St. Mary’s Hospital Medical Center

Green Bay, WI – EM

St. Mary’s Medical CenterSt. Mary’s Medical Center is a community hospital located on the west side of Green Bay, the first all-private room acute care community hospital in Northeast Wisconsin. St. Mary’s Hospital is also an Environmental Leadership Circle award winner, one of 30 hospitals nationwide, for three consecutive years. St. Mary’s Medical Center and St. Vincent Hospital, also located in Green Bay, Wisconsin, are part of the Hospital Sisters Health System and are jointly staffed and managed by Infinity HealthCare since 1999.

A Level III trauma facility and Clinical/Diagnostic Treatment Unit (CDTU), Infinity HealthCare provides services to over 36,000 patients annually. Staffed with board certified, residency trained Emergency Medicine physicians and physician extenders, St. Mary’s Medical Center utilizes a combination of single and double coverage during peak times.

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Lifestyle

Green Bay, Wisconsin is located at the mouth of the Fox River, a sub-basin of Lake Michigan. With a population over 100,000, it is the 3rd largest city in Wisconsin. It’s an industrial city with several meat packing, paper plants and a main port on the Bay of Green Bay. It is home to the National Railroad Museum, the Neville Public Museum with exhibitions of art, history, and science, and Green Bay Packers professional football team, formed in the city in 1919 and joined the National Football League in 1921. All kinds of unique shopping destinations, amusement parks, sports arenas, historical antiques, and museums are available for enjoyment, including casual and fine dining at its best. Green Bay’s diverse attractions include, parks, theaters, wineries and even a zoo and casino. Some of the best fishing and boating in the state can be found in this lush waterfront city. Greater Green Bay is quickly becoming one of the Midwest’s leading convention destinations. The city has exceptional schools and higher education, including the University of Wisconsin–Green Bay. US-41 connects Green Bay to the Fox Cities, Fond du Lac and Milwaukee to the south and the Upper Peninsula of Michigan. I-43, heads south along Lake Michigan to Milwaukee and on to Illinois. Heading north, I-43 near Port Washington, continues through Sturgeon Bay to the Door Peninsula. The Austin Straubel International Airport, the third largest Airport in Wisconsin, is in close proximity to Green Bay. Green Bay offers an array of hidden treasures that makes this city a unique place to inhabit.