Aspirus Wausau Hospital provides traditional hospital services, such as an emergency room, birthing center, newborn intensive care unit, pediatrics department, pharmacy and surgery, according to the Aspirus Network. Specific types of surgery include operations on the heart and lungs, joint replacement, neurosurgery, and robotic and vascular surgeries.
Aspirus Wausau Hospital offers recovery services, including occupational and physical therapy, inpatient rehabilitation and cardiac rehab, reports Aspirus Network. Some targeted care options are genetic counseling, infertility services, behavioral health, hospice, and speech and language therapy. Options for help with weight management are nutrition counseling, weight-loss surgery and weight-loss programs. Services beyond the hospital walls include helicopter medical transport and Lifeline, a wireless home assistance network.
The hospital also offers help to the general population. For instance, Medical Mondays is a once-a-month program that pairs community members with pharmacy staff, Aspirus Network explains. People seek information about and assistance with their personal prescriptions in order to prevent errors at home.
As of May 2015, Aspirus Wausau Hospital supplies 35 speciality services to patients from northern and central Wisconsin and Michigan's Upper Peninsula, states Aspirus Network. Located in Wausau, Wisconsin, the hospital is licensed for 325 beds, but the daily inpatient count averages 160. Each year, over 50,000 people receive out-patient services and there are more than 24,000 visits to the emergency department.