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Gundersen in Tomah reopen



Water damage closed clinic in January

TOMAH, Wis. — The Gundersen Clinic in Tomah is ready for patients again today. 

The clinic reopens, nearly three months after cold January weather caused a sprinkler pipe to burst, leading to extensive flood damage.  

The walls are repainted walls and floors replaced. 

Some medical and office equipment also had to be replaced because of the water damage.

Tomah Memorial Hospital and other nearby medical facilities have seen patients in the weeks since the Gundersen building had to be closed.

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