Aspirus Adams Clinic marks six months
For the Rapids City Times
ADAMS – July 14 marks six months since the Aspirus Riverview Clinic opened in the Adams-Friendship community. Located at 419 N. Oak Street, the clinic opened its doors on Jan. 14. Since then, clinic staff has cared for more than 650 patients.
The clinic’s staff includes: a nurse practitioner, Jill Bohn-Wolfe, APNP; medical assistants; laboratory and imaging professionals; and medical receptionists. As patient volumes continue to increase, additions to the clinic staff are anticipated. “We plan to add another provider at the clinic as demand for appointments continues to grow,” said Kathleen Arendt, Aspirus Director of Clinics.
The 7,500-square-foot facility includes eight exam rooms, two procedure rooms, a laboratory and an imaging suite. The clinic is equipped to provide the full continuum of care – from primary care to specialty outreach services.
Currently, just primary care is available at the clinic. Patients who require specialty care are typically referred to one of the Aspirus clinics in Wisconsin Rapids or to Aspirus Riverview Hospital in Wisconsin Rapids. “Although we are still in the planning stage, we intend to add specialty outreach services at the clinic in the near future,” said Arendt.