Breast Cancer Awareness Ride, Run or Walk

We invite you to participate in the annual Breast Cancer Awareness event with The Sports Den. You may participate as a bike rider, a runner or walker.

Please join us in the fight against breast cancer by riding, running or walking in honor or in memory of all those impacted by this disease.

Event Information

  • Date:  Saturday, October 14, 2017
  • Place:  The Sports Den 1202 S. Central Ave., Marshfield


Auction of Champions

Since its inception in 1982, Auction of Champions has raised more than $3 million for the National Farm Medicine Center at Marshfield Clinic, an invaluable resource for the agricultural industry in Wisconsin.


Supporters of research dedicated to keeping farmers healthy, happy and whole.


The premier black-tie, themed gala with raffles, silent auction and cocktail reception, followed by dinner and a live auction.


Riveredge Golf Course
Marshfield, WI


Thursday, September 21, 2017.


Proceeds support National Farm Medicine Center at Marshfield Clinic.

NFMC Community Impact

Over the past year, The National Farm Medicine Center has been able to:

  • Provide community outreach programs such as free bilingual safety training of Hispanic dairy workers, presentations and training to agritourism operators, skin cancer screenings, and exhibit at farm shows and professional conferences.
  • Conduct the Wisconsin Infant Study Cohort, which examines the link between a farm upbringing and stronger immunity. The objective is to identify key microbial exposures on farms that aid in immunity and offer exposure to non-farm children to reduce rates of respiratory illnesses.
  • Continue the Rollover Protective Structures (ROPS) Rebate program, which provides financial support to encourage farmers to install a ROPS system on older tractors. When used with seatbelts, ROPS are 99% effective at protecting farmers during tractor rollovers which is the leading cause of deaths on farms.
  • Support Veterans-to-Farmers, our heroes returning from danger of war who pursue life as a farmer through research aimed at gaining a grounded understanding of V2Fs. Research includes perceived therapeutic benefits of transitioning to agriculture; knowledge, attitudes and beliefs about safety; and specific health and safety risks. This effort will be to make sure that those who served to keep us safe remain safe while pursuing a vital career.

For additional information please contact Tiffany Halan at or 715-387-9189.

MCHS Foundation
1000 North Oak Ave – 1R1
Marshfield, WI  54449-5777
715 387-9249

ALS Steps for Hope

Join us for the third annual ALS Steps for Hope Run/Walk in memory of John Braun. Proceeds benefit ALS Research at Marshfield Clinic.

If you can’t join us for the walk, but still want to support ALS Research at Marshfield Clinic, make a donation to ALS Steps for Hope.

Please contact Mary Beth Knoeck with any questions at or 715-389-3258.

Event Info

Saturday, September 9, 2016

Wildwood Park and Zoo
1800 S Roddis Ave.
Marshfield, WI 54449


1-mile family friendly walk through Wildwood Park and Zoo.

Please no pets or skateboards.

Strollers, wagons, wheelchairs welcome.

Hub City Day’s Duathlon


Athletes of all abilities and relay teams


2-mile run, 14-mile bike ride and 2-mile run, performed individually or with a relay team


UW – Marshfield/Wood County
Marshfield, WI


Saturday, July 29

Kids Duathlon


Athletes of all abilities, ages 6-12


Ages 6-8   – ¼ mile run, 1.5 mile bike ride and ¼ mile run
Ages 9-12 – ½ mile run, 2 mile bike ride and ½ mile run


UW – Marshfield/Wood County
Marshfield, WI


Friday, July 28, 2017


Youth Net is a youth development program serving 8-18 year olds living in the Marshfield area. The program targets educational and academic success, development of personal and social skills and participation in recreational activities and supervised community service opportunities.


2017 Mike’s Run

Marshfield Clinic and the family and friends of Mike Hackman have joined together to speak out about mental illness.

Through Mike’s Run, we want to bring awareness of mental health problems to the public and provide a hopeful message for all people affected by these challenges. A passion for advocating mental health awareness and providing a hopeful message to those affected brought event organizers together in 2011 and continues to inspire others.


Runners, walkers and supporters of mental health awareness


2-mile fun run/walk or 5-mile run


Steve J. Miller Recreation Area
(near Hackman Field)
Marshfield, WI


Saturday, June 24, 2017


Proceeds will benefit mental health services at Marshfield Clinic, including family resources, support groups, new treatment options and awareness campaigns.

For more information contact Anna Selk at or 715-387-9249.

MCHS Foundation
1000 North Oak Ave – 1R1
Marshfield, WI  54449-5777
715 387-9249


The Steven Meissner Memorial Classic Fore The Kids

The Steven Meissner Memorial Classic was created in memory of Steven Meissner who was killed in a car accident in 2005. Steven Meissner was very passionate about making a difference in the lives of children and believed that every single child deserves happiness. The goal of this event is to provide and improve education, health, family and overall well-being in the lives of children.


Golfers of all skill levels


18-hole scramble golf tournament


RiverEdge Golf Course
Marshfield, WI


Tuesday, June 13, 2017


Proceeds support Marshfield Clinic’s Youth Net program and Pediatric Needs at Marshfield Clinic.

For more information contact Anna Selk at or 715-387-5766

MCHS Foundation
1000 North Oak Ave – 1R1
Marshfield, WI  54449-5777
715 387-9249


The Effects of Substance Abuse and Family Impact

Monday, March 20, 2017 / Dinner at 5:00 pm / Presentation 5:30 – 7:00 pm

Marshfield Clinic, Froehlke Auditorium Laird Center for Medical Research / W Kalsched Street, Marshfield, WI 54449

Hear from “Your Choice”, a family’s story about a loved one’s struggle with addiction and how they found strength to get through it. Don’t miss your chance to get a “Wake up Call” – Tour a typical adolescent’s bedroom as common items that can be associated with drug use are identified. Learn from a state adolescent treatment expert about why substance abuse has such a serious impact on the developing adolescent brain and what behavioral changes may take place. For Parents /Guardians, Extended Family Members and Community Members (Children of any age are welcome to participate in supervised activities)

Note: Wake up call is age appropriate for those 21 and over, as requested by the presenters.

Guest Speaker: Rick Sandl and Tyler Lybert, Ashleigh Nowakowski, Your Choice to Live, Inc. Lucas Moore, LCSW, SUDS, Private Practice.

Free dinner and child care – Registration required (by Wednesday, March 15, 2017)

To register, contact Marshfield Clinic Center for Community Outreach, Cecely Hoyt at 715-221-8412 or, or register at:

This event is brought to you in part by Marshfield Saint Joseph’s Hospital.



Marshfield Clinic: Legacy Week

In 2016, Marshfield Clinic celebrates 100 years of enriching lives through accessible, high-quality health care, research and education.

To the many physicians, researchers, staff, community members and donors who have supported our mission over this 100 years, thank you.

From humble beginnings in 1916 when six physicians – Drs. K.W. Doege, William Hipke, Victor Mason, Walter G. Sexton, H.H. Milbee and Roy P. Potter – founded Marshfield Clinic, we now have 700 physicians, 6,800 employees and over 50 locations in Wisconsin.

With innovations in integrated health care, personalized medicine, enhanced patient experience and cutting-edge medical technologies, we are poised to step boldly into our next century of health care for the future.

But, we cannot do it without your help.

As one of few large, independent, nonprofit multispecialty medical clinics in the United States, we rely heavily on philanthropy to provide the best patient care, education and research possible. Many of our most meaningful programs, including Child Life, Reach Out and Read, WINGS and The National Farm Medicine Center, would not be possible without the generosity of our donors.

To help us continue serving our patients with top-quality health care right here in Wisconsin and beyond, we ask you to consider a gift to an area meaningful to you.

As we celebrate our 100th year, we invite you to share in our pride, humility and joy in what we have accomplished, as well as our excitement, expectations and vision for what the future holds.

The future of health care at Marshfield Clinic is bright. Join us in making it shine.

Legacy Week
Marshfield Clinic Campus: October 10-14, 2016
Activities will be held throughout the week at Marshfield Clinic Campus and the Laird Center for Medical Research, including history exhibits, clinic tours, and city tours.

Monday, October 10, 2016
Special Events – TBD

Tuesday, October 11, 2016
Sebold Award Presentation – Froehlke Auditorium – Evening (time TBD)

Wednesday, October 12, 2016: Education Day
Graduate Medical Education Reunion/Luncheon – Time TBD

Thursday, October 13, 2016: History Day
Simulation Lab Open House – 9:00-11:00am

Friday, October 14, 2016: Research Day
Morning and afternoon research sessions, tours – TBD

Hotel Information:

A block of rooms has been reserved at Hotel Marshfield for October 11-14, 2016 at a discounted rate. Please call Hotel Marshfield at 715-387-2700 and reference Marshfield Clinic Centennial when making your reservations. Kindly reserve your room by September 5, 2016. For more information on Hotel Marshfield, visit


Marshfield Clinic’s 100th anniversary celebration

Special 100th anniversary events to take place Oct. 10-14

Marshfield Clinic’s 100th anniversary celebration will culminate with a week of speakers, tours, historical displays and special events Oct. 10-14 at Marshfield Clinic Marshfield Center.

Legacy Week will honor Marshfield Clinic’s past while focusing on current patient care, research and education initiatives and looking forward to the future of health care in Wisconsin. Special events will take place to celebrate Marshfield Clinic’s generous supporters and donors as they move forward into the next 100 years, including an Emeritus Reunion and Founders’ Dinner at Hotel Marshfield.

Gov. Scott Walker officially declared Thursday, Oct. 13, as Marshfield Clinic Day in Wisconsin.

Legacy Week invited speakers will include:

  • Oct. 12 – Dr. Robert Golden, dean, University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health
  • Oct. 13 – Shauna Devine, assistant professor, Department of Medical History, Western University School of Medicine, Pomona, California
  • Oct. 14 – Dr. Lee Gravatt Wilke, director, UW Health Breast Center

These presentations will be free and open to the public.


“Walk to School Day” October 5

Marshfield Mayor Chris Meyer has proclaimed October as Walk and Bicycle to School Month and Wednesday, Oct. 5, as International Walk to School Day in the City of Marshfield. The City of Marshfield, Marshfield Clinic, Healthy Lifestyles-Marshfield Area Coalition, Marshfield Noon Rotary Club and eight Marshfield area elementary schools will celebrate International Walk to School Day. Students in grades K-6 will walk to school from home or drop-off points, or walk with their schoolmates during the school day to emphasize the importance of being physically active and of having safe routes to walk and bike to school.

Parents of elementary school students can contact their child’s school for more details about Walk to School events or the Marshfield Clinic Center for Community Outreach at 715-221-8400 or

For more information about the Walk/Bike Challenge, contact Josh Miller at 715-486-2075 or