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. Those who are scheduled to see these providers will be contacted
with specific location information. New appointments can be scheduled
for all providers and locations by calling Mile Bluff Clinic at 608-847-5000.
“I understand that these changes may present challenges for some,”
stated Wally Stamper, Clinics Administrator. “I can assure you that
this is temporary and that we will once again provide care in Elroy and
Necedah. Right now we know this short-term adjustment is what’s
best for the long-term health of our communities.”
Stamper continued, “We appreciate the support and patience of area
residents as we work to serve the healthcare needs of others while responding
to the difficult times we’re in.”
Although clinic operations are being put on hold, the on-site prescription
dispensing centers in the Elroy and Necedah clinics will remain open weekdays,
8 am – noon and 12:30 – 4:30 pm.
To stay up-to-date on all of Mile Bluff’s efforts, follow the medical
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