• Open Enrollment Workshops

    Need help enrolling on healthcare.gov? Free workshops with DCMC's Certified Application Counselors! Learn more

  • DirectCare

    Your quick, convenient and affordable treatment option for minor healthcare needs … Learn more

  • Download our new My DCMC App!

    My DCMC is designed to make it easy to connect with us ... Download now!

  • Sister Bay Clinic & Rehab Services

    Welcoming Clinic and Rehab patients at our Sister Bay location … Learn more

  • Lab Drive-Thru

    Fast, convenient, high-quality laboratory services all within the comfort of your own car. Learn more

  • Virtual Appointments

    Virtual Care is now available! Easy, convenient access to quality care, 7 days a week. … get care now!

Happening Now

Door County Medical Center provides expert care, close to home, with more than 175 physicians serving on the medical staff. By collaborating with other local organizations we can assure that the health of our community will be supported and continue to be a quality place to live, work and play.

Prioritizing Rural Health: Door County Community Health Needs Assessment

On Thursday, November 16, Door County Medical Center (DCMC) joined hospitals throughout the country to celebrate National Rural Health Day. This year, we are highlighting DCMC's collaboration with partners and stakeholders to address health care disparities through a Community Health Needs Assessment (CHNA).

Empowering Patients: What you Need to Know About the No Surprise Act

The No Surprise Act (NSA) is a federal law that protects consumers from unexpected, surprise, medical bills. To help patients better understand healthcare services and the cost of their care, price transparency requires all hospitals to provide a list of prices and services they offer to patients.

Beyond Heartburn: Recognizing the Signs of GERD

There is a reason most medicine cabinets include a bottle of Tums. According to the American College of Gastroenterology, an estimated 60 million Americans experience heartburn at least once a month. While it may seem like heartburn and acid reflux are minor grievances caused by "too much of the good stuff", they can signal a more serious underlying issue like gastrointestinal reflux disease (GERD).

Want to get an accurate estimate of your cost before scheduling an appointment?

When you enter some basic information about yourself and the services you need, we will generate a sample bill using historical data - and then we will apply your estimated insurance benefits as well.

Cost Estimator Billing & Insurance Information

Treating Stroke Fast

Door County Medical Center's Emergency Department can now treat stroke faster and more effectively thanks to Telestroke, a new state-of-the-art technology that connects stroke patients with highly skilled neurologists with the click of a button.

Healthy, Active Kids

Helping kids establish habits for a lifetime of good health starts at home, says pediatrician Amy Fogarty of Door County Medical Center. "That means a combination of healthy eating habits and activity, including 60 minutes per day of moderate to vigorous physical activity."

Door County Medical Center

Door County Medical Center is an award-winning critical access hospital, integrated with clinic and skilled nursing facility services, located in Door County, Wisconsin. For more than 70 years, Door County Medical Center has been the leader in health and wellness for Door and Kewaunee counties.

Change is Adventure

It’s time for a change. Imagine growing your career with an organization that cares and live where adventure is right outside your door.

Door County Medical Center is hiring. Start a new adventure today.

Learn more about career opportunities at DCMC 

Classes & Events

Door County Medical Center offers many classes and events that are open to the public. Our community involvements – including support for silent sporting events, arts and music events, afterschool programs, and youth sports make us the leader in community wellness for all ages.

Mobile App

My DCMC is a user-friendly app that enables patients to manage their health information with ease, access their medical history and view test results on their smartphones. The My DCMC app replaces the previous Patient Portal access app, MHealth.


Navigate your health records in our app for a smooth and streamlined user experience.


Communicate securely with your care team, track immunizations, allergies, conditions and more.


Our app will allow you to access health information from your smartphone or tablet.


Reference visit history information and forms, including discharge instructions.

My DCMC Mobile App
Our mobile app is available from the Apple App Store and the Google Play Store.

Patient Care

We offer primary care, family medicine and specialty care to patients of all ages. Our trusted team of Nurse Practitioners, Physicians, Physician Assistants, and nursing staff provide expert professional care in a state-of-the-art clinic. Clinics are located in Algoma, Sister Bay, Sturgeon Bay and Washington Island.

Angela Sherman

Testimonial from Angela Sherman

“I've had all three of my children in the Birthing Center at Door County Medical Center - one premature, one full-term and the last pre-term. The staff is always amazing, having put my fears to rest in delivering two babies before being term and offering personalized care that makes them feel like family. I feel so lucky to have such a wonderful resource so close to home and wouldn't deliver anywhere else.”

Maddie Schartner

Testimonial from Maddie Schartner

“The birthing center at DCMC was beyond wonderful to my husband Andrew and I during the birth of our first child, Francis. The nurses and doctors that tended to us during my induction and delivery were truly a godsend. If you are looking to expand your family, I would HIGHLY suggest utilizing the facilities at the women’s center and the birthing center at DCMC.”

Tom Wurm

Testimonial from Tom Wurm

“I had robotic-assisted laparoscopic Nissen fundoplication at DCMC Heartburn and Reflux Center. The whole team was very respectful and accommodating. The fact of the matter is I haven’t taken a prescription drug for my stomach since the surgery. I’ve taken antacid a few times, but I think everyone does that on occasion. I have not had a stomach problem since; they cured my illness.”