Our History

Marshfield Medical Center Credit Union was chartered in 1965 under laws of the State of Wisconsin by employees of St. Joseph’s Hospital. Until 1985 the credit union operated from office space in the hospital. That year we relocated to our own facility. Since then we have added numerous services and enjoyed exceptional growth. We are now conveniently located at 302 West Upham Street in Marshfield.

As a member-owned financial cooperative we engage in consumer and residential real estate lending to members, using deposited funds of members to support the lending activities. For almost 50 years we have been member-owned and locally governed by our Board of Directors elected by members. Feel free to navigate our website to learn about the different products and services we provide.

We are directly supervised by the Wisconsin Department of Financial Institutions – Office of Credit Unions and are also regulated by the National Credit Union Administration (NCUA). The NCUA is an independent agency of the U.S. Government administering the National Credit Union Savings Insurance Fund (NCUSIF) which provided FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE on member deposits. No taxpayer money is used for regulating or overseeing Wisconsin credit unions, as all activities of NCUA (and the NCUSIF) and the Wisconsin Department of Financial Institutions – Office of Credit Unions are funded by credit unions.