Medicare Hospitals in Wisconsin - Ratings, Address, Contact

126 hospitals found. Showing 1 - 20
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Oakleaf Surgical Hospital
Acute Care Hospital (Medicare Certified)
Location: 1000 Oakleaf Way, Altoona, Wisconsin 54720
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   Phone: (715) 831-8130    
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Amery Hospital & Clinic
Critical Access Hospital (Medicare Certified)
Location: 265 Griffin Street East, Amery, Wisconsin 54001
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   Phone: (715) 268-0300    
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Aspirus Langlade Hospital
Critical Access Hospital (Medicare Certified)
Location: 112 E Fifth Ave, Antigo, Wisconsin 54409
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   Phone: (715) 623-2331    
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Ascension Ne Wisconsin St Elizabeth Hospital
Acute Care Hospital (Medicare Certified)
Location: 1506 S Oneida St, Appleton, Wisconsin 54915
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   Phone: (920) 738-2000    
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Thedacare Regional Medical Center - Appleton Inc
Acute Care Hospital (Medicare Certified)
Location: 1818 N Meade St, Appleton, Wisconsin 54911
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   Phone: (920) 731-4101    
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Memorial Medical Center
Critical Access Hospital (Medicare Certified)
Location: 1615 Maple Lane, Ashland, Wisconsin 54806
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   Phone: (715) 685-5500    
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Western Wisconsin Health
Critical Access Hospital (Medicare Certified)
Location: 1100 Bergslien St, Baldwin, Wisconsin 54002
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NA   Phone: (715) 684-1111    
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Ssm Health St Clare Hospital - Baraboo
Acute Care Hospital (Medicare Certified)
Location: 707 14th St, Baraboo, Wisconsin 53913
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   Phone: (608) 356-1400    
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Mayo Clinic Health System-northland
Critical Access Hospital (Medicare Certified)
Location: 1222 E Woodland Ave, Barron, Wisconsin 54812
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   Phone: (715) 537-3186    
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Beaver Dam Community Hospital
Acute Care Hospital (Medicare Certified)
Location: 707 S University Ave, Beaver Dam, Wisconsin 53916
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   Phone: (920) 887-7181    
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Beloit Memorial Hospital
Acute Care Hospital (Medicare Certified)
Location: 1969 W Hart Rd, Beloit, Wisconsin 53511
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   Phone: (608) 364-5011    
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Thedacare Medical Center - Berlin Inc
Critical Access Hospital (Medicare Certified)
Location: 225 Memorial Drive, Berlin, Wisconsin 54923
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   Phone: (920) 361-1313    
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Black River Memorial Hospital
Critical Access Hospital (Medicare Certified)
Location: 711 W Adams St, Black River Falls, Wisconsin 54615
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   Phone: (715) 284-5361    
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Mayo Clinic Health System-chippewa Valley
Critical Access Hospital (Medicare Certified)
Location: 1501 Thompson St, Bloomer, Wisconsin 54724
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NA   Phone: (715) 568-2000    
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Gundersen Boscobel Area Hospital And Clinics
Critical Access Hospital (Medicare Certified)
Location: 205 Parker St, Boscobel, Wisconsin 53805
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   Phone: (608) 375-4112    
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Aurora Memorial Hospital Burlington
Acute Care Hospital (Medicare Certified)
Location: 252 Mchenry St, Burlington, Wisconsin 53105
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   Phone: (262) 767-6545    
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Ascension Calumet Hospital
Critical Access Hospital (Medicare Certified)
Location: 614 Memorial Drive, Chilton, Wisconsin 53014
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NA   Phone: (920) 849-2386    
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St Josephs Hospital
Acute Care Hospital (Medicare Certified)
Location: 2661 County Hwy I, Chippewa Falls, Wisconsin 54729
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   Phone: (715) 717-7200    
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Columbus Community Hospital
Critical Access Hospital (Medicare Certified)
Location: 1515 Park Ave, Columbus, Wisconsin 53925
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   Phone: (920) 623-2200    
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Cumberland Memorial Hospital
Critical Access Hospital (Medicare Certified)
Location: 1110 7th Avenue, Cumberland, Wisconsin 54829
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NA   Phone: (715) 822-2741    

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