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Man to Man/Us too prostate cancer education and support group - Marshfield31971​​​​​​​​​​​​​​Man To Man / Us Too Prostate Cancer Education and Support Group is a forum for anyone that is interested in learning about prostate cancer and male health issues through presentations, written materials, and videos.​​​​​​​​​​​​​​Man To Man / Us Too Prostate Cancer Education and Support Group is a forum for anyone that is interested in learning about prostate cancer and male health issues through presentations, written materials, and videos.GP0|#16b07b92-dd5d-4e1e-982c-65777edd5b3e;L0|#016b07b92-dd5d-4e1e-982c-65777edd5b3e|Support Groups;GTSet|#bc60558f-ac1a-47f3-92c9-405dd8ce0ce0;GPP|#6f7edbeb-dd13-4052-9dd3-75e1c24863a5hargens.michael@marshfieldclinic.org715-387-9121 54449WIMarshfieldLaird Center, Room 00501000 N. Oak AvenueMarshfield Medical Center - Medical Offices2020-06-04T22:00:00Z2020-06-05T00:00:00Z2/3/2020 8:41:10 PMhttps://www.marshfieldclinic.org/content/Lists/Events/AllItems.aspxFalse
Man to Man/Us too prostate cancer education and support group - Weston32031​​​​​​​​​​​​​​Man To Man / Us Too Prostate Cancer Education and Support Group is a forum for anyone that is interested in learning about prostate cancer and male health issues through presentations, written materials, and videos. ​​​​​​​​​​​​​​Man To Man / Us Too Prostate Cancer Education and Support Group is a forum for anyone that is interested in learning about prostate cancer and male health issues through presentations, written materials, and videos. GP0|#16b07b92-dd5d-4e1e-982c-65777edd5b3e;L0|#016b07b92-dd5d-4e1e-982c-65777edd5b3e|Support Groups;GTSet|#bc60558f-ac1a-47f3-92c9-405dd8ce0ce0;GPP|#6f7edbeb-dd13-4052-9dd3-75e1c24863a5vircks.cheryl@marshfieldclinic.org​715-393-140054476WisconsinWestonConference Room 1B3501 Cranberry BoulevardWeston Center2020-06-04T22:00:00Z2020-06-05T00:00:00Z2/3/2020 8:41:41 PM3https://www.marshfieldclinic.org/content/Lists/Events/AllItems.aspxFalse
Children’s Lives Include Moments of Bravery (CLIMB®) - Eau Claire31816This six-week program gives emotional support to kids who have a parent or other loved one diagnosed with cancer. Children learn that being sad, frightened and even angry is part of this family experience. CLIMB® helps children moderate their feelings without having to “stuff” them or feel overwhelmed. Participants bond quickly with other children going through a similar experience. We offer the program free of charge four times per year. Please register at the start of each six-week program. The program is geared toward children 5 – 12 years old. Registration is required. Sessions are for children only and are held one evening each week from 530 – 7 p.m. for a total of six-weeks. Children receive a light dinner such as subs or pizza at each session. We invite parents to join their children for dinner on the first evening. The CLIMB® program offered at our Cancer Care & Research facilities in Eau Claire and Rice Lake. Specially trained leaders encourage open discussions about cancer, treatments and possible side effects. They also use visual aids such as large stuffed animals to demonstrate IV placement and other forms of treatment. Kids create art projects and do activities to help them identify and express the complex feelings of a cancer diagnosis. Children receive a workbook that they’re encouraged to share with their families. At the end of each six-week program, kids and their parents or other family members can attend a graduation ceremony, marking the progress they’ve made in coping with cancer in their families. To register call 1-800-839-3956 This six-week program gives emotional support to kids who have a parent or other loved one diagnosed with cancer. Children learn that being sad, frightened and even angry is part of this family experience. CLIMB® helps children moderate their feelings without having to “stuff” them or feel overwhelmed. Participants bond quickly with other children going through a similar experience. <br> We offer the program free of charge four times per year. Please register at the start of each six-week program. The program is geared toward children 5 – 12 years old. Registration is required. Sessions are for children only and are held one evening each week from 5&#58;30 – 7 p.m. for a total of six-weeks. Children receive a light dinner such as subs or pizza at each session. We invite parents to join their children for dinner on the first evening. The CLIMB® program offered at our Cancer Care &amp; Research facilities in Eau Claire and Rice Lake. <br> Specially trained leaders encourage open discussions about cancer, treatments and possible side effects. They also use visual aids such as large stuffed animals to demonstrate IV placement and other forms of treatment. <br> Kids create art projects and do activities to help them identify and express the complex feelings of a cancer diagnosis. Children receive a workbook that they’re encouraged to share with their families. At the end of each six-week program, kids and their parents or other family members can attend a graduation ceremony, marking the progress they’ve made in coping with cancer in their families. <br> To register call&#58; <a class="apptCall"> 1-800-839-3956 </a> GP0|#16b07b92-dd5d-4e1e-982c-65777edd5b3e;L0|#016b07b92-dd5d-4e1e-982c-65777edd5b3e|Support Groups;GTSet|#bc60558f-ac1a-47f3-92c9-405dd8ce0ce0;GPP|#6f7edbeb-dd13-4052-9dd3-75e1c24863a51-800-839-3956 54701WIEau Claire2200 Craig RdMarshfield Medical Center-Eau Claire Cancer Center2020-07-14T22:30:00Z2020-07-15T00:00:00Z12/17/2019 4:23:19 PMhttps://www.marshfieldclinic.org/content/Lists/Events/AllItems.aspxFalse
Children’s Lives Include Moments of Bravery (CLIMB®) - Rice Lake31819This six-week program gives emotional support to kids who have a parent or other loved one diagnosed with cancer. Children learn that being sad, frightened and even angry is part of this family experience. CLIMB® helps children moderate their feelings without having to “stuff” them or feel overwhelmed. Participants bond quickly with other children going through a similar experience. We offer the program free of charge four times per year. Please register at the start of each six-week program. The program is geared toward children 5 – 12 years old. Registration is required. Sessions are for children only and are held one evening each week from 530 – 7 p.m. for a total of six-weeks. Children receive a light dinner such as subs or pizza at each session. We invite parents to join their children for dinner on the first evening. The CLIMB® program offered at our Cancer Care & Research facilities in Eau Claire and Rice Lake. Specially trained leaders encourage open discussions about cancer, treatments and possible side effects. They also use visual aids such as large stuffed animals to demonstrate IV placement and other forms of treatment. Kids create art projects and do activities to help them identify and express the complex feelings of a cancer diagnosis. Children receive a workbook that they’re encouraged to share with their families. At the end of each six-week program, kids and their parents or other family members can attend a graduation ceremony, marking the progress they’ve made in coping with cancer in their families. To register call 1-800-488-7564 This six-week program gives emotional support to kids who have a parent or other loved one diagnosed with cancer. Children learn that being sad, frightened and even angry is part of this family experience. CLIMB® helps children moderate their feelings without having to “stuff” them or feel overwhelmed. Participants bond quickly with other children going through a similar experience. <br> We offer the program free of charge four times per year. Please register at the start of each six-week program. The program is geared toward children 5 – 12 years old. Registration is required. Sessions are for children only and are held one evening each week from 5&#58;30 – 7 p.m. for a total of six-weeks. Children receive a light dinner such as subs or pizza at each session. We invite parents to join their children for dinner on the first evening. The CLIMB® program offered at our Cancer Care &amp; Research facilities in Eau Claire and Rice Lake. <br> Specially trained leaders encourage open discussions about cancer, treatments and possible side effects. They also use visual aids such as large stuffed animals to demonstrate IV placement and other forms of treatment. <br> Kids create art projects and do activities to help them identify and express the complex feelings of a cancer diagnosis. Children receive a workbook that they’re encouraged to share with their families. At the end of each six-week program, kids and their parents or other family members can attend a graduation ceremony, marking the progress they’ve made in coping with cancer in their families. <br> To register call&#58; <a class="apptCall"> 1-800-488-7564 </a> GP0|#16b07b92-dd5d-4e1e-982c-65777edd5b3e;L0|#016b07b92-dd5d-4e1e-982c-65777edd5b3e|Support Groups;GTSet|#bc60558f-ac1a-47f3-92c9-405dd8ce0ce0;GPP|#6f7edbeb-dd13-4052-9dd3-75e1c24863a51-800-488-7564 54868WIRice Lake1700 W Stout StMarshfield Medical Center-Rice Lake2020-07-14T22:30:00Z2020-07-15T00:00:00Z12/17/2019 4:29:43 PMhttps://www.marshfieldclinic.org/content/Lists/Events/AllItems.aspxFalse
Virtural Relay for Life Wausau31187JOIN OUR TEAM Our state is holding this Virtual Relay For Life event to prove that “Hope Lives Here” in Wisconsin. This virtual platform will help us engage with participants, survivors and sponsors, while raising the needed funds to support the ACS Mission. This allows everyone, including cancer patients and their families, to safely join us. What is a virtual event? A virtual event brings people together over social media and the internet to gather for one common goal. <a href="https&#58;//secure.acsevents.org/site/STR?fr_id=96055&amp;pg=team&amp;team_id=2546918">JOIN OUR TEAM </a><br> Our state is holding this Virtual Relay For Life event to prove that “Hope Lives Here” in Wisconsin. This virtual platform will help us engage with participants, survivors and sponsors, while raising the needed funds to support the ACS Mission. This allows everyone, including cancer patients and their families, to safely join us. <br> What is a virtual event? <br> A virtual event brings people together over social media and the internet to gather for one common goal. https://secure.acsevents.org/site/STR?fr_id=96055&pg=team&team_id=2546918, https://secure.acsevents.org/site/STR?fr_id=96055&pg=team&team_id=2546918http://www.relayforlife.org/wausauwi, http://www.relayforlife.org/wausauwiGP0|#f785a851-8e58-4697-9348-bdab952f7f42;L0|#0f785a851-8e58-4697-9348-bdab952f7f42|Special Events;GTSet|#bc60558f-ac1a-47f3-92c9-405dd8ce0ce0;GPP|#6f7edbeb-dd13-4052-9dd3-75e1c24863a5Virtual2020-08-01T13:00:00Z2020-08-02T04:55:00Z5/13/2020 5:41:31 PMhttps://www.marshfieldclinic.org/content/Lists/Events/AllItems.aspxFalse
Man to Man/Us too prostate cancer education and support group - Marshfield31919Man To Man / Us Too Prostate Cancer Education and Support Group is a forum for anyone that is interested in learning about prostate cancer and male health issues through presentations, written materials, and videos.Man To Man / Us Too Prostate Cancer Education and Support Group is a forum for anyone that is interested in learning about prostate cancer and male health issues through presentations, written materials, and videos.GP0|#16b07b92-dd5d-4e1e-982c-65777edd5b3e;L0|#016b07b92-dd5d-4e1e-982c-65777edd5b3e|Support Groups;GTSet|#bc60558f-ac1a-47f3-92c9-405dd8ce0ce0;GPP|#6f7edbeb-dd13-4052-9dd3-75e1c24863a5nesbitt.richard@marshfieldclinic.org715-389-478954449WIMarshfieldLaird Center Conference Room 00501000 N. Oak AvenueMarshfield Medical Center - Medical Offices2020-08-06T22:00:00Z2020-08-07T00:00:00Z2/27/2020 2:26:43 PMhttps://www.marshfieldclinic.org/content/Lists/Events/AllItems.aspxFalse
Man to Man/Us too prostate cancer education and support group - Weston31974​​​​​​​​​​​​​​Man To Man / Us Too Prostate Cancer Education and Support Group is a forum for anyone that is interested in learning about prostate cancer and male health issues through presentations, written materials, and videos.​​​​​​​​​​​​​​Man To Man / Us Too Prostate Cancer Education and Support Group is a forum for anyone that is interested in learning about prostate cancer and male health issues through presentations, written materials, and videos.GP0|#16b07b92-dd5d-4e1e-982c-65777edd5b3e;L0|#016b07b92-dd5d-4e1e-982c-65777edd5b3e|Support Groups;GTSet|#bc60558f-ac1a-47f3-92c9-405dd8ce0ce0;GPP|#6f7edbeb-dd13-4052-9dd3-75e1c24863a5vircks.cheryl@marshfieldclinic.org​715-393-140054476WisconsinWestonConference Room 1B3501 Cranberry BoulevardWeston Center2020-08-06T22:00:00Z2020-08-07T00:00:00Z2/27/2020 2:26:54 PMhttps://www.marshfieldclinic.org/content/Lists/Events/AllItems.aspxFalse
Children’s Lives Include Moments of Bravery (CLIMB®) - Eau Claire31817This six-week program gives emotional support to kids who have a parent or other loved one diagnosed with cancer. Children learn that being sad, frightened and even angry is part of this family experience. CLIMB® helps children moderate their feelings without having to “stuff” them or feel overwhelmed. Participants bond quickly with other children going through a similar experience. We offer the program free of charge four times per year. Please register at the start of each six-week program. The program is geared toward children 5 – 12 years old. Registration is required. Sessions are for children only and are held one evening each week from 530 – 7 p.m. for a total of six-weeks. Children receive a light dinner such as subs or pizza at each session. We invite parents to join their children for dinner on the first evening. The CLIMB® program offered at our Cancer Care & Research facilities in Eau Claire and Rice Lake. Specially trained leaders encourage open discussions about cancer, treatments and possible side effects. They also use visual aids such as large stuffed animals to demonstrate IV placement and other forms of treatment. Kids create art projects and do activities to help them identify and express the complex feelings of a cancer diagnosis. Children receive a workbook that they’re encouraged to share with their families. At the end of each six-week program, kids and their parents or other family members can attend a graduation ceremony, marking the progress they’ve made in coping with cancer in their families. To register call 1-800-839-3956 This six-week program gives emotional support to kids who have a parent or other loved one diagnosed with cancer. Children learn that being sad, frightened and even angry is part of this family experience. CLIMB® helps children moderate their feelings without having to “stuff” them or feel overwhelmed. Participants bond quickly with other children going through a similar experience. <br> We offer the program free of charge four times per year. Please register at the start of each six-week program. The program is geared toward children 5 – 12 years old. Registration is required. Sessions are for children only and are held one evening each week from 5&#58;30 – 7 p.m. for a total of six-weeks. Children receive a light dinner such as subs or pizza at each session. We invite parents to join their children for dinner on the first evening. The CLIMB® program offered at our Cancer Care &amp; Research facilities in Eau Claire and Rice Lake. <br> Specially trained leaders encourage open discussions about cancer, treatments and possible side effects. They also use visual aids such as large stuffed animals to demonstrate IV placement and other forms of treatment. <br> Kids create art projects and do activities to help them identify and express the complex feelings of a cancer diagnosis. Children receive a workbook that they’re encouraged to share with their families. At the end of each six-week program, kids and their parents or other family members can attend a graduation ceremony, marking the progress they’ve made in coping with cancer in their families. <br> To register call&#58; <a class="apptCall"> 1-800-839-3956 </a> GP0|#16b07b92-dd5d-4e1e-982c-65777edd5b3e;L0|#016b07b92-dd5d-4e1e-982c-65777edd5b3e|Support Groups;GTSet|#bc60558f-ac1a-47f3-92c9-405dd8ce0ce0;GPP|#6f7edbeb-dd13-4052-9dd3-75e1c24863a51-800-839-395654701WIEau Claire2200 Craig RdMarshfield Medical Center-Eau Claire Cancer Center2020-10-13T22:30:00Z2020-10-14T00:00:00Z12/17/2019 4:25:40 PMhttps://www.marshfieldclinic.org/content/Lists/Events/AllItems.aspxFalse
Children’s Lives Include Moments of Bravery (CLIMB®) - Rice Lake31820This six-week program gives emotional support to kids who have a parent or other loved one diagnosed with cancer. Children learn that being sad, frightened and even angry is part of this family experience. CLIMB® helps children moderate their feelings without having to “stuff” them or feel overwhelmed. Participants bond quickly with other children going through a similar experience. We offer the program free of charge four times per year. Please register at the start of each six-week program. The program is geared toward children 5 – 12 years old. Registration is required. Sessions are for children only and are held one evening each week from 530 – 7 p.m. for a total of six-weeks. Children receive a light dinner such as subs or pizza at each session. We invite parents to join their children for dinner on the first evening. The CLIMB® program offered at our Cancer Care & Research facilities in Eau Claire and Rice Lake. Specially trained leaders encourage open discussions about cancer, treatments and possible side effects. They also use visual aids such as large stuffed animals to demonstrate IV placement and other forms of treatment. Kids create art projects and do activities to help them identify and express the complex feelings of a cancer diagnosis. Children receive a workbook that they’re encouraged to share with their families. At the end of each six-week program, kids and their parents or other family members can attend a graduation ceremony, marking the progress they’ve made in coping with cancer in their families. To register call 1-800-488-7564 This six-week program gives emotional support to kids who have a parent or other loved one diagnosed with cancer. Children learn that being sad, frightened and even angry is part of this family experience. CLIMB® helps children moderate their feelings without having to “stuff” them or feel overwhelmed. Participants bond quickly with other children going through a similar experience. <br> We offer the program free of charge four times per year. Please register at the start of each six-week program. The program is geared toward children 5 – 12 years old. Registration is required. Sessions are for children only and are held one evening each week from 5&#58;30 – 7 p.m. for a total of six-weeks. Children receive a light dinner such as subs or pizza at each session. We invite parents to join their children for dinner on the first evening. The CLIMB® program offered at our Cancer Care &amp; Research facilities in Eau Claire and Rice Lake. <br> Specially trained leaders encourage open discussions about cancer, treatments and possible side effects. They also use visual aids such as large stuffed animals to demonstrate IV placement and other forms of treatment. <br> Kids create art projects and do activities to help them identify and express the complex feelings of a cancer diagnosis. Children receive a workbook that they’re encouraged to share with their families. At the end of each six-week program, kids and their parents or other family members can attend a graduation ceremony, marking the progress they’ve made in coping with cancer in their families. <br> To register call&#58; <a class="apptCall"> 1-800-488-7564 </a> GP0|#16b07b92-dd5d-4e1e-982c-65777edd5b3e;L0|#016b07b92-dd5d-4e1e-982c-65777edd5b3e|Support Groups;GTSet|#bc60558f-ac1a-47f3-92c9-405dd8ce0ce0;GPP|#6f7edbeb-dd13-4052-9dd3-75e1c24863a51-800-488-756454868WIRice Lake1700 W Stout StMarshfield Medical Center-Rice Lake2020-10-13T22:30:00Z2020-10-14T00:00:00Z12/17/2019 4:33:01 PMhttps://www.marshfieldclinic.org/content/Lists/Events/AllItems.aspxFalse

 Some Events Cancelled

​Marshfield Clinic Health System has cancelled Health System-sponsored events or activities in response to the covid 19 pandemic.

Some meetings are being held virtually until it is safe to return to in person gatherings.

This is being done as an effort to reduce the possibility that coronavirus, or any virus, could unknowingly be spread. Please continue to watch for additional information for specific events. Thank you.

Visit marshfieldclinic.org/coronavirus for information.

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Get your flu shot today.

A seasonal flu shot is one of your most important defenses against getting the flu.

Visit any Marshfield Clinic primary care location any time ​for your flu shot.​​

All Marshfield Clinic primary care locations offer flu shots during regular hours.

Community vaccination schedules are updated periodically throughout the flu season and show where extended hours are available.​
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Marshfield Clinic Health System Foundation Events

With the generous support of business sponsors, volunteers and donors, Marshfield Clinic Health System Foundation produces many special events that raise funds for research, education and patient care right here in Wisconsin. 

Here are the remaining events in 2018:

Golf Events

Cruise for a Cause - Oct. 7, 2018

Running & Cycling Events

Breast Cancer Awareness Ride and Run - Oct. 13, 2018

Contact the Foundation at giving@marshfieldclinic.org or 715-387-9249 with any questions. 

For more information on MCHS Foundation