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Green Bay, Wisconsin,
United States of America
In 1925, the board of directors renamed the hospital Bellin Memorial Hospital over Dr. Bellin's objections as a tribute to him. Dr. Bellin died in 1928.
In 1970, the hospital began Green Bay's first alcohol and drug abuse program.
In 1977, the hospital sponsored the first annual Bellin Run.
In 1989, they founded the Bellin Psychiatric Center.
In 2005, Bellin became one of the first hospitals to begin robotic assisted surgery.
In 2012, Bellin Health expanded and opened their new emergency department on the north side of the Bellin Hospital building.
Bellin Health operates hospitals in Green Bay and Oconto, Wisconsin.
Bellin Health also operates 27 Family Medicals Center clinics in northeastern Wisconsin.
Bellin Health operates five FastCare clinics located in Shopko stores; all locations are to close or relocate by June 2019 due to the closure of all Shopko stores. The Suamico and Ashwaubenon FastCare locations will consolidate and reopen inside the Meijer store in Howard, Wisconsin.
Bellin Health also operates Bellin College.
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