St. Elizabeth Hospital (Appleton, Wisconsin)
This article is incomplete.(March 2017)
|St. Elizabeth Hospital|
|Location||Appleton, Wisconsin, United States|
|Care system||Ascension Health|
|Emergency department||Level III trauma center|
|Lists||Hospitals in Wisconsin|
St. Elizabeth Hospital, officially Ascension NE Wisconsin St. Elizabeth Hospital, is a hospital founded in 1899 that serves the south side of Appleton, in Outagamie County, Wisconsin. Its emergency department is a level III trauma center.
St. Elizabeth Hospital was founded at the behest of Bishop Sebastian Gebhard Messmer of Green Bay. Four women from the Franciscan Sisters of the Sacred Hearts of Jesus and Mary in St. Louis came to Appleton. The hospital the four women founded began in 1899 in an 11-room wooden house. It quickly outgrew that location. New land was purchased and a larger brick building on that site constructed in 1900.
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- "Calumet Medical Center". www.affinityhealth.org. Retrieved 2017-03-01.
- "Wisconsin Catholic Healthcare Systems Unify as Ascension". www.affinityhealth.org. Retrieved 2017-03-01.
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