• Let your dollar and your produce go further

    As the outdoor temperatures finally begin to increase, so does the amount of fresh produce available in stores. With more affordable prices for in-season produce, it’s easy to stock up on large quantities without taking into consideration the rate fresh produce spoils. It’s been estimated that the average family of four throws away $1,484 worth of food and beverages each year! The ...

  • Carla Lafferty thanked for almost 1,000 hours of service

    The staff of Mile Bluff Medical Center would like to recognize and thank Carla Lafferty for her service. Born and raised in Fort Worth, Texas, Carla now resides in the Juneau County area. For the past two years, she has been helping out in the transportation department at Mile Bluff through a government program called SER-Jobs For Progress. The program works with non-profit organizations to help ...

  • Cardiac rehabilitation, physical therapy programs help Ken reach new heights

    “If I could give someone advice, it would be to think about your heart when you open your mouth (to eat).” Those were the sentiments of Ken Warren, a former Mile Bluff cardiac rehabilitation patient. Ken’s Mile Bluff journey began when he had his sore knees examined by Dr. John Horan in the fall of 2017. Ken was told that he would need surgery to replace both of them. Two days ...

  • Looking for 'traveling chairs' in the Wisconsin Dells area?

    For individuals who need regular dialysis treatments, leaving their hometown is not always easy. It can be a challenge to find good dialysis providers that set space aside for travelers. Mile Bluff’s Wisconsin Dells Dialysis Center welcomes vacationing dialysis patients. In fact, the center reserves treatment chairs specifically for this purpose. Mile Bluff has been providing exceptional ...

  • Eye screening can save the sight of those with diabetes

    A special camera at Mile Bluff aims to improve access to screenings for one of the most common blinding diseases in the United States, diabetic retinopathy, also known as diabetic eye disease. Diabetic eye disease occurs when diabetes impacts small blood vessels, damaging the part of the eye called the retina. The disease can cause the blood vessels in the retina to leak and bleed. If it is not ...

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