Translation and interpreter services are provided at no cost to the patient and are always available, either through a telephone language line service or with a local interpreter.
Services for the hearing impaired include sign language translation, telecommunications devices for the telephone and television closed caption devices.
For more information, call 715-537-3186.
Dining Facilities/Food Services
The cafeteria offers numerous options for dining and is located within the hospital building.
Private rooms are available for patient comfort and privacy.
Northland Treasures is a quaint little gift shop located at the west end of the medical center.
We sell cards, stamps, snacks, toys, baby gifts, jewelry, nonfiction books, seasonal gifts, inspirational gifts, home decor and more. Our staff of volunteers can help you find just the right item for that someone special — including yourself.
For more information about Northland Treasures or to become a volunteer, call 715-537-6766.
Gift Shop Hours
Wireless Internet Access
Free wireless Internet access is available for your convenience.
Mayo Clinic Health System offers CaringBridge, free of charge, for our patients while they are at one of our sites. A CaringBridge site offers many ways for people to stay connected with loved ones back home and elsewhere during any type of health event. It can be created wherever a patient or family member has Internet access. Patients and their families can post messages, updates and pictures, and loved ones can respond with messages of support and encouragement. The service is confidential, secure and private and is accessible only to individuals selected by the patient or loved one. Users have access to multiple privacy settings and can be assured that personal data is protected and will not be sold.
To set up a CaringBridge site, patients can visit the following page: https://www.caringbridge.org/createwebsite.
Interactive Patient Television System
The interactive patient television system provides patients greater access to information about safety, rights and responsibilities, wellness teaching and more. Patients use a customized wireless remote control or keyboard to view information when it's convenient for them, helping make their stay and their home care safer and more comfortable.
Red wagons are available in Barron and Rice Lake to aid parents of young children. See how they can make your experience here more pleasant.