ProHealth Care opens clinic on Sunset Drive in Waukesha
ProHealth Care began seeing patients May 2 at its new clinic along Sunset Drive on Waukesha’s south side.
The clinic offers primary care and urgent care as well as laboratory and imaging services. It features 17 exam rooms and a treatment room.
Family medicine physician Stephanie McDearmon, MD, is accepting new patients at the clinic. She provides comprehensive care for people of all ages and is especially interested in helping people maintain their health and manage chronic conditions.
Dr. McDearmon accepts most insurance plans and offers online scheduling. To learn more about her background or schedule an appointment, visit ProHealthCare.org/McDearmon or call 262-928-0370.
Urgent care services are available at the Sunset Drive clinic from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. Monday through Friday and from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Saturday and Sunday. Anyone can walk in for care, or make a reservation online at ProHealthCare.org/UrgentCare. Reservations allow patients to remain at home or continue to work until their arrival times, reducing the time spent in a waiting room.
The main entrance to the new clinic is on the north side of the building, at 1011 Spring City Drive. A covered patient drop-off area will offer protection from the weather. There is ample surface parking, and two bus stops are located to the east of the clinic.
Additional providers will be added in the future to support the needs of the growing community.
The new Sunset Drive clinic is ProHealth Medical Group’s 15th primary care clinic and 11th urgent care site. There are three other clinics in Waukesha – on Moreland Boulevard, Barstow Street and Big Bend Road. Urgent care services also are available at the Moreland Boulevard and Big Bend Road locations, offering convenient access to care when your primary provider may not be available.