Grant Regional Community Clinic Lancaster
- Abby Allen, PA-C
- Brad Binsfeld, DO
- Krynn Buckley, MD
- Abigail Burns, APNP
- Katie Gudenkauf, APNP
- Erin Huebschman, MD
- Sheirlie LaMantia, MD
- Kelly Muench, PA-C
- Kate Reuter, APNP
- Adam Schope, MD
- Nate Stocco, PA-C
The clinic is open Monday through Wednesday, 7 a.m. to 7 p.m., and Thursdays/Fridays, 7 a.m. to 5 p.m. To reach the clinic by phone or to schedule appointments, please call 608.723.2131.
Closed on Thanksgiving Day, Christmas Day and New Year's Day. Closing at noon on Christmas Eve and New Year's Eve.
Questions regarding insurance can be directed to the hospital's business office by calling 608.723.3202. Patients can also call the phone number located on their insurance card if they have any questions regarding insurance coverage prior to visiting the clinic.
History of the clinic
Grant Regional Health Center acquired the Dean Clinic in Lancaster and the clinic was renamed Grant Regional Community Clinic, and it became part of Grant Regional effective Sept. 30, 2013. The purchase of the clinic was consistent with the hospital’s strategic plan to secure a strong foundation for health care in the region.
"The acquisition was part of our continuing efforts to expand the services of Grant Regional Health Center, as well as increase convenience for our patients," says Nicole Clapp, President/CEO, Grant Regional.
A stronger organization
The development arose from discussions with Dean Health–Madison and was intended to accomplish several goals, including securing a strong medical provider base in our region and linking the hospital and clinic to provide a closer network for quality health care services. Under the same ownership, the goal is to create a single, stronger organization to better serve the residents of Lancaster and surrounding communities
Formerly known as Grant Community Clinic prior to Dean ownership, the clinic has a long-standing history in Lancaster. It was in located on North Madison Street before relocating to the lower level of Grant Regional in 1998.
"We know how important this clinic has been to our surrounding communities for many years, and we are very proud to continue their tradition of providing excellent health care," Clapp explains. "It was an opportunity presented to us that we simply couldn't pass up."
During focus groups coordinated by Grant Regional, area communities were asked what their current health care needs were. "Patients told us they want to keep their health care local instead of traveling out of the area. Our goal is to meet this very real need in our communities by offering more access and availability to additional providers and more insurance plans than the clinic was able to offer in the past," Clapp says.