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Health Care Provider Advisory Committee (HCPAC)

05/17/2019 10:00 AM - 05 /17/2019 04:00 PM

36500 Aurora Dr, Summit, WI- 53066-4899

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Agency: Department of Workforce Development
Contact: Patricia Brown 608-266-8764

Aurora Medical Center in Summit 
36500 Aurora Drive
Summit, WI 53066

1.Call to order - Steve Peters						                        						
2. Introductions - All
3. Acceptance of minutes for January 18, 2019 meeting - All				       
4. Future meeting dates - All  
5. Review of survey of practitioners to update minimum PPD ratings - Jim O'Malley in s. DWD 80.32 of the Wisconsin Administrative Code - Frank Salvi 
6. Review of ch. DWD 81 of the Wisconsin Administrative Code - All                                                                                                         		      	   
7. New Business - All
8. Adjournment 

Note:	

Directions to Aurora Medical Center in Summit 
Take the first entrance off of Hwy 67 and turn to the left.
You will see the Clinic Entrance - you may use the valet parking.
This meeting will be held in the Armour Conference Room 
There are volunteers throughout the first floor to answer any questions you may have.
	



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