Cumberland Healthcare is an independent, nonprofit, community-based facility that serves northwest Wisconsin. Cumberland Healthcare became a Critical Access Hospital on August 19, 2005, and is licensed for 25 acute care beds.
These reports summarize the hospital’s plan to address high-priority needs identified in the 2021-2022 Community Health Needs Assessment. Highlighted needs include Substance Abuse, Mental Health, and Chronic Disease. To view past and present Community Health Needs Assessments and Implementation Plans, click on the links below.
For any additional questions relating to the Community Health Needs Assessment, please call 715-822-7250.
An organized effort to pull various disciplines and departments together to facilitate a collaborative and comprehensive care plan to meet an individual’s unique and complicated circumstances when addressing health, wellness, and preventative care by connecting people before, during, and after their time as patients Services lines include:
- Diabetic Education
- Transitional Care Management (TCM)
- Heart Health
- Wound Care
- Athletic Training
- Rehab Services
- Mental Health
- Weight Management
- Health Coaching
- Preventative Care
- Direct Access Therapy
- Direct Access Lab
Working collaboratively by pulling different health, wellness, and preventative care service lines together and we discuss challenges, barriers, and ways we can help people.