the services of Fort HealthCare Audiologist, Lori Fish, as well.

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Free Mammogram Campaign Benefits Community

Fort HealthCare nurses, physicians and staff from all departments work diligently to provide exceptional care to our patients and also contribute selflessly to a variety of community causes and events.   One such activity that provided great benefit to members of our community was the recent mammography campaign where Fort HealthCare offered free or reduced cost […]

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Wisconsin DOT CDL Compliance Seminar

Mandatory drug and alcohol training seminar for supervisors and owner/operators of commercial motor vehicles on Wednesday, May 20 from 8:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. in the Fort Memorial Hospital Auditorium...

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Latest information on Swine Flu

Fort HealthCare is your local source for information on the Swine Flu situation.

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National Athletic Training Month

March is the ninth annual National Athletic Training Month. This year's theme is Healthcare for Life and Sport.

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Fort HealthCare Caregiver Respite Program Available

The Reaching Out Respite program in Lake Mills has openings for new guests each week. Reaching Out is a collaborative effort between Fort HealthCare, area churches and local volunteers. The program's purpose is to offer companionship and social activities for adults while providing up to six hours of respite for full-time caregivers.

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Fort HealthCare announces expanded role for medical director

Fort HealthCare has announced that Edwin Fischer, M.D. has been appointed medical director for all of Fort HealthCare and its subsidiary organizations.

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Relief for Incontinence

Millions of Americans suffer from urinary incontinence, or lack of bladder control. Though urinary incontinence can be embarrassing, the condition is treatable. In many cases, it can even be cured. Fort HealthCare's new Continence Care Program is a cooperative effort between Fort HealthCare's Center for Women's Health, Fort HealthCare Urology Associates and Fort HealthCare Therapy & Sports Center, and offers a respectful, dignified, and comprehensive approach to the treatment of bladder problems in both men and women.

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Fort HealthCare welcomes Johnson and Schmeling to board of directors

Michael Wallace, President & CEO of Fort HealthCare recently announced that Dean T. Johnson of Fort Atkinson and Sharon Schmeling of Jefferson have been appointed to the Fort HealthCare board of directors.

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Fort HealthCare Advertising Campaign Named Best in Wisconsin HealthCare Marketing

Fort HealthCare's Marketing Services department has been awarded seven prestigious Wisconsin HealthCare Public Relations & Marketing Society Awards.

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