The Marshfield Clinic Health System will construct a more than 48,000 square foot hospital attached to its existing clinic in Stevens Point, WI—in central Wisconsin. Offering a full spectrum of cancer care, the Health System’s Stevens Point Center offers adult and pediatric and primary and specialty care, urgent care, lab and optimal. This expanded hospital campus will include 12 inpatient rooms, a surgical suite with operating rooms, emergency department, imaging and laboratory space. Since 2013, Marshfield Clinic has continued to expand services for this part of Wisconsin, including offering access to clinical research as a care option, allowing access to dozens of advanced cancer-related clinical trials.
The Marshfield Clinic Health System (MCHS)
Marshfield Clinic Health System is an integrated health system serving Wisconsin with over 10,000 employees, including more than 1,200 providers comprising 90 specialties, a health plan, and research and education programs.
Research at the MCHS
For residents in this part of central Wisconsin, MCHS offers a range of research as a care option in the form of relevant and targeted clinical trials via the Cancer Care and Research section.
Thankfully, MCHS centers have been kept open during the pandemic. In some parts of the world, cancer patients have struggled due to COVID-19 shutdowns. MCHS maintains multiple centers.