APPLETON - Appleton hospitals are back up and running after Wednesday's power outage, but some clinics in the Fox Valley are still closed.
At Appleton Medical Center, power has been restored and operating rooms will reopen. ThedaCare, which owns the hospital, says surgeons will be allowed to decide whether to move their cases back to AMC or keep them at Theda Clark Medical Center in Neenah.
Employees had to re-sterilize the operating rooms because they got too hot during the power outage, while other parts of the hospital were running on generators.
The medical office building on the south side of the AMC campus is still without power. This building houses ThedaCare Orthopedics Plus and some doctors' offices. ThedaCare Child Learning Center continues to operate on a generator.
ThedaCare Physicians – Kimberly and FastCare in the Northland Mall in Appleton are still closed. Staff members from the Kimberly clinic have moved to the Darboy location and plan to start seeing patients there on Friday. The FastCare office in Darboy is also open.
Meanwhile, Affinity Medical Group says power has been restored to all clinics and beginning Thursday, all will be operating as usual.
Affinity-owned St. Elizabeth Hospital is operating as normal.
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