• 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 ...

  • Hosta Walk to support nurse education

    The sunny rays of spring have arrived! If you are looking to get your hands in the dirt and start planning your garden, Nurses Helping Nurses has just the event to help meet your gardening and landscaping needs! On Friday, June 19, from 4-7 pm, area gardeners, landscapers, and plant lovers are invited to join Nurses Helping Nurses at Uniquely Hostas in Elroy for a hosta walk and sale. Located at ...

  • Parents encouraged to schedule essential routine well-child exams

    From birth to adolescence, well-child exams are used to track a child’s health and growth. During these routine visits, important vaccines may also be given. Due to “Safer at Home” orders, parents may wonder if well-child visits are truly essential or needed. “I would consider well visits, especially when patients require vaccines, to be essential,” says Dr. Ryan ...

  • Mile Bluff following specific criteria for COVID-19 testing

    We understand the desire for more COVID-19 testing in our community and in the state. If we could test more people, we would, however, across the country testing supplies and capacities are limited. This situation is not unique to our area. As with all Wisconsin hospitals, we are following the very specific criteria and state mandated guidelines for prioritized testing. Testing is not based on the ...

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