WAUSAU – Several Aspirus clinics are re-opening to patients after temporarily closing in April to allow staff and providers to support operational and COVID-19 surge planning needs at other Aspirus locations.
The following clinics will begin re-opening July 6:
- Adams Clinic
- Athens Clinic
- Birnamwood Clinic
- Crossroads Clinic (Oxford, Wisconsin)
- Crystal Falls Clinic
- Gilman Clinic
- Hurley Clinic
- Marathon Clinic
- Prentice Clinic
- Three Lakes Clinic
- Wittenberg Clinic
Re-opening dates may vary by clinic as staff and providers transition back to their previous locations. Patients will receive information related to these changes during scheduling, and through appointment reminders and other means.
“We are really excited to re-open these clinics and continue offering care to patients directly in their own communities,” said Matt Brewer, vice president of operations and chief nursing officer of Aspirus Medical Group.
As these clinics re-open, they will do so using the same precautions as all other Aspirus locations to protect the health of patients and staff. Masks are required of all patients and visitors, who also will receive a temperature check and be asked if they have any symptoms commonly associated with COVID-19.
Patients can schedule appointments by calling their local clinic and will be directed as appropriate.
All Aspirus locations also continue to seek cloth mask donations. These donations help preserve PPE supplies for health care workers and are welcomed by anyone willing to donate.