A $20,000 donation was given to the village of Baldwin by Anton Bergslien to build a community hospital.
Dr. Kunny started a clinic in downtown Baldwin.
Clinic was constructed at the corner of Curtis Street and Highway 63.
The third major remodel was adding a new surgical facility after the Wisconsin Department of Health determined the surgical facilities inadequate.
The fourth major renovation included a new emergency department, ambulance entrance, business office, waiting room and the addition of the physical therapy and cardiac rehab rooms.
Baldwin Hospital integrated with Baldwin Clinic and formed Baldwin Area Medical Center.
Baldwin Area Medical Center opened Roberts Medical Clinic.
Opened new facility and rebranded as Western Wisconsin Health.
Roberts Clinic expanded and added additional services.
Began offering robotic-assisted surgery.
Completed construction on the Drive-under Canopy at the front entrance and Ambulance Garage.