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Welcome to CHN & Berlin Memorial HospitalBerlin Memorial Hospital is a member of Community Health Network – an organization founded in 1911 to serve healthcare needs of the people in Central Wisconsin. Although the corporation was established as Berlin Hospital Association, the name was changed in 1993 to reflect the organization’s growth beyond the Berlin community.
CHN believes healthcare must be provided in partnership with the people it serves: patients, families, physicians, staff and other health professionals. Care must be delivered to all patients with quality, competence and compassion, regardless of race, creed, age, sex, or national origin. Excellent care must be provided in the most cost-effective manner possible — without compromising quality.
Why Choose CHN for your Healthcare?Because Community Health Network is a continuum of high quality health services, we offer comprehensive care to people of all ages. Whether your needs include preventative programs, such as health education or screenings; primary care offered through our community clinics; hospital-based services; referral to a larger, tertiary care center or even long-term care provided through our nursing home, assisted living, or home health care programs… we are ready to provide those services, conveniently and cost-effectively, close to home.
New Providers at CHN
Andrew A. Maes, DO
Michigan State University
Dr. Maes cares for general urological disorders. He also specializes in more complicated procedures such as cancers of the bladder, kidney, prostate, and testicle, infertility and vesectomy reversal, erectile disfuction, and urinary incontinence. more>>
Sandie Quade, APNP
Sandie has experience with both primary care and walk-ins and treats work injuries, conducts DOT physicals and has a deep interest in health and wellness. Sandie was raised in Markesan, where she still lives. More >>