In response to COVID-19 and the potential for community spread, several ThedaCare clinics have either temporarily closed, been repurposed or transitioned to appointment only...
NEENAH, Wis. – For more than one year, Wisconsin has journeyed through the COVID-19 pandemic. During the initial response to the virus, ThedaCare implemented heightened visitor restrictions to continue caring for our communities, while minimizing the potential for exposure.
NEENAH, Wis. – As more community members become eligible to receive a COVID-19 vaccine, ThedaCare remains committed to providing the most current and accurate information regarding eligibility, available doses, scheduling access and answers to frequently asked questions.
The National Weather Service is predicting a winter storm will arrive in our region overnight, bringing freezing rain, sleet, heavy snow and gusty winds. Dangerously cold
ThedaCare is adding new locations to provide testing access in northeast and central Wisconsin
ThedaCare is pleased to share that the health care system has received its first shipment of the coronavirus (COVID-19) vaccine from Moderna. Federal and state authorities call for health care personnel to be offered vaccines in the first phase of the program, starting with hospital workers, emergency responders and long-term care staff.
ThedaCare is pleased to announce the creation of an additional mobile testing unit to ensure access to COVID-19 testing in Northeast and Central Wisconsin.
NEENAH, Wis. – In an effort to expand access to testing for those living in Northeast and Central Wisconsin, the U.S. Surgeon General, ThedaCare, Sen. Roger Roth and...
As we approach the start of flu season this fall, many people who become ill may be unsure whether they have the flu or COVID-19, the disease caused by the...