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Mile Bluff Medical Center and its outreach facilities employ a talented team of healthcare professionals. The practitioners at Mile Bluff are trained to meet a wide variety of medical needs. From treating coughs to delivering babies and replacing joints, Mile Bluff's team of providers is ready to serve you.


Family Medicine Providers

The specialty of family medicine focuses on creating lasting, caring relationships with patients of all ages. Family medicine physicians are highly trained in the most up-to-date treatments and technologies. Family physicians know that patients want more than a medical diagnosis - they want the comprehensive, personalized care that a family physician can offer.

Certified Physician Assistants

A physician assistant is not a doctor, but works side-by-side with physicians to diagnose and treat patients. All of Mile Bluff's physician assistants are certified by the state of Wisconsin. These providers conduct physical exams, diagnose and treat illnesses, order and interpret tests, counsel on preventative healthcare, assist in surgery and write prescriptions. Many provide care for expecting mothers; however these practitioners do not deliver babies.


Pediatricians specialize in the development and care of children, and the treatment of diseases that affect children. Pediatricians perform wellness checks, diagnose and treat acute care issues (such as respiratory infections, colds, headaches, abdominal pain, etc.), and also diagnose and manage conditions like ADD/ADHD. Pediatricians treat patients ages birth to 18.

Nurse Practitioners

Nurse practitioners are registered nurses who have special training in primary healthcare and other specialty fields. Just as certified physician assistants, nurse practitioners can perform many of the traditional tasks conducted by physician; however, nurse practitioners do not deliver babies.

Emergency Medicine Physicians

Emergency medicine physicians have been trained to evaluate and initially treat acute illness or injuries that require immediate medical attention. These physicians provide care in the Emergency Department at Mile Bluff Medical Center.


Providers specializing in gynecology are trained to diagnose and treat conditions that are unique to women (i.e. issues with reproductive organs and incontinence, irregular periods, etc.). At Mile Bluff, gynecologists consult with patients, conduct diagnostic testing and perform surgeries. Practitioners with additional training in incontinence issues are considered urogynecologists.

General Surgeons

General surgeons are highly trained to diagnose, treat and mange a wide variety of surgical conditions. They treat problems found in internal organs (digestive system, gallbladder, liver, etc.), as well as in soft tissues (abnormalities of the breast, etc.). With further training, some general surgeons also have sub-specialties and perform surgeries for other areas of the body or specialized procedures.

Orthopedic Surgeons

Orthopedic surgeons evaluate and treat patients for conditions that affect bones, joints, ligaments, tendons and muscles found throughout the body. Conditions can range from arthritis and tendinitis to fractures, sprains and muscle tears. Common orthopedic surgeries performed at Mile Bluff include: total knee and hip replacements, ACL repairs, carpal tunnel release and rotator cuff repair.

Internal Medicine Physician

Internal medicine physicians work solely with adults. Whether it's for general health concerns or a complex illness, internists use their training to prevent, diagnose and treat diseases. Through disease prevention and the promotion of healthy living, internal medicine providers help patients understand why wellness is important.

Maternity Care Providers

At Mile Bluff, many family medicine providers are also trained in obstetrics (maternity care). Expecting mothers can rest assured knowing that the team of maternity care providers will be there throughout pregnancy, childbirth and after delivery.

Providers who offer prenatal care services, include:

Providers who offer prenatal care and delivery, include:

Sleep Medicine Physicians

Physicians who specialize in sleep medicine assess and diagnose sleep disturbances and disorders. Mile Bluff employees diplomates of the American Board of Sleep Medicine. Initial consultations with providers are conducted at Mile Bluff Clinic. If a study is ordered, it will take place at the sleep lab in the homelike environment ofTerrace Heights apartment complex, next to the medical center. To review the findings of a sleep study, a follow-up meeting with a sleep physician will be scheduled at Mile Bluff Clinic.


At Mile Bluff, hospitalists work in partnership with primary care providers to meet the medial needs of patients while they are in the hospital.

Nurse Anesthetists

Mile Bluff's anesthesia team is made up of certified registered nurse anesthetists (CRNAs). CRNAs are advanced practice nurses with specialized graduate-level education in anesthesia and pain management. At Mile Bluff, CRNAs work with patients throughout their entire surgery experience. They constantly monitor every function of the body and modify anesthesia as needed to ensure a patient's safety and comfort.


Mile Bluff's Podiatry team is highly trained to treat your feet, ankles, and lower extremities.

Visiting Specialists

Mile Bluff has partnerships with several medical organizations, to bring additional services to patients in Mauston. Specialists from several medical fields visit Mile Bluff regularly. Referrals are often needed for these services.