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 secure 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. 

Hunting Restrictions on Hospital Trails

As anticipation for the upcoming deer season increases the Hayward Area Memorial Hospital and Water’s Edge would like to remind you of hunting restrictions and safety precautions on the hospital’s property.

There are absolutely no firearms allowed on the Hospital Property. Archery hunting and trapping is prohibited on the hospital property without written permission. Permission for archery and trapping may be limited and is granted on a first come, first served basis. Those interested in requesting permission should call 715-934-4331.

For those who hike, ski or snowshoe on the trail system please take safety precautions by…continue reading.

Hayward Hospital Trails Scheduled to Re-open 

The Hayward Hospital Trail system will re-open on Saturday, November 22nd. Special thanks to FutureWood Corporation and the Hayward Area Ski Trails Association (HASTA) for all of their hard work in the clean-up effort.

Even though no firearms are allowed on the Hospital Property, please remember to take safety precautions by wearing protective clothing throughout the year and especially during the hunting season. The trails are adjacent to land and property owned by other individuals where hunting may occur.

The Hayward Area Memorial Hospital is evaluating replanting the pine planation next spring.

“Sustaining the beauty of the trail system and the availability for outdoor recreation is very important to us,” said Tim Gullingsrud, Chief Executive Officer of Hayward Area Memorial Hospital and Water’s Edge. “We hope that people have the opportunity to get out and enjoy the season’s early snow on the cross country skiing and snowshoe trails.”