Door County Medical Center

Sturgeon Bay, WI – EM

Door County Medical CenterDoor County Medical Center (DCMC) is an award-winning rural hospital that partners with Hospital Sisters Health System. DCMC is a private, non-profit hospital with 25 inpatient beds.

DCMC provides state-of-the-art care with a personal touch. In August 2010, the hospital opened a brand new wing consisting of a 10-bed Emergency Department, ICU, Birthing Center, and MED/SURG inpatient rooms. In 2019, an adjoined Skilled Nursing Facility was constructed consisting of 30 beds with all private rooms. DCMC operates 4 clinics and 3 rehabilitation facilities throughout Door and Kewaunee counties.

It’s not typical to have a hospital like Door County Medical Center in a small community like Door County. Door County Medical Center consistently receives a 90 percent satisfaction score among employees. They put patients first, passion follows.

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Lifestyle

Sturgeon Bay, Wisconsin is located in the well-known peninsula of Door County, nestled between the waters of Green Bay and Lake Michigan. With more coastline than any other county in the country, Door County is one of the most unique and beautiful places in the world. Millions of people travel here to visit every year.

With a population of over 9,700, Sturgeon Bay, Door County combines the activities of a big city with the hospitality of a small town. It offers the finest selection of charming restaurants, welcoming accommodations, and artistic shops, while surrounded by the relaxing beauty of the historic waterfront. Enjoy the experience of fishing, boating, kayaking, biking, hiking, horse-drawn carriage and sleigh rides, chartered fishing excursions, trolley tours, museums, galleries, festivals, and vast nearby state parks to explore. Historic boat tour cruises or evening dinner cruises are a wonderful way to experience the exquisite waterfront.

There is a diverse selection of live music, theatrical performances and comedy, which bring both local and national acts. Door County has long been known for its cherries and fruit wines.

Experience the diverse restaurants Sturgeon Bay has to offer, from fine dining to casual family meals. Sturgeon Bay has an excellent school system, including a satellite campus of Northeast Wisconsin Technical College.

Sturgeon Bay is accessible from Highway WIS 42, which travels north to Egg Harbor, Fish Creek and Gills Rock and south to Algoma, Kewaunee, Two Rivers, and Manitowoc, where it connects to I-43. Highway WIS 57, which provides direct access to Green Bay to the south, and Baileys Harbor and Jacksonport to the north. Two miles west of the city is a public airport, Cherryland Airport.

With its rich waterfront history and vibrant growth, Sturgeon Bay is a wonderful place to live and work.