St. Clare - Baraboo
The local hospital in Baraboo is St.ClareHospital and Health Services, a 100-bed facility with 24 hour ER coverage.
The hospital employs five full time emergency physicians.
The hospital's primary service area includes the communities of Baraboo, LakeDelton, and Wisconsin Dells, with a population of 30,000. The surgical area at St.ClareHospital has three operating rooms, one endoscopy room, and one Urology room. Additionally, there are 6 birthing suites.
There is a radiologist on site from 8:00 am - 5:00 pm Monday through Friday and on-call on weekends.
MRI and CT services are provided at the hospital.
Divine Savior Healthcare is the local hospital in Portage. In October of 2003 Divine Savior opened its doors to a new state-of-the-art facility, continuing their dedication to the well-being of the residents of Portage and the surrounding communities. DivineSaviorHospital has a 40 bed medical/surgical unit and a 6 bed ICU. Services offered include emergency services 24 hours a day, birthing center, surgical services, diagnostics, specialty medicine, rehab services, speech and audiology, and infusion services.
Baraboo is a picturesque community nestled in the BarabooRiverValley in the rolling hills of central Wisconsin. With a population of 10,000, it is one of the most rapidly growing areas of the region. Situated between Devil's LakeState Park and Wisconsin Dells, and home to the CircusWorldMuseum, Baraboo is the destination for thousands of tourists every year.
In the Baraboo area you'll find sincere small town hospitality to match a variety of year-round attractions and recreational activities. This is the area's uniqueness ---it offers wonderful and unique places to stay, eat, and shop with the beautiful scenery and natural wonders of the area.
Centrally located, Portage residents enjoy the best of both worlds--peaceful, small-town living with easy access to several major cities. Four-season recreational opportunities surround this peaceful city. During the summer residents enjoy fishing, golfing, boating on the Wisconsin River, and swimming at SilverLakeBeach. Also, for those outdoor enthusiasts, the Ice Age Trail and the Wisconsin River Levee Walking Trail both offer beautiful scenery. Once the leaves start turning red and gold, thoughts turn to curling, hockey, skiing, tubing, and snowmobiling.
Skiers in Portage are lucky to have CascadeMountain just four miles from town.