Committed to Excellence

Excellence in Patient Care, Employee Satisfaction, and Community Wellness

When care matters most, Spooner Health is here for you. From inpatient care to outpatient specialty and surgical services, infusion, diagnostic imaging, home care, wound care, swing bed, respiratory therapy, and rehabilitation services - we deliver people-centered care from people who care as a team.

Spooner Health is a 25-bed critical access hospital nestled in the gorgeous Northwoods community of Spooner, Wisconsin. Proud to call this area home, Spooner Health is committed to providing high-quality healthcare to our community. Delivering care comes naturally to a team who puts people first. Spooner Health was recently rated in the 95th percentile by its teammates for organizational pride, intent to stay, willingness to recommend and overall workplace satisfaction. Personalized care is delivered each day by providers and staff who understand that working together leads to better health outcomes for you and your family.

We offer a variety of services, including:

Your Neighbor in Health

Everyone needs a neighbor they can trust, someone to depend on. Deeply rooted in the Spooner community, Spooner Health’s goal is to ensure that, when you walk through our doors, you are always treated like a neighbor. From genuine smiles exchanged in the
hallway to providers who take the time to listen to you, our team is committed to serving you. We’ll make sure you receive high-quality care in a compassionate setting. With our commitment to excellence and passion for serving others, our goal is to support you on your own health journey. We’re proud to be your neighbor in health.

16th Annual Golf Outing

Proceeds benefit the Volunteers of Spooner Health Scholarship Fund.

Wednesday, July 31, 2024
Spooner Golf Club
1:00 pm Shotgun Start

 

Regain Your Confidence: Vein Treatment at Spooner Health

Painful, enlarged, or damaged veins can have a serious impact on overall well-being, health and self-esteem. If you've struggled with vein issues, it's time to discover the freedom and comfort that modern treatments provide.

Nicole Perkins, APNP Sclerotherapy Specialist, Dr. Phil Mofle, General Surgeon, and their expert team are well-trained in treating a wide range of vein conditions, including spider veins, varicose veins, and reticular veins.

Spring/Summer 2024

Inside this issue: Family-friendly Activities, Summer Safety, Patient Story: Caring for Plants, Caring for People, Services Spotlight, and more.

Spring/Summer 2024

Inside this issue: Family-friendly Activities, Summer Safety, Patient Story: Caring for Plants, Caring for People, Services Spotlight, and more.

Recent News:

2024 Volunteers of Spooner Health Scholarship Recipients

Mike Schafer, CEO of Spooner Health, representing both Spooner Health and the Volunteers of Spooner Health, presented two local students each with a $2,000 scholarship on Wednesday, May 15 during a ceremony at the Spooner High School. In addition, a non-traditional scholarship was also awarded. Formerly known as the Auxiliary, Volunteers of Spooner Health is…

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Spooner Health Hosts Career Exploration Program for Spooner Middle School Students

This spring Spooner Health invited Spooner Middle School students from the Out of School Time Club to experience a “behind the scenes” look at healthcare careers. Nine students from the after-school program joined their teacher over a period of nine weeks to learn about the incredible variety of healthcare career opportunities. Each week, the students…

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Jenna Green Named as Respiratory Therapy Director & Safety Officer for Spooner Health

There is a new face greeting patients in the Respiratory Therapy Department at Spooner Health. Jenna Green began her role as the Respiratory Therapy Director & Safety Officer in early February. A respiratory therapist with nearly 24 years of experience, Jenna completed her Respiratory Practitioner degree in La Crosse at Wisconsin Technical College, followed by…

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