Door County Medical Center

Door County Medical Center Door County Medical Center (DCMC) is a fully accredited, acute-care hospital and outpatient medical center located in Sturgeon Bay, WI. We offer primary care, family medicine and specialty services, with clinics in Algoma, Fish Creek & Washington Island.
(65)

Door County Medical Center (DCMC) is an award-winning critical access hospital located in Door County, Wisconsin. For more than 70 years, DCMC has been the leader in health and wellness for Door and Kewaunee counties. Our hospital and outpatient medical center provide a wide range of specialties, including the Women’s and Children’s Center, the Bone and Joint Center of Door County, the Door County Cancer Center, a skilled nursing facility, a rehabilitation services department, and North Shore Medical Clinic. With its main campus in Sturgeon Bay and satellite clinics and rehabilitation services facilities in four smaller communities, DCMC provides expert care, close to home. More than 175 physicians serve on the medical staff.

Operating as usual

10/23/2020
www.co.door.wi.gov

This is a reminder that the Wisconsin National Guard will be offering free COVID-19 testing for the community on a recurring basis, alternating each week in Sturgeon Bay and Sister Bay. Testing will occur this Monday, October 26th at the Sturgeon Bay Fire Station on 421 Michigan Street from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. For more information, visit the Door County Public Health website.

Top-notch medical care is often equated with the nation's urban centers, and it is undoubtedly true that some of the fin...
10/23/2020
Door County Medical Center Experiences: Brian, Molly and Jack

Top-notch medical care is often equated with the nation's urban centers, and it is undoubtedly true that some of the finest healthcare and research facilities in the world are located in America's cities. What is also true is that some of the best hospitals can be found in rural America. Here's a story about Brian, Molly and Jack.

Top-notch medical care is often equated with the nation's urban centers, and it is undoubtedly true that some of the finest healthcare and research facilities in the world are located in America's cities. What is also true is that some of the best hospitals can be found in rural America. Here's a st...

10/23/2020

The Health Informatics Supervisor is concerned with data and information used to deliver health care services by clinicians and improve patient ability to monitor and maintain their own health. Informatics includes a wide range of topics ranging from clinical decision support to visual images (e.g. radiological, pathological, dermatological, ophthalmological, etc); from clinical documentation to provider order entry; and from system design to system implementation and adoption issues.

This position is engaged across the continuum of care including but not limited to the interoperability (communication between systems and markets) such as Direct Secure messaging, Telehealth, Imaging and other similar applications. This position also serves as a link and resources with the Revenue Cycle processes. Information integrity and participation in data governance structures plays a key role in the position. Provides support to designated clinical Super-users’ to ensure smooth operation of clinical applications.

Required Skills:

· Ability to positively motivate non-subordinate department personnel to desired actions in meeting project goals and time frames.

· Uses EMR/EHR software system to setup, enter, process, retrieve and analyze information and solve problems

· Supports information reporting needs, meaningful use, quality and other similar programs as directed

· Works well under stress and tight schedules and remains flexible to changing systems and processes

· Updates application databases and dictionaries as needed

· Works with other healthcare team members as necessary to ensure systems are optimized and adopted by end users

· Works with IT staff to help resolve technology related problems including hardware and network problems impacting clinical applications

· Engaged in internal EMR change management processes and represents the organization at vendor related meetings/calls.

· Analyzes and evaluates existing or proposed clinical/operational data requirements for patient and client reporting and proposes system developments to support the reports. Works with Reporting team to ensure proper system design to facilitate data capture (ie: Informatics/data integrity)

Shift: Working 40 hours a week.

DCMC offers a competitive wage and benefit package including health, dental, life insurance, long-term disability, retirement plan, continuing education and more.

DCMC is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Location: 323 S. 18th Avenue, Sturgeon Bay, WI 54235 (920) 746-3702

Apply at > https://www.dcmedical.org/careers

Applications must be submitted via dcmedical.org. Applications submitted via Facebook "Apply Now" cannot be considered. Thank you for understanding.

At Door County Medical Center, we appreciate your concerns about Covid testing and billing. As you can imagine, this has...
10/22/2020

At Door County Medical Center, we appreciate your concerns about Covid testing and billing. As you can imagine, this has been an ever changing situation for us over the past 6 months. Currently, we do bill patient insurance for all testing performed at our Covid testing site. You will be asked for your insurance information when you complete our online screening form, and if you are uninsured we have a federal grant that will cover the testing. If you are receiving a bill, please call our billing office at (920) 746-3502 and provide us with your insurance information. Your insurance should pay for this testing in full. Thanks for your help!

Door County Medical Center’s remaining flu clinics will take place as previously scheduled. Fox 11 News incorrectly repo...
10/22/2020

Door County Medical Center’s remaining flu clinics will take place as previously scheduled. Fox 11 News incorrectly reported that the clinics were cancelled. We only had to cancel the October 20th clinic because we did not receive our shipment of the vaccine in time. Yesterday, October 21st we received a portion of our previously reserved influenza vaccine and we will have enough to accommodate the scheduled patients. If you do not have an appointment currently scheduled at one of our flu clinics but wish to receive a flu vaccine, please contact (920) 746-0510 to be placed on our waitlist.

Door County Medical Center welcomes Mollie Petersen, PA-C to the Door County Medical Center surgical team! Mollie receiv...
10/21/2020

Door County Medical Center welcomes Mollie Petersen, PA-C to the Door County Medical Center surgical team!

Mollie received both her Bachelor of Science in Biomedical Sciences and Master of Physician Assistant Studies at Marquette University in Milwaukee.

Most recently, Mollie served as a surgical Physician Assistant at the Marshfield Clinic in Minocqua, WI since 2011. She became familiar with serving pre- and post-operative patients in in-patient and clinical care in a rural environment. Her experience with DaVinci Robotic Surgery will serve her well at Door County Medical Center.

Originally from Door County, Mollie is committed to patient-centered care and attention to detail. In 2006, she was the recipient of the Door County Medical Center Auxiliary Scholarship.

Mollie says, “I’m excited to bring my family back to my hometown. We are looking forward to hiking, biking and cross country skiing. Hope to see you on the trails!”

She is currently taking appointments. If you are considering surgery, call 920-746-1060 to schedule an appointment.

10/20/2020
October is National Bullying Prevention Month

October is National Bullying Prevention Month. Talk to your kids about ways they can help stomp out bullying:

- Encourage them to make friends with someone you don’t know at school

- Tell them what to do if they see someone being bullied: be brave and stand up for them (but if you don’t feel safe, get the help of an adult)

- Encourage them to not let anyone eat alone

- Talk about the fact that it's okay to be different and it's not okay to make fun of or harass someone if they are different

- Teach tolerance, kindness and acceptance

If someone in your family has been the victim of bullying (or if you are concerned they are being a bully), consider reaching out to Door County Medical Center’s Behavioral Health professionals at (920) 746-0510.

10/19/2020

Dr. Jim Heise, DCMC Chief Medical Officer, and Susan Powers, Public Health Manager/Health Officer of Door County Public Health are LIVE for a conversation about COVID-19. They will share the most recent news on what is happening in our community and address viewers questions and concerns.

Additional Resources >

Door County Medical Center COVID-19 Online Information Center: https://www.dcmedical.org/coronavirus

Wisconsin Department of Health Services: https://www.dhs.wisconsin.gov/covid-19/index.htm

Door County Public Health: https://www.co.door.wi.gov/909/Situation-Update-October-19-2020

CDC: https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-nCoV/index.html

10/19/2020

We apologize for the inconvenience... We are unable to get our FaceBook live to function properly. We are currently recording a video update and will post soon! Thank you!

10/19/2020

We are experiencing technical difficulties for tonight's FaceBook live... please stay tuned!

10/19/2020

Door County Medical Center is looking for a Pediatrician!

Door County Medical Center is located 45 minutes Northeast of Green Bay; this outdoor paradise offers a safe and welcoming community, lower cost of living than the national average, exceptional schools, and an abundance of outdoor recreation year-round.

Postion Details:

-Candidate must be a leader in community wellness for all ages

-Support school nursing programs in local public schools, as well as occupational and physical therapy and sports medicine, and partner with local employers through occupational health services and the Personal Health Team Program

-Door County Medical Center takes part in a myriad of community involvements, including support for silent sporting events, arts and music events, after-school programs, and youth sports

-Autonomy and collegial environment

-Mentorship for new graduates

-Student loan repayment

-One assistant per provider; one RN per team

-Must have NRP and ACLS certifications

Door County Medical Center is proud to sponsor this safe event for all to enjoy! Click the link for more info:
10/19/2020
The Good Sense Series: DCA At The Drive-In

Door County Medical Center is proud to sponsor this safe event for all to enjoy! Click the link for more info:

Ticket Sales Information Due to COVID-19, DCA’s 2020 events have moved or will be moving to future dates. Read more here. Box Office Hours: Monday – Friday, 12 – 5 pm; Show Days, 12 noon – show time Phone: (920) 868-2728; Fax: (920) 868-2590 DCA 2020/Winter 2021 Social Distancing Seating Cha...

If isolation isn’t an option, consider the risks before going out. Please do what you can to keep our community safe.
10/17/2020

If isolation isn’t an option, consider the risks before going out. Please do what you can to keep our community safe.

The national influenza vaccination supply is in short supply, resulting in Flu Clinic cancellation at Door County Medica...
10/16/2020
Home

The national influenza vaccination supply is in short supply, resulting in Flu Clinic cancellation at Door County Medical Center (DCMC).

Due to overwhelming demand across the United States, the influenza vaccine supply at DCMC is near depletion. While there are additional doses on order, the shipment is not guaranteed when supplies are so greatly limited. DCMC leadership is actively working to secure more doses to be shipped to the facility, however this shortage is affecting the entire country, and this will negatively affect access to what minimal supplies are available. Therefore, the Flu Clinic scheduled for Tuesday, October 20 is cancelled. The supply situation will be assessed early next week to determine the status of the future scheduled clinics.

Flu vaccine pre-orders take place in January and are placed with multiple vendors to try to ensure that optimal dosages arrive at DCMC. However, this was a time prior to COVID-19 affecting the United States. The demand for flu vaccinations nationwide has skyrocketed given the dire situation the pandemic has placed upon us.

Local pharmacies may have doses of flu vaccination available; however, the strong demand may cause them to run out as well. If you can find a source for the flu shot, it is advised that you take that opportunity to receive your vaccination.

Please stay tuned to www.dcmedical.org and its social media channels for the latest updates in flu vaccinations.

Door County Medical Center is an award-winning critical access hospital located in Door County, Wisconsin. For more than 70 years, we have been the leader in health and wellness for Door county and Kewaunee county. Our hospital and outpatient medical center provide a wide range of specialties.

10/16/2020

Responsible for comprehensive goal-oriented care of patients as directed by physician orders; this includes patient assessment, nursing diagnosis, care planning, implementation, intervention, and evaluation of treatment.

Education Required: Graduate of an approved school of nursing, BSN preferred, Current license to practice as a Registered Professional Nurse in the State of Wisconsin.

Related Years of Experience Required: Surgical experience preferred, two years of Medical/Surgical experience required.

Credential/Licensure Required: CPR Certification; ACLS Certification from an approved American Heart Association within 6 months of hire.

Shift: Working 32 hours a week, call rotation. This position will work primarily in the Operating Room and cross-train to the PACU/OPSU.

DCMC offers a competitive wage and benefit package including health, dental, life insurance, long-term disability, retirement plan, continuing education and more.

DCMC is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Location: 323 S. 18th Avenue, Sturgeon Bay, WI 54235 (920) 746-3702

Apply at > https://www.dcmedical.org/careers

Applications must be submitted via dcmedical.org. Applications submitted via Facebook "Apply Now" cannot be considered. Thank you for understanding.

10/16/2020

DCMC is hiring a Certified Medical Assistant/Licensed Practical Nurse.

Job Description:

This position is involved in patient care within our Clinic Services in our Sturgeon Bay or Fish Creek locations. The LPN/CMA will provide primary health care services to patients; assist with various procedures such as laceration repair, lesion removals, dressing changes, and physical exams. Will also assure that physicians' patient schedule flows smoothly and efficiently on a daily basis.

Minimum Education Required: Must be a Licensed Practical Nurse, with current WI license, or Credentialed Medical Assistant

Minimum Related Years of Experience (per minimum education) Required: One-year related experience preferred.

Shift: Working 32 hours a week in Clinic Services.

DCMC is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

323 S. 18th Avenue, Sturgeon Bay, WI 54235
(920) 746-3702

Apply at: www.dcmedical.org

Applications must be submitted via dcmedical.org. Applications submitted via Facebook "Apply Now" cannot be considered. Thank you for understanding!

10/16/2020

Door County Medical Center is hiring a Registered Nurse to work in Emergency Services.

RN Duties: Coordinate and administer quality patient and family care that is compassionate, holistic, respectful and value-driven; possess confident communication skills and act as a patient advocate. The RN utilizes the nursing process to perform an assessment of the patient’s physical, psychosocial and spiritual needs; planning, development and implementation of a multi-disciplinary plan of care; and evaluation of the patient’s response to care. The RN will strive to excel in skill performance, personal growth and professional excellence.

Education Required: Graduate of an approved school of nursing, BSN preferred.

Related Years of Experience Required: Emergency Services is preferred although work experience requirements allow for individual manager/director flexibility recognizing such factors as: work experience in the medical field prior to obtaining RN license (i.e. CNA), the experience level of current unit staff, and interest, motivation, and commitment of applicant.

Credential/Licensure Required: Advanced Cardiac Life Support (ACLS) within 6 months of employment; Trauma Nurse Core Curriculum (TNCC) or Advanced Trauma Life Support (ATLS) within one year of employment; Pediatric Course encouraged; ENPC or PALS.

Shift: Working 30 hours a week, rotating weekends and holidays.

DCMC offers a competitive wage and benefit package including health, dental, life insurance, long-term disability, retirement plan, continuing education and more.

DCMC is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

323 S. 18th Avenue, Sturgeon Bay, WI 54235
(920) 746-3702

Apply at: www.dcmedical.org

Applications must be submitted via dcmedical.org. Applications submitted via Facebook "Apply Now" cannot be considered. Thank you for understanding.

10/16/2020

Respiratory Care is defined as a health care specialty under medical direction in the assessment, treatment, management, control, diagnostic evaluation, and care of patients of various age groups with deficiencies and abnormalities of the cardiopulmonary system.

Education: Minimum - Graduate of accredited program in Respiratory Care
Experience: Must have two years’ experience.
Certification: Respiratory Care Certification; CPR

Shift: Working as 24 hours a week on the night shift, with rotating weekends.

DCMC offers a competitive wage and benefit package including health, dental, life insurance, long-term disability, retirement plan, continuing education and more.

DCMC is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Location: 323 S. 18th Avenue, Sturgeon Bay, WI 54235 (920) 746-3702

Apply at > https://www.dcmedical.org/careers

Applications must be submitted via dcmedical.org. Applications submitted via Facebook "Apply Now" cannot be considered. Thank you for understanding.

10/15/2020
COVID-19 Impact and Actions

At Door County Medical Center, we are urging you to take COVID-19 seriously. The decisions you make today have the potential to impact many, many lives tomorrow. The only way to beat the pandemic is to take more responsibility for our actions. Limit your interaction with others, and when you are in public, please wear a mask. It is the responsibility of us all to get the pandemic under control. We can do this together.

10/14/2020
National PT Month

Happy National Physical Therapy month to all of our talented providers in Door County Medical Center (DCMC) Rehabilitation Services!

DCMC has an exceptional team of over 30 Physical Trainers and and PTAs providing therapy services across the county in our outpatient rehab clinics, through home health, in the hospital, skilled nursing facilities, businesses, schools and in other outreach throughout the community. Did you know our providers also offer a number of specialized treatments including dry-needling, pelvic health, vestibular therapy, lymphedema care, and much, much more? Many insurances allow direct access to our services, meaning you may not need a referral from your physician in order to schedule a therapy evaluation. Learn more at www.dcmedical.org/medical-services/rehab-services.

Address

323 S 18th Ave
Sturgeon Bay, WI
54235

Telephone

+19207435566

Website

Alerts

Be the first to know and let us send you an email when Door County Medical Center posts news and promotions. Your email address will not be used for any other purpose, and you can unsubscribe at any time.

Videos

Category


Other Public Services in Sturgeon Bay

Show All

Comments

COVID - 19 Update Live streaming 🔴𝕃𝕀𝕍𝔼✅👉 https://rentry.co/536yd 🔴𝕃𝕀𝕍𝔼✅👉 https://rentry.co/536yd
COVID - 19 Update Live streaming 🔴𝕃𝕀𝕍𝔼✅👉 https://rentry.co/536yd 🔴𝕃𝕀𝕍𝔼✅👉 https://rentry.co/536yd
Just curious, if the Kids were wearing masks at school, how did the virus spread?
Watch LIVE Update on COVID - 19 In Our Community Live Online 🔴Click Here👉 https://rentry.co/xe587p 🔴Click Here👉 https://rentry.co/xe587p
Massage services are available two days a week at the Door County Medical Center Sister Bay Rehab location from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Book your massage now with Tony Speer or Devin Soukup!
Madeline Shortall of Brussels knows what she’s got to do to protect her community from COVID-19 and other harmful viruses. Be like Madeline.
Today we honor the social and economic achievements of American workers. As you celebrate, let’s do our part to keep all workers safe: Remember to practice social distancing and to wear a mask.
Schools are starting back up across the country and, for places where school has been in session for two or more weeks, cases of COVID-19 are on the rise. It’s more important now, more than ever, that individuals are diligent about wearing masks in any public places. It may feel inconvenient, but this simple act can protect our community from the virus.
I just wanted to thank DCMC and the Fish Creek Clinic for the excellent treatment I received days ago and today during my surgical stay at the hospital. From the pre-op phone calls to the nurses (Jackie, Wendy, Kurt, and Cindy), and the doctors. You make the decision to have treatment in Door County instead of Green Bay easy. Words can not express how grateful I feel for having a great hospital and staff here in Door County. Thank you and your families for being Gods front line workers.
Ok Door County Memorial! Ok Door County Public Health!!! Wtf!!!! So yesterday, a popular local business did the RIGHT thing by posting that they were closing their doors because an employee who tested positive for covid. They also did the RIGHT thing when they said the other employees would be tested. So this morning, someone close to me, who is a regular at this business, called the hospital, asking for an appointment to get tested. This person would be considered compromised. (No judgements please). And they refused to test this person, because they had no symptoms. Said they hadn’t even heard about the employee who tested positive. Now, regardless of whether they had yet been notified, why are they refusing to test people. And what about the other employees who worked around the positive one. They may not be showing symptoms yet either, so I imagine they will also be denied. What is really going on when our residents do the RIGHT thing, yet are sent home, turned away. WTF!!!!!!
And today Cynthia's friend Karen [around 70 years old died from Covid-19 in the Sturgeon Bay hospital. She was on a ventilator and medically induced comma for a week. And she was improving. They brought her out of the comma and removed the vent 4 days ago. Her oxygen levels kept falling. Not enough oxygen levels in the blood. She was in pretty good health until this. Rode her bicycle a lot with her husband all over town. Her husband tested positive but shows no symptoms and is doing fine. I think all will get it and some will die.