Bellin Health
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Bellin Health
Bellin Health
IndustryHealth care
Founded1908; 111 years ago (1908)
Green Bay, Wisconsin
United States of America
Areas served
  • Green Bay, Wisconsin
  • Oconto, Wisconsin

Bellin Health is a health care service headquartered in Green Bay, Wisconsin. Bellin Health serves northeastern Wisconsin and the Upper Peninsula of Michigan.


In 1908, Dr. Julius Bellin founded the Deaconess Sanitarium in a house he owned in Green Bay, Wisconsin.[1] The next year, the hospital began an affiliation with the Methodist Church.

In 1915, the Deaconess Sanitarium was renamed Wisconsin Deaconess Sanitarium.[1] In 1916, they built their first hospital building. In 1923, they built a north wing addition.[1]

In 1925, the board of directors renamed the hospital Bellin Memorial Hospital over Dr. Bellin's objections as a tribute to him.[1] Dr. Bellin died in 1928.

In 1970, the hospital began Green Bay's first alcohol and drug abuse program.[1]

In 1977, the hospital sponsored the first annual Bellin Run.

In 1989, they founded the Bellin Psychiatric Center.[1]

In January 1994, Bellin opened their first Family Medical Center in Denmark, Wisconsin.[1]

In 2005, Bellin became one of the first hospitals to begin robotic assisted surgery.[1]

In 2006, Bellin Health opened their first FastCare clinics in area Shopko stores.[1]

In 2012, Bellin Health expanded and opened their new emergency department on the north side of the Bellin Hospital building.

In 2016, Bellin Health broke ground on a new sports medicine and orthopedics clinic in the Green Bay Packers Titletown District.[2]

Medical operations

Bellin Health operates hospitals in Green Bay and Oconto, Wisconsin.

Bellin Health also operates 27 Family Medicals Center clinics in northeastern Wisconsin.[3]

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.[4] The Suamico and Ashwaubenon FastCare locations will consolidate and reopen inside the Meijer store in Howard, Wisconsin.[5]

Bellin Health also operates Bellin College.

See also


  1. ^ a b c d e f g h i "Historical Timeline". Bellin Health. Retrieved 2017.
  2. ^ "Bellin Health breaks ground on Titletown District facility". Green Bay Packers. October 6, 2016. Retrieved 2017.
  3. ^ "Bellin Health Primary Care Clinics". Bellin Health. Retrieved 2017.
  4. ^ "Shopko To Shutter Remaining Stores, Optical Lab". Wisconsin Public Radio. 29 March 2019. Retrieved 2019.
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