Children’s hospital to consolidate four sites into new clinic

June 27, 2017

Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin will consolidate four of its sites into a new, 30,000 square-foot clinic in Kenosha, according to an article on the BizTimes website.

The new facility is being built to provide additional specialty services and more convenience to the Kenosha area.

The new site will consolidate two of the hospital’s primary care locations along with a clinic that currently provides services in asthma/allergy, cardiology, dermatology, gastrointestinal, urology and speech therapy. The Children’s Child Advocacy Center will also move to the new building.

The new location will offer expanded services, including imaging and radiology, laboratory, adolescent medicine, endocrinology, neurology, pulmonology, rehabilitation and developmental therapies, sleep services, and otolaryngology and audiology, the article said.

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