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HSHS St. Vincent Hospital Cancer Centers at Door County Cancer Center is pleased to announce a $3,800 grant from the Door County Community Foundation to help purchase state-of-the-art recliners that will enhance the comfort of patients receiving cancer treatment.

Common Ground Healthcare Cooperative (CGHC) and Door County Medical Center (DCMC) have announced that they be partnering starting in 2018 to serve the health and insurance needs of Door and Kewaunee County residents.  

Door County Medical Center’s team of certified athletic trainers support Door County high school athletes with fulltime trainers onsite at all four Door County schools and are present at each high-contact home high school athletic event. 

The Wisconsin Hospital Association’s (WHA) foundation has announced that the Door County Medical Center (DCMC) Dental Clinic is a recipient of the WHA Foundation’s 2017 Global Vision Community Partnership Award.


3D Mammography technology allows for earlier diagnoses of breast cancer resulting in fewer cancers missed, less invasive treatments and a reduced callback rate.

A new opportunity for DCMC nurses looking to pursue an advanced degree.

DCMC Skilled Nursing Facility consistently receives Five-Star rating from Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS).

The Door County Medical Center received a grant from the R. Bruce and Alyce Kopseker Trust Fund of the Greater Green Bay Community Foundation for the Dementia Capable Door County Project.

Dr. Philip Arnold will return to serving patients at Door County Medical Center starting June 13, 2017.

On Wednesday, April 19, more than 40 people attended a flag raising at Door County Medical Center (DCMC) to honor National Donate Life Month. 

Door County Medical Center (DCMC) was recognized with ten distinct Excellence in Healthcare Awards for its emergency, inpatient and outpatient services by national healthcare research leader Professional Research Consultants, Inc. (PRC). 

Door County Medical Center partners with Prevea Behavioral Health to expand psychiatric services in our community.

Telestroke technology connects stroke patients and on-site emergency department physicians with board-certified neurologists.

Dr. Reisner to provide Family Medicine services at Door County Medical Center-Algoma Clinic beginning February 7, 2017.

Molina Marketplace and Medicaid members in Door and Kewaunee county can continue to receive services at DCMC hospital, Clinics and Urgent Care.

Door County Medical Center (DCMC) and Hospital Sisters Health System (HSHS) announced that today marks the beginning of DCMC’s official transition from its affiliation with Ascension Ministry Health Care to its partnership with HSHS.

Door County Medical Center will offer four workshops on the topic of menopause, starting with “Menopause Mania” on Wednesday, November 2, presented by Charles Shutt, MD Obstetrics and Gynecology.

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(920) 746-3712

Erin Shortall
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(920) 746-3547
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