BayCare Clinic's mission is to provide measurably superior specialty medical services to our patients.
Nationally recognized by patients and peers as the "Destination of Excellence" in healthcare.
Quality, Passion, Vision, Professionalism and Synergy
January -- BayCare’s Green Bay Eye Clinic changes name to BayCare Clinic Eye Specialists.
November -- BayCare Clinic opens new Corporate Headquarters, located at 1035 Kepler Drive.
December -- BayCare Clinic is comprised of 138 physicians and 95 extenders total.
July -- Eye Clinic of Manitowoc merges with BayCare Clinic.
October -- Bay View Ophthalmology merges with BayCare Clinic.
December -- BayCare Clinic is comprised of 127 physicians and 67 extenders total.
July -- Northern Lights Clinic joins BayCare Clinic.
December -- BayCare Clinic is comprised of 116 physicians and 59 extenders total.
August -- Orthopaedic Associates of Manitowoc merges with BayCare Clinic.
December -- BayCare Clinic is comprised of 103 physicians and 53 extenders total.
June -- Chris Augustian appointed Chief Executive Officer.
December -- BayCare Clinic is comprised of 99 physicians and 52 extenders total.
July -- Aurora BayCare Medical Center hosts its first group of WARM (Wisconsin Academy for Rural Medicine) students.
December -- BayCare Clinic is comprised of 103 physicians and 51 extenders total.
January -- The Healthy Lifestyles Program was implemented for the employees of BayCare Clinic. This program allows participants to be rewarded with discounted medical premiums for being tobacco-free, having or progressing toward healthy body composition, and meeting or progressing toward pre-determined, objective fitness measures.
December -- BayCare Clinic hits 100% of eligible provider participation in the federal Physician Quality Reporting Initiative.
December -- BayCare Clinic is comprised of 100 physicians and 53 extenders total.
February -- Implementation of an electronic health record system began early this year.
August -- Implementation began of an automated test messaging system, used to communicate test results and other important health related information to patients in a personal, individualized message within 48 hours of test results being received.
December -- BayCare Clinic physicians now have the ability to electronically order and transmit prescription medications directly to pharmacies.
December -- BayCare Clinic is comprised of 103 physicians and 52 extenders total.
May -- BayCare Clinic providers begin receiving volunteer clinical faculty appointments to the University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health.
June -- Aurora BayCare Orthopedic & Sports Medicine Center opens.
December -- BayCare Clinic is comprised of 98 physicians and 49 extenders total.
November -- Aurora BayCare Medical Center becomes a teaching hospital for the University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health.
December -- BayCare Clinic is comprised of 93 physicians and 43 extenders total.
December -- BayCare Clinic is comprised of 92 physicians and 40 extenders total.
November -- Two Rivers Physician Office Building opens.
December -- BayCare Clinic is comprised of 92 physicians and 36 extenders total.
September -- CBO (building at 164 N. Broadway) purchase is closed.
December -- BayCare Clinic is comprised of 88 physicians and 30 extenders total.
December -- BayCare Clinic is comprised of 76 physicians and 27 extenders total.
February -- Central Business Office moved from Ridge Road to Broadway site.
November -- Aurora BayCare Health Center (West Campus) opens for business, and the Green Bay Eye Clinic (Ophthalmology Department of BayCare Clinic) moved from Monroe location into the West Campus on Mason Street.
December -- BayCare Clinic is comprised of 73 physicians and 18 extenders total.
January -- BayCare recruits 15 new physicians in preparation of the hospital opening.
May -- Fifteen physician practice sites prepare to relocate to the Physician Office Building on the campus of Aurora BayCare Medical Center.
September -- An open house welcomes 18,000 visitors to the newly-completed facility. The hospital opens its doors for business on Monday, September 25, 2001 at 6pm.
December -- BayCare Clinic is comprised of 69 physicians and 13 extenders total.
February --Aurora Health Care and BayCare Clinic announce the construction of a new hospital in the Green Bay I-43 Business Park.
March -- Hospital construction begins.
May -- Aurora Health Care buys 40 percent of the BayCare Ambulatory Surgery Centers and financing for the new hospital is completed.
December -- BayCare Clinic is comprised of 62 physicians and 5 extenders total.
February -- All physician practices participating in the Management Services Organization take the next step towards consolidation, and form BayCare Clinic. They begin practicing as a fully integrated group practice.
July -- BayCare Surgery Center-East opens for business.
October -- BayCare Clinic and Aurora Medical Group agree to build new tertiary care hospital.
December --BayCare Clinic is comprised of 65 physicians and 6 extenders total.
March -- PRN changes its name to BayCare Health Systems, LLC.
September -- Jeff Mason named CEO.
October -- Construction begins on BayCare Surgery Center-East.
November -- Confidential Letter of Intent signed with Aurora Health Care (Milwaukee, WI) to begin discussions on building a tertiary care hospital.
February -- A Management Services Agreement is signed.
September -- PRN buys into ownership of the BayCare Surgery Center.
November -- Initial Provider Services Agreements are signed with health insurers.
May -- Management Services Organization (Physician's Resource Network ("PRN") is formed, and the physicians create a steering committee.
December -- First PRN General Membership Meeting is held and operating agreements are signed.
164 N. Broadway Green Bay, WI 54303