The Door County Medical Center Auxiliary provides opportunities for fulfilling and rewarding volunteer experiences at Door County Medical Center, and organizes fundraising events to support the health care needs of our community.
Door County Medical Center’s Emergency Department is a state-of-the-art facility staffed by experienced, caring doctors and nurses with immediate access to all other facets of our facility, including lab, diagnostic imaging, orthopedics, specialists, social workers and more.
Door County Medical Center is continuously listed as a U.S. top 20 critical access hospital. In a life-threatening situation trusted, award-winning emergency care is as close as Sturgeon Bay.
Should you choose DirectCare, Urgent Care or the Emergency Room? When choosing which facility to visit, consider the guidelines below.
Walk in or reserve your spot online for convenient same-day, in-person care. DirectCare is for anyone over 12 months old.
Learn more about DirectCare
Conditions requiring immediate care, but that are not life-threatening:
Learn more about Urgent Care
Conditions requiring immediate care, that are life or limb-threatening:
During a stroke, an estimated two million brain cells die per minute. The faster a stroke patient is evaluated and treated, the better his or her outcome and recovery will be.
Door County Medical Center’s Emergency Department can treat stroke patients 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.
Prenatal Breastfeeding Class
3/5/2024 5:30:00 PM
3/9/2024 8:00:00 AM