Page last updated: 4/3/2020 12:30 pm
This situation is constantly evolving. We will post updates as they become
During this challenging time, we want to reassure you that Mile Bluff is
actively working to protect you and your family as we address the COVID-19
We continue to follow the guidance of the Centers for Disease Control and
Prevention and our state and local health departments as we adapt our
operations so we can continue to meet the needs of our patients, our staff,
and our community.
Please refer to the
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) or
Wisconsin Department of Health Services for the most up-to-date information about COVID-19. For local information,
Juneau County Emergency Information website.
All Clinic Care shifted to Mauston, New Lisbon, Lake Delton (updated 3/30/20) - The Mile Bluff organization continues to prepare its response to COVID-19.
Efforts are underway to proactively conserve resources such as equipment,
supplies and staff. With this in mind Mile Bluff has made the tough decision
to temporarily pause the operations of two of its satellite clinics. Beginning
Wednesday, April 1, the medical providers from the Elroy and Necedah clinics
will begin seeing patients in Mauston, New Lisbon and Lake Delton.
Click here for more information.
What You Need to Know
This situation is changing rapidly. Information is subject to change, but
read important information about
what you need to know now.
Updated Visitor Guidelines (last updated 4/3/2020)
Out of precaution, Mile Bluff has implemented
Cancellations and Postponements
Following the guidance of the CDC and our local and state public health
authorities, all Mile Bluff support groups, classes, and events have been
canceled or postponed at this time.
What is COVID-19?
Coronavirus (COVID-19) is a respiratory illness that can spread from person
to person. Patients with COVID-19 have mild to severe respiratory illness
- Shortness of breath
Who is most at risk for catching COVID-19?
Much like influenza, individuals with compromised immune systems are at
a higher risk for catching COVID-19, including the elderly and those with
chronic medical conditions. If you are generally in good health, the risk
for contracting COVID-19 or having a serious reaction is low.
What are some precautions that should be taken?
COVID-19 is spread between people who are in close contact with each other,
and through respiratory droplets. This is very similar to how the seasonal
flu is spread. Taking everyday preventive actions to help stop the spread
of germs will help prevent the spread of COVID-19 too.
- Wash hands often with soap and water for 20 seconds or more.
- If soap and water is not available, use hand sanitizer with at least 60% alcohol.
- Avoid touching your eyes, nose and mouth.
- Stay home if you are sick.
- Avoid contact with people who are sick.
- Cover your mouth and nose with a tissue when coughing or sneezing, and
then discard the tissue.
- Clean and disinfect frequently touched objects and surfaces using a regular
household cleaning spray or wipe.
- If seeking medical treatment, tell medical staff if you’ve traveled
to one of the communities or countries where the virus has spread.