Bellin Health Communities
At Bellin, we’re a big believer in fostering growth in communities. That’s why we offer services in a number of areas throughout Central and Northern Wisconsin, as well as the Upper Peninsula of Michigan. Finding the location closest to you is simple!
Central - Northeastern Wisconsin
Known worldwide for contributions to industry and agriculture, Green Bay is most recognized as the home of the legendary Green Bay Packers. Founded in 1919, the 13-time National Champion Green Bay Packers are the only professional sports franchise to be owned by its fans. The community is known as "Titletown".
Residents who move away for education, military service or other pursuits often return home for the quality of life, family-friendly values, strong business community, and unmatched outdoor recreation opportunities - not to mention the area's contagious spirit and personality.
Northern - Northeastern Wisconsin
Residents, businesses and organizations enjoy a small town lifestyle with abundant recreational opportunities while having convenient access to the commercial, cultural and professional athletic attractions of the Green Bay and Fox Valley metropolitan area.
Eastern - Northeastern Wisconsin
Southern - Northeastern Wisconsin
The rolling hills, woods, and fields between Green Bay and Lake Michigan provide a safe and friendly region where hardworking citizens take pride in their community. It’s an ideal location for those who want to retreat to a quiet, laid-back lifestyle at the end of a busy day.
Western - Northeastern Wisconsin
Just west of Green Bay, a variety of ethnic descendants contribute to a unique mixture of culture and customs. Traditions are captured in festivals and celebrations, art exhibits and performances, and museums. Local and ethnic arts, crafts, foods and clothing are demonstrated and sold at area festivals and gift shops.
Upper Peninsula of Michigan
With endless woods, wetlands, and 211 miles of shoreline, Michigan’s Upper Peninsula is a paradise for bird and wildlife viewing. In addition to the Great Lakes, inland waters feature spectacular streams and lakes. Trophy sized fish are not the only thing lurking below the water’s surface--over 30 sunken ships rest in the clear waters, just waiting to be explored.