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Groundbreaking celebrated for new Bellin clinic

11:34 AM, Nov. 14, 2013
Physician assistant Tina Schmidt, Dr. Robert Anderson, Algoma Mayor Wayne Schmidt, and Bellin Health CEO and President George Kerwin perform the formal groundbreaking for the new clinic that will be built by the spring of 2014.
Physician assistant Tina Schmidt, Dr. Robert Anderson, Algoma Mayor Wayne Schmidt, and Bellin Health CEO and President George Kerwin perform the formal groundbreaking for the new clinic that will be built by the spring of 2014.
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Algoma and Kewaunee County residents will have more accessibility to health care in the spring of 2014 with the completion of a new Bellin Health Clinic in Algoma, located at 1510 Fremont St. There has been some work in preparing for building of the new facility, and the official groundbreaking occurred on Nov. 6.

Bellin Health Team Leader of Engineering, Paul Vlies said that the building will be 98,030 square feet with a cost of about $1.5 million.

George Kerwin, Bellin president and CEO, spoke about the connections that Bellin has with Algoma and ...

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