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ProHealth Care is bringing back its popular gardening classes. The free classes will be held online this year, allowing even more people to participate.
Registration is now open for ProHealth Care’s 2021 virtual Walks for Cancer. The theme for this year, “Choose your path,” is designed to encourage community members to support the event and walk individually or in small groups during the month of May.
For the safety of patients and caregivers during the pandemic, ProHealth Care has implemented a visitation policy at its hospitals.
ProHealth Care will resume construction of its new hospital in Mukwonago and expects to be able to open it by late this year or early next year.
The ProHealth Medical Group clinic in Waterford, Wisconsin is at 790 Cornerstone Crossing near the corner of Highways 36 and 164. It will provide convenient access to primary health care services for residents of Racine, Walworth and Waukesha counties.
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