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Wisconsin Department of Health Services

Division of Quality Assurance
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Assisted Living Facilities (CBRFs, adult family homes, etc.)

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Facilities Serving People with Developmental Disabilities

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Wisconsin Health Care Provider Directories

These directories list agencies licensed or certified to serve Wisconsin residents, including agencies located outside Wisconsin. Select links on the left for other provider directories (Assisted Living, Nursing Homes, etc.)

The Excel versions (spreadsheet) will require Microsoft Excel or any spreadsheet program that can read Excel 97. Note that shortened versions of provider names are provided in the Excel versions for use in creating labels.

  • Spreadsheet versions may not have all information contained in PDF directories.

Use the Provider Search application to locate and obtain additional information about specific providers/facilities. 

Also see the Consumer Guide to Health Care for more information about finding and choosing a health care provider.

Ambulatory Surgical Centers  (Last Updated: 03/17/14)

End Stage Renal Dialysis Providers (Last Updated: 03/25/14) 

Home Health Agencies (Last Updated:  03/25/14) 

Hospices (Last Updated: 03/25/14)

Hospitals (Last Updated: 03/17/2014)

Outpatient Rehabilitation (Last Updated: 03/25/14)

Comprehensive Outpatient Rehabilitation Facilities (Last Updated: 01/22/14)

  • Current no CORFs in Wisconsin

Personal Care Agencies (Last Updated: 11/11/13)

Portable X-ray Providers (Last Updated: 01/22/14)

Rural Health Clinics (Last Updated: 01/22/14)

Swing Bed Hospitals - contain beds that convert to Nursing Home care (Last Updated: 01/22/14)

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Last Updated: March 25, 2014