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Patients can receive primary care services from Megan Byrnes, MD; Karolina Bulak, MD; Brant Gunderson, MD; Cody Ratermann, Gretchen Mueller, MD; Haley Bodette, MD; and Aleksander Downs, MD.
For the safety of patients and caregivers during the pandemic, ProHealth Care has implemented a visitation policy at its hospitals.
ProHealth Care plans to build a primary care clinic along Sunset Drive on the city’s south side. The clinic will offer both primary care and urgent care.
ProHealth Care is now offering COVID-19 vaccinations to all patients and to any other community members who wish to be protected from the virus.
ProHealth Medical Group clinic visits can continue as recommended during the pandemic when everyone in the child’s household is healthy.
Falling is a serious matter. Falls are the leading cause of injury-related deaths among adults 65 and older, according to the Centers for Disease Control (CDC). Here are a few tips to help you prevent a fall.
The Walks theme, "Choose your path," is designed to encourage people to walk individually or in small groups anytime and anywhere in May.
ProHealth Care is bringing back its popular gardening classes. The free classes will be held online this year, allowing even more people to participate.
Registration is now open for ProHealth Care’s 2021 virtual Walks for Cancer. The theme for this year, “Choose your path,” is designed to encourage community members to support the event and walk individually or in small groups during the month of May.
ProHealth Care will resume construction of its new hospital in Mukwonago and expects to be able to open it by late this year or early next year.
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