Fond Du Lac County Acute Psych Unit - Medicare Psychiatric in Fond Du Lac, WI

Fond Du Lac County Acute Psych Unit is a medicare enrolled Psychiatric in Fond Du Lac, Wisconsin. It is located at 459 E First St, Fond Du Lac, Wisconsin 54935. You can reach out to the office of Fond Du Lac County Acute Psych Unit via phone at (920) 929-3500.

The ownership type of Fond Du Lac County Acute Psych Unit is Government - Local and it provides emergency services (Emergency Room). The Medicare ID (also called CCN - CMS Certification Number) for Fond Du Lac County Acute Psych Unit is 524025.

Contact Information

Fond Du Lac County Acute Psych Unit
459 E First St, Fond Du Lac, Wisconsin 54935
(920) 929-3500
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Hospital Profile

NameFond Du Lac County Acute Psych Unit
TypePsychiatric
Location459 E First St, Fond Du Lac, Wisconsin
OwnershipGovernment - Local
Emergency ServicesYes
Medicare ID (CCN)524025

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Hospitals in Fond Du Lac, WI

St Agnes Hospital
Acute Care Hospital
Location: 430 E Division St, Fond Du Lac, Wisconsin 54935
Phone: (920) 929-2300    
Fond Du Lac County Acute Psych Unit
Psychiatric
Location: 459 E First St, Fond Du Lac, Wisconsin 54935
Phone: (920) 929-3500    

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