We know you have choices when considering your healthcare and we are honored to support families in need of end-of-life care.
BELOIT, WI. (October 30, 2020) – In an abundance of caution and until further notice, Beloit Health System has reinstated visitor restrictions to protect the health and safety of our patients, staff, and community. As COVID-19 continues to evolve, BHS has updated visitor restrictions to reduce the risk to our patients and staff. The following visitor policies remain in place:Read More
BELOIT, WI. (September 24, 2020) – Beloit Health System is prepared to take care of you and your families during the COVID-19 pandemic with a continued emphasis on providing safety and protection.Read More
September is National Suicide Prevention Month
For the next several weeks, the American Counseling Association will be dedicated to raising awareness of suicide and advocating the prevention of this public health crisis. We are committed to shedding light on this largely stigmatized and difficult topic by providing resources to inform and educate professionals and the community on how to identify warning signs, take action, and significantly reduce the number of deaths by suicide. Here is information about the Beloit Health System's Counseling Care Center and the resources available locally>>
Check out the Suicide Prevention Month webpage, and downloadable resources.
BELOIT, WI. (August 21, 2020) — Proud new parents, Devin Huffman and Timothy Joseph, T.J. Huffman welcomed their first child, baby girl, Wren Lee Huffman. Born 7lbs, 5oz and 19.5,” Wren arrived at 3:39 pm on August 19 in the newest wing of the recently renovated Packard Family Care Center. Proud new Mom, Devin, is a teacher at Hackett Elementary School, and Dad, T.J., is a City of Beloit Firefighter. T.J.’s two sisters work for BHS as both a CT Tech and RN in the Family Care Center.Read More