DCMC Flu Shot Clinics Resume

We reported recently how the Door County Medical Center had to cancel their Tuesday flu clinic this week because they did not receive their shipment of the vaccine in time. Wednesday they did, however, receive their previously reserved vaccines and they will now have enough to accommodate their scheduled patients. Their remaining flu clinics will now take place as previously scheduled. If you do not … Continue reading

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Flu Shot Shortage Cancels Tuesday’s Clinic

Due to overwhelming demand across the country, the flu shot vaccine supply at the Door County Medical Center is very near depletion. While there are additional doses on order, the shipment is not guaranteed when supply lines are strained. Therefore, the flu shot clinic scheduled for this coming Tuesday October 20th is now canceled. The supply situation will be re-evaluated early next week to determine … Continue reading

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Meeting for Businesses Covid Positive Planning

You may have heard about a few local businesses who have had to close for a period of time in the last few months, due to one or more employees testing positive for COVID-19. The Door County Medical Center and Public Health are offering local businesses the opportunity to discuss the best practices for if and when your business has a positive COVID test result. … Continue reading

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No-Cost COVID Testing Aug. 27 at DC Fairgrounds

The Door County Medical Center is teaming up with Bellin Health in offering a no-cost drive-up COVID-19 testing event next week Thursday August 27th at the Door County Fairgrounds. This testing event will be open to everyone, whether or not they are experiencing symptoms. Relative insurance information will be collected, but there will still be no charge to the patient for the test, and no … Continue reading

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D.C.M.C. Announces “Next Steps” of Services

The Door County Medical Center has informed us that they are taking steps to make healthcare services more accessible while maintaining a high level of safety and meeting patients’ needs. As for elective surgeries, they have worked with other regional hospitals with proper guidelines for resuming elective procedures. Of course, emergency and urgent care remains available to anyone in need, and you are asked to … Continue reading

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