The COVID-19 pandemic has changed so much about our daily lives, from work and school schedules to social calendars and, yes, the way we approach healthcare. And at every step of the way, Bellin Health has had your safety and well-being in mind.

Early on in the pandemic, we chose to postpone all non-urgent appointments to prevent the spread of the disease and conserve critical resources. Now, in light of our current circumstances and the progress that has been made, physician leadership at Bellin Health have determined that it’s not just safe but important to reconnect with all of our patients for your healthcare needs.

Welcome back to our clinic and hospital locations.

Chronic conditions, emergency care, pain management, and the need for potentially life-saving screenings haven’t gone away just because there’s a pandemic. Millions of people have put off healthcare during the COVID-19 crisis, and that can have serious, lasting effects on your health — delayed treatments can result in complications and even death, delayed screenings can mean missing a disease when it’s still treatable, and people may end up living with pain that affects their daily lives. Bellin Health continues to do everything we can to provide all your healthcare needs.

Safety First

Bellin Health wouldn’t start seeing non-urgent patients again if we weren’t completely confident that we could do so safely. We’ve taken additional steps to keep you and our staff safe.

  • We’ve established new processes and dedicated sites to clinics to treat and keep COVID-19 patients separated from patients coming for other healthcare needs. This includes dedicated respiratory clinics, a revamped Emergency Department triage area, and a dedicated COVID-19 unit within Bellin Hospital.
  • We have entrance screenings in place at all locations.
  • We’ve secured and use more personal protective equipment (PPE), including masks for all employees and patients that do not have their own.
  • We’ve increased our use of e-visits and video and phone visits to care for you in your home.
  • We’ve worked with our patients and communities to promote physical distancing, increased handwashing, masking and stay-at-home messaging.
  • We have greater access to COVID-19 testing, which is key to treating and slowing the spread of this disease.
  • We have a comprehensive plan to handle any surge or other situations that might occur.
  • Additionally, we have many department-specific safety enhancements in place.

What to Expect

Bellin Health has tried to make our patient experience as comfortable and familiar as possible amid this pandemic. We’ve had to make some changes, though, in the interest of safety for our patients and staff.

  • We ask that you not bring anyone else to your visit. (The exceptions to this are pediatric patients, patients with cognitive impairments that require assistance, and patients who will be under anesthesia and will need someone to make sure they get home safely.)
  • You and all who enter must wear a mask. We ask that you bring your own mask, but one will be provided should you not have one.
  • We ask that you maintain six feet of distance from other people at all times. Signs, marketing, and furniture arrangements in the clinic will help you do that.
  • To avoid patients gathering in waiting rooms, you may be asked to stay in your car until you’re called in for your appointment.

Virtual Services

Virtual Visits

While face to face visits in the clinics are available, there may be times when a virtual visit in the best option. E-visits and video visits with a primary care provider are available when you sign up for MyBellinHealth.

MyBellinHealth is a free platform that allows you to access a host of services, including the ability to schedule a video visit with a Bellin provider or even have an e-visit. It also provides other services, including the ability to message your primary care team, receive answers to your questions, and refill prescriptions online. Learn more by visiting bellin.org/virtualvisits.

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TeleHealth Nursing Hotline

When you’re not sure where to start or where to go for the care you may need, Bellin’s free TeleHealth Nursing Hotline is available 24/7 to help you at (920) 445-7373.


Bellin Providers

If you don’t have a Bellin provider, we can connect you with one.

Primary Care

For any of your healthcare needs, call your primary care provider for an appointment. If you don't have a provider, but want to see one, call (920) 445-7373, and we'll help you find the care you need. Or you can visit bellin.org/find-a-physician.

Specialty Care

Bellin Health specialists providing heart care, orthopedic care, cancer treatment, and treatment for other health needs are all taking appointments for in-person care. Contact your specialty provider directly to schedule an appointment or discuss your healthcare needs. If you aren’t currently under the care of a specialist, contact your primary care provider, or contact us directly at (920) 445-7373 or bellin.org/find-a-physician.

Urgent Care

If you need care for minor emergencies or other health concerns without an appointment, Bellin Health Urgent Care is open at the following locations.

Hours: 8 am - 8 pm, 7 days a week
Phone Number: (920) 433-6000
Address: 1630 Commanche Avenue
Green Bay, WI 54313

Hours: Monday - Friday, 8 am - 8 pm;
Saturday and Sunday, 8 am - 4 pm
Phone Number: (715) 735-5225
Address: 2820 Roosevelt Road
Marinette, WI 54143

Iron Mountain
Hours: Monday - Saturday, 8 am - 8 pm;
Sunday Closed
Phone Number: (906) 776-9040
Address: 440 Woodward Avenue
Iron Mountain, MI 49801


Our Bellin Health FastCare providers can help with minor healthcare needs, like earaches, allergies, and insect bites without an appointment.

Green Bay West
Hours: Monday - Friday, 8 am - 8 pm;
Saturday, 10 am - 6 pm;
Sunday, 11 am - 3 pm
Phone Number: (920) 445-7377
Address: 2015 Shawano Avenue (inside Meijer)
Green Bay, WI 54303

Sturgeon Bay
Hours: Monday - Friday, 7:30 am - 5 pm
Phone Number: (920) 445-7377
Address: 311 N. 3rd
Sturgeon Bay, Wisconsin 54235