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Our History

When community members pooled their resources to form the Berlin Hospital Association in 1911, little did they know how much their hometown hospital would impact the local quality of life the next 90 years and beyond.

The Berlin Hospital Association - or Community Health Network as we know it today - has evolved from one small hospital, serving the Berlin community, to include two hospitals, a nursing home, nearly two dozen outlying community clinics, a retail pharmacy and a rehabilitation program serving nine surrounding communities.

Today, CHN works with community members to meet the needs of families in the east central Wisconsin area through a dynamic collage of services. We maintain strong, streamlined relationships with outside providers to ensure you receive the highest level of care available.

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CHN Volunteers

Volunteer_logoWhile expert medical providers, management and caring staff are instrumental in leading our organization, providing these services would be impossible without the dedication and commitment of our valued CHN Volunteers. Read More >>

CHN Foundation

foundation_logoBeyond hands-on medical care our CHN Foundation, a 501 (c) (3) charitable organization, is available to help area children, adults, and families. Read More >>

CHN Careers

Whether you prefer the excitement of helping implement cutting-edge treatment technology or the close relationships that evolve through contact with patients and their families, you can find your special place at CHN. Work With Us>>>
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