Prevea Health

Our communities


We understand accepting a position with Prevea Health could mean relocating. Here is some helpful information about where our sites are located and what those areas have to offer. For more information on what Wisconsin has to offer, visit. www.wisconsin.gov.

Greater Green Bay Region

Brown and Outagamie counties

Lakeshore Region

Door, Kewaunee, Manitowoc and Sheboygan counties

Northern Wisconsin Region

Oconto, Marinette and Shawano counties

Western Wisconsin

Chippewa, Dunn, Eau Claire, Rusk, and Trempealeau counties


Greater Green Bay Region

Brown County: Allouez, Ashwaubenon, De Pere, Green Bay, Howard, Pulaski, West De Pere
Outagamie County: Seymour

The greater Green Bay area is nestled near the bay of Green Bay and the western edge of Lake Michigan. Milwaukee, Madison, the Twin Cities, Chicago and Upper Michigan are just a rew hours away by car.

Green Bay and its suburbs have a population of more than 230,000, giving the area a "big city" feel with "small town" friendliness. With a professional football team, first-rate theater events, a thriving downtown and excellent private and public schools, the Green Bay area is a great place to call home.

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Lakeshore Region

Door County: Sturgeon Bay
Kewaunee County: Luxemburg and Kewaunee
Manitowoc County: Manitowoc
Sheboygan County: Kohler, Oostburg, Plymouth, Sheboygan

Door County

Door County is home to 300 miles of spectacular shoreline and five majestic state parks. A four-season, outdoor/indoor recreation lover’s dream, it also boasts lighthouses, unique communities, performing arts, entertainment, boutiques, galleries and mouth-watering cuisine.

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Kewaunee County

Kewaunee County is located just east of Green Bay, along the Lake Michigan shoreline. It's home to numerous campgrounds, apple orchards, lighthouses, fishing charters and miles of scenic trails. Food and beverage lovers appreciate its wineries, brewery and cheesemakers.

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Sheboygan County

Sheboygan County is a growing community located between Lake Michigan and Kettle Moraine State Forest. With a population near 200,000, Sheboygan was once selected by Reader's Digest as "The Number One Place in the Nation to Raise a Family." The area boasts exceptional public schools, a clean environment, an afforable cost of living and strong economic growth.

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Northern Wisconsin Region

Oconto County: Gillett, Lena, Mountain, Oconto, Oconto Falls, Suring
Marinette County: Marinette
Shawano County: Shawano

Oconto County

Oconto County is located on the western shore of the bay of Green Bay and is home to about 37,000 residents. The area is home to a wide variety of outdoor activities including camping, ATV trails, beaches, fishing and more.

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Marinette County

Marinette County is located on the shores of Green Bay and boarders the Upper Peninsula of Michigan. State and county parks provide scenic leisure time surroundings. A vast trail system is ideal for those who enjoy ATVs. snowmobiling, hiking, biking and cross-country skiing. 

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Nicolet National Forest - Bagley Rapids: Photos courtesy of Oconto CountyCabela's Masters Walleye Circuit 2016: Photos courtesy of Oconto County and Cabela's Masters Walleye CircuitLake Wood Trail Head - Nicolet National Forest: Photos courtesy of Oconto CountyOconto River Valley: Photos courtesy of Oconto County

Pictures courtesy of Oconto County


 

Western Wisconsin

Buffalo County: Mondovi
Chippewa County: Chippewa Falls and Cornell
Dunn County: Menomonie
Eau Claire County: Augusta and Eau Claire
Rusk County: Ladysmith
Trempealeau County: Arcadia
 
Our western Wisconsin facilities are located about 100 miles east of the Twin Cities. Western Wisconsin offers rich histroy, wonderful outdoor recreation, nationally acclaimed music festivals and more.

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