Your drive to get care from Door County Medical Center clinicians will be getting shorter in the future. Steel frames are adding to the Sister Bay skyline as work continues on a new clinic and rehab services facility after hospital officials and their construction partners broke ground on the project in November. The new space, which will replace its current facility in Fish Creek when it is completed, will offer room for five on-site clinicians, a rotating crew of specialists downstairs, and a revamped space for rehabilitation patients upstairs. President and CEO Brian Stephens is looking forward to bringing some much-needed services closer to residents and visitors in northern Door County.
Stephens is also excited that something’s coming to Sturgeon Bay’s west side as DCMC continues to plan for a new express clinic. The new facility will be one of three other tenants taking the place of the now-shuttered Woldt’s Corner building. Stephens thinks some of the innovations being planned for the project dubbed internally as “West Side Story” are really cool.
While the Sister Bay clinic is on target to be completed in spring 2023, Stephens says the west side clinic will be a little further out.