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Bellin Health ~ MI

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At Bellin, we’re proudly celebrating over 110 years of service to Green Bay and the Northeast Wisconsin region. At the same time, we’re humbled by the trust our patients--and the healthcare providers in this community--have placed in us over the course of a century. Since 1907, when Julius Bellin first converted a small house into what has become the Bellin Health System, we have been able to fulfill on his vision of providing outstanding, affordable healthcare, and at the same time, achieve a level of quality that has allowed us to play a pivotal role in the health and well-being of families for generations.

Bellin Health is a not-for-profit community owned health system centered in Green Bay, WI with a 225 bed hospital. We are a steadily growing, integrated network of hospitals, physicians, and clinics throughout Northeastern Wisconsin and the Upper Peninsula of Michigan.  Bellin serves a market of 640,000 lives and employs approximately 400 physicians and advanced practice clinicians who serve as a reliable referral base.  

Upper Peninsula/Michigan Facts

  • The Bellin Health is the major presence in some of the largest cities and counties in the Upper Peninsula of Michigan
    - Escanaba – 12,616 (Delta County population – 37,069
    - Iron Mountain - 7,708 (Dickinson County population - 26,168
    - Menominee - 8,599 (Menominee County population - 24,029
  • Bellin is the proud title sponsor for the Pine Mountain Continental Cup ski jumping competition in Iron Mountain, Michigan since 2010
  • National parks: Isle Royale National , Seney National Wildlife Refuge, Pictured Rocks, Hiawatha and Ottawa National Forest
  • Festivals all year long
  • Many craft breweries and wineries speckled throughout the UP
  • More than 200 waterfalls
  • 1,700 miles of shoreline of three Great Lakes, 4,300 inland lakes and 12,000 miles of streams
  • 3,000 miles of groomed snowmobile trails
  • Mountain, road and fat tire biking trails
  • Rock and ice climbing
  • Miles of snowshoeing and hiking trails
  • Miles of cross country, hundreds of downhill skiing and snowboard runs