New Oconto Falls Clinic to Host Sept. 30 Open House

Larger facility features improved design, additional services

Bellin Health Oconto Falls will celebrate its new and improved location with an open house from 4-7 p.m. Wednesday, Sept. 30 at the clinic, 107 E. Highland Drive.
Attendees will have the opportunity to meet Bellin’s Oconto Falls providers and tour the 9,000-square-foot facility, which replaces the former clinic location at 833 Main St. They can also enter to win an autographed Jordy Nelson jersey.

The new clinic continues to offer internal medicine and family practice services, x-ray, lab, drug testing, DOT physicals and other employment- and school-related services, behavioral health and colonoscopy, among other services. The location also has introduced new services, including mobile unit mammography and bone densitometry, as well as orthopedics and physical therapy.

Crews broke ground on the new facility in March. It opened for business Aug. 24.

“We are so pleased to welcome the greater Oconto Falls community to our new, state-of-the-art facility,” said George Kerwin, president and CEO of Bellin Health. “Its modern design, expanded services and excellent providers are a clear illustration of our unwavering commitment to the residents of Oconto County and the larger region.”  

Providers at the Oconto Falls clinic include Dr. Lucy Canaday, Family Medicine; Dr. William J. Wittman, Internal Medicine; David Bell, Behavioral Health; Certified Physician Assistant Tracey BeFay, Family Medicine; Dr. James Spears, Orthopedics; and Dr. Thomas Sullivan, Orthopedics.

Wittman, BeFay, Bell and many of the clinic staff have been at the clinic since it opened in 1997 and at the former Artwich Clinic since 1985.