Open House & Ribbon Cutting at The Bay

      The Oconto Area Chamber of Commerce Business of the Month is the Bay Facilities, formerly Woodland Village. The Health & Rehabilitation Centers are now The Bay at Suring, The Bay at Oconto and the Home Health Agency is now known as The Bay at Woodlands. This home health agency and these skilled nursing facilities have been located in Oconto County for over 40 years.

       The skilled nursing facilities have 50 licensed beds providing 24-hour care and rehabilitation services with a wide range of inpatient and outpatient services. They also provide service to patients who require additional support & recovery following an illness or injury.  There is a wide variety of therapeutic and clinical programs, amenities, engaging activities & events for residents. To make the transition to The Bay easier, they offer transportation from a hospital to the facilities upon admission.

       Their commitment is to help residents reach & maintain their greatest potential by encouraging functional ability in many ways such as physically, emotionally, mentally and socially. Therefore, the following services are provided to residents at no additional cost: fresh meals with alternative menu options, medication management, housekeeping and laundry, and a large variety of activities & recreational opportunities in house & within the community.

      An Open House and Ribbon Cutting was held on December 5 at The Bay at Oconto from 3:30-6:00 p.m. There was music, food, a silent auction, baked goods, a visit from Santa, & tours of the facility. This launched the new beginning of the Champion Care Company in Oconto. Leah Guiliani is the Director of Community Outreach and Admissions and can be reached at 920-392-2291 or email The administrator in Oconto is Mary Dufek and she can be reached at  You can also visit the facility on Face Book.

Some of the staff performing the ribbon cutting
Ron Hayes, Chamber President, Leah Giuliani, Admissions Director, Mayor LLoyd Heier and Santa