Door County Medical Center is pleased to announce its plan to build a new Clinic and Rehab Services facility in Sister Bay. The plan received preliminary approval at the Sister Bay Planning Commission meeting on September 28. The site for the new DCMC clinic and rehab facility is located near the intersection of Highway 57 and Canterbury Lane.
The new Clinic & Rehab Facility building plan features enough space to house 5 full-time clinicians with additional space for rotating specialty clinicians to serve the needs of Northern Door patients. This new space will also integrate Behavioral Health and Telehealth services. Rehab patients will enjoy an enlarged gym space as well as the inclusion of additional therapy rooms to allow for flexible programming. A retail pharmacy space will be incorporated as a matter of convenience for patients.
The design of the new clinic focuses on functional and natural elements that meet the needs of the Northern Door population and brings the beauty of Door County into the two-story building. The designers also consciously designed the building to complement the architectural look and feel of Sister Bay.
Brian Stephens, Door County Medical Center CEO shared that the Northern Door market is the fastest growing market for clinic and rehab services in DCMC’s service area, which includes all of Door County and northern Kewaunee County.
A groundbreaking is planned for later this Fall. The project timeline estimates construction will complete by November 2022. Staff from DCMC’s Fish Creek Clinic location as well as the current Sister Bay Rehab location will relocate to this new facility upon completion.
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