October 20, 2016
By David Nordby The Brillion News
REEDSVILLE – For someone traveling west on Highway 10 passing by Reedsville, it appears as though the community is home to a well-kept Aurora Health Center building. But that’s not the case, at least not for right now.
For months the clinic has been shut down, with Aurora unable to get staff in town, even for a day a week, following the departure of the provider who had been in Reedsville. It’s left the citizens shuffling to other locations in the area.
“With the departure of a provider at our Reedsville clinic, and in an effort to ensure our patients have continuous access to the care they need, we are encouraging patients to seek care at our locations in Valders, Two Rivers and Manitowoc,” Christine Larson, Aurora Health Care Senior Director Administrator, said.
Representatives from Aurora haven’t said whether they have a timeline in place for when the clinic will be back up and running, but stated as far back as early September that they look forward to reopening the Reedsville clinic in the “near future.”
“We just simply cannot get an answer from these people,” Al Peters, Reedsville resident, said.
Peters has been visiting the Reedsville clinic for 12 years and has to choose which clinic to now visit.
Please see the complete story in the October 20, 2016 edition of The Brillion News.