Aspirus to Re-Open Nekoosa Clinic September 8

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For Nekoosa (OnFocus) – Aspirus Riverview Clinic Nekoosa will re-open on September 8. All services previously provided at the clinic will resume, including primary care with Dr. Craig Flinders and Physician Assistant Lindsay Maves, laboratory and imaging services, and physical and occupational therapy.

The clinic was temporarily closed in April to allow staff and providers to support operational and COVID-19 surge planning needs at other Aspirus locations.

“We are very happy to be re-opening our Nekoosa clinic, enabling our patients in the Nekoosa area to once again receive care closer to home,” said Chris Stines, president of Aspirus Riverview Hospital & Clinics. “Thank you to our patients for being so understanding and flexible during a time that required us to temporarily adjust our operations.”

As the Nekoosa clinic re-opens, it will do so using the same precautions as all other Aspirus locations to protect the health of patients, visitors and staff. Masks are required of everyone who enters the clinic, with the exception of children under 2 and those with conditions that prevent wearing a mask. Patients will also be asked if they have any symptoms commonly associated with COVID-19.

To schedule an appointment at Aspirus Riverview Clinic Nekoosa, please call 715.886.2100. The clinic is located at 1015 Angelus Drive in Nekoosa.

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