• Support local healthcare at foundation's annual Golf Outing

    Golfers are always looking for a good excuse to break out the clubs and tee off on the greens, especially with COVID-19 putting a damper on the spring golf season. This summer, Mile Bluff Medical Center Foundation is providing golfers with the perfect excuse to enjoy the sunny weather and hit the course, all for a great cause. Everyone is invited to golf with a purpose and support local healthcare ...

  • Brooke Benson, PA-C joins Necedah team

    Mile Bluff is pleased to welcome Brooke Benson, PA-C to the medical team at Necedah Family Medical Center. Brooke specializes in family medicine, and joins Drs. Angela Gatzke and Ryan Plamann in providing primary care services for all generations. Growing up, Brooke was always interested in having a career in healthcare. After caring for patients as a CNA and learning about various medical ...

  • June is Men's Health Month

    Studies show that women live an average of five years longer than men do. That is partially due to the fact that men are less likely than women to take preventative health measures, seek medical attention when necessary, and be properly diagnosed for conditions such as depression. Instead of seeking regular medical attention, history has shown that guys tend to ignore problems and hope they will ...

  • Donate blood and save a life!

    There is no substitute for the lifesaving gift of blood. It is precious, it is perishable, and the need for it is vital. Together, we can be a beacon of hope. Join your friends, family, co-workers and neighbors, and do your part to help save lives by joining the Blood Center of Wisconsin at one of two blood drives being held on Tuesday, June 16 and Thursday, June 25 from 9 am to 2 pm at Mile Bluff ...

  • Experience Mile Bluff - Trusted. Essential. Healthcare.

    To say that the past two months have been challenging, would be an understatement. As we’ve come together to navigate COVID-19 and the changes it’s brought our way, we’ve been forced to look at life differently. We’ve adapted to a new normal where the unexpected is what we expect. We’ve been educated about what is and isn’t essential. We’ve come to realize ...

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