Your online connection to better health

When you need medical care, don’t wait. With visit options and convenient online scheduling, your next appointment is just a click away.

Office visits

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You can use our provider directory to find a new provider. Search by specialty or city to review profiles, watch videos and schedule office visits online. Or use the links below to find the first available appointment by specialty. Virtual visits may also be available by calling 262-928-2745. When you choose a ProHealth Medical Group provider, you secure a trusted health care partner.

Primary care

Family medicine Internal medicine Pediatrics

Specialty care

Urgent care visits

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We know you’re busy, so we make it easy for you to make a reservation at any ProHealth Urgent Care location. When you do, you’ll reserve your spot in line, online. You'll know when you need to arrive so you can continue to work or rest comfortably at home and save yourself time.*

We'll send a text message to remind you of your reservation as well as updates if we need to adjust your arrival time.

ProHealth Urgent Care is open from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. Monday through Friday and from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Saturday and Sunday. You'll find us in Brookfield, Delafield, Mukwonago, New Berlin, Oconomowoc, Pewaukee, Watertown and Waukesha.

Anyone can make a reservation online, or just walk in and receive care.

Make a reservation

*On average, patients who make online reservations spend nine minutes or less in the waiting room upon arrival. Actual wait times may vary by location and time of day.


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The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and ProHealth Care providers recommend vaccinations throughout your life to ensure you are properly protected beyond childhood immunization. Shingles, pneumonia, influenza, HPV, hepatitis B and COVID-19 vaccines play a vital role in your ongoing health and can save lives.

While infants and older adults face a higher risk of serious infection or complications from vaccine-preventable diseases, anyone can contract and spread them. Vaccine side effects are uncommon and if they do occur, they are generally far less severe than the diseases they are designed to prevent.

Make vaccination part of your preventive health plan. When you get vaccinated, you protect yourself, your family and those who are unable to get vaccinated themselves.

Schedule a COVID-19 vaccine

Schedule a flu shot

Note: Only a first dose of COVID-19 vaccine can be scheduled online. To schedule a second or third dose, call 262-928-5566. Third doses are limited to those who are eligible.

Virtual urgent care visits

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ProHealth puts convenient care at your fingertips. You can speak to a ProHealth Care provider face-to-face using your computer or mobile device. Same-day and next-day appointments are available for minor illnesses that don’t require in-person care or tests. From coughs and colds to rashes and infections, it’s the next best thing to house calls.

Patients must be 6 or older, located in Wisconsin and have a ProHealth MyChart account if they are 18 or older. Parents must have proxy access to a child's account to connect with a provider.

If you do not speak English or use American Sign Language or another means to communicate, a medical interpreter is available to assist you during your virtual urgent care visit. Request assistance when scheduling your appointment. There is no charge for the service.

Insurance deductibles and co-pays vary by insurance plan. Check with your employer or insurance company to confirm coverage.

Need help?

Our referral specialists can help you find a provider and schedule your first appointment, too.

Language assistance services are available for any appointment if you do not speak English or use American Sign Language or another means to communicate. Request assistance when scheduling your appointment.

Call 262-928-2745.

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