Starting with your newborn's first visit, we can see your child for everything from routine well-baby checks and vaccinations to unexpected illnesses such as ear infections or fever. Plus, we have convenient urgent care locations that offer fast, family-friendly care without an appointment. 

Care Team

Why might you want to change to an internal medicine physician for your care as you become older? Find out here.

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Wellness and Prevention

Medicare Part B offers two types of yearly visits that provide the opportunity for you and your healthcare provider to develop a personalized strategy for managing your health and preventing disease.

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Health Education

The more education you receive the more empowered you are to make informed decisions about your child's health care. ProHealth Care provides the following resources to help parents and children make good decisions that lead to healthy living.

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Urgent Care - located in clinics throughout Waukesha County

Get up-to-date wait times at our Urgent Care clinics and see a list of the types of injuries and illnesses treated.

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HPV Vaccine

Human papillomavirus (HPV) is a sexually transmitted disease. If vaccinated between age 9 and 11, individuals are better able to fight off disease from the virus.

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Message your doctor and view test results through MyChart

MyChart provides a secure online connection that allows you to request an appointment, request prescription refills and more.

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Immunization Schedules

The CDC provides a complete listing of recommended childhood immunizations and when to receive them.

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