A place like no other...

When you walk through the doors, you may notice Hayward Area Memorial is no ordinary hospital. The technological equipment, qualified and experienced staff and physicians offer care in a setting that encourages family involvement. We offer spacious private rooms, windows with nature views and warm cookies in the morning.

Improving Your Care through Technology

PatientPortalHomePageGraphicHayward Area Memorial Hospital is pleased to provide you with online access to your inpatient visitor summary.

In order to receive access, you must have signed up during your inpatient stay at Hayward Area Memorial Hospital. We are only able to provide access to inpatients who received services August 2014 or later. To learn more about My Patient Portal, click here.

Women’s Community Health Expo

In honor of October’s National Breast Cancer awareness month, local health care facilities and organizations are coming together to provide a free community health expo for women on Wednesday, October 8, 2014 from 5:00-7:00 p.m. at Water’s Edge.

Educating women on breast health, the benefits of mammography and the importance of annual physicals and other screenings has brought representatives from Essentia Health-Hayward, Hayward Area Memorial Hospital, Northlakes Community Clinic and Sawyer County Health and Human Services together to host the third annual expo. These organizations want to get the word out that having an annual mammogram for women 40 and older is the best way to detect breast cancer early.

The evening will focus on health and relaxation with speakers talking about…Continue Reading.

Hayward Hospital Trails Closed Due to Storm Damage

 The Hayward Hospital Trail system is closed until further notice. The storm that moved through the area the morning of September 4th uprooted and toppled several trees, which are currently across and suspended over the trails. 

“Safety is our greatest concern,” said Tim Gullingsrud, Chief Executive Officer. “We ask that everyone refrain from using the trail system until we have the opportunity to remove the dangerous debris.”

A notice will be posted on www.haywardmemorialhospital.com and distributed to local media when the trails re-open.