Our Rice Lake location offers primary and specialty care for patients from throughout northwestern Wisconsin. Our medical offices and acute care hospital are adjacent and provide an array of comprehensive health care services.
Walk in and get taken care of quickly. We'll treat your fever, urinary infection, persistent cough and many other non-life threatening illnesses and injuries. No appointment needed. Hours are listed under walk-in care.
Cancer Care and Research
If you or a loved one are diagnosed with cancer, you have the expertise you need close to home in Rice Lake. Our oncologists are actively engaged in clinical trials and offer personalized care at Marshfield Medical Center-Rice Lake. This, along with coordinated care to guide you through the process, is why we are the number one provider of cancer care in the heart of Wisconsin.
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Additional services offered on-site include:
Primary care (Family Medicine, Internal Medicine and Pediatrics)
Walk-in care/Urgent care
Imaging and lab services
Cancer Care & Research
Ear, Nose and Throat
Obstetrics and Gynecology
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Patient/visitor parking is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. The primary patient/visitor parking lot is located across the drive from the hospital's main entrance. Overflow parking is available at the Northwest lot across from the surgery side entrance of the hospital.
The Patient Assistance Center offers:
Rice Lake area
Rice Lake, located in Barron County in northwestern Wisconsin, serves a regional area of approximately 50 miles. The city of about 8,000 has a strong and stable economy centered on manufacturing and retail trade.
Approximately forty miles separates our Rice Lake location from two other Marshfield Clinic Health System sites: Ladysmith to the east and Chippewa Falls to the south. This network of health care providers offers a truly unique opportunity for the Health System to serve patients throughout the geographic area.
Rice Lake - Marshfield Medical Center (medical offices) is a National Health Service Corps-approved site.