• First Mile Bluff Baby of 2018

    On Tuesday, January 2 at 8:47 am, Mile Bluff Medical Center welcomed Hazel Grace Geissler to the world as the first baby born at the facility in 2018! Hazel’s parents, Renee and Jeff, and her big sister, Emma, were excited to meet Miss Hazel. Hazel did face some fierce competition to win the coveted title of the first 2018 baby. It was a race to the finish line as another mother was giving ...

  • Nitrous Oxide now available for laboring moms

    Mile Bluff's Obstetrics Department is excited to provide an additional pain management option. Nitrous Oxide is now available for laboring mothers. Nitrous oxide provides a non-invasive, self-administered pain management alternative that is a safe approach to helping relieve labor symptoms. This colorless, odorless, tasteless gas is used to decrease the pain a mother experiences during ...

  • Ready or not, influenza season is here - Don't be caught without a vaccine

    Believe it or not, influenza season is here. With that in mind, the healthcare community and the Center for Disease Control (CDC) encourage people to get vaccinated for the virus. Recognizing influenza... There is a common misconception that when you are sick to your stomach, you have ‘the flu.’ Although nausea can be a sign, influenza is actually a contagious respiratory virus that ...

  • Dr. Bryan Myers welcomed to Mile Bluff Team

    Mile Bluff is pleased to increase the care availability at Delton Family Medical Center with the addition of Dr. Bryan Myers. Doctor Myers is now providing full-spectrum family medicine services, and he joins Mile Bluff after working 11 years in southwestern Wisconsin. "Family medicine provides me with the opportunity to have variety in my scope of practice, and I enjoy that challenge," ...

  • Hospitalist program comes to Mauston

    Patients in Mile Bluff's acute care (hospital) setting, will now have the opportunity to be cared for by hospitalists, a team of healthcare providers specialized in inpatient care. Hospitalists work in partnership with primary care providers to meet the medical needs of patients while they are in the hospital. While oftentimes primary care providers in the clinic focus on prevention of ...

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