Amy Bernards, PA-C

  • Dermatology
  • Dermatology

Mile Bluff Clinic 1040 Division Street
Mauston, WI 53948
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Accepting New Patients? Yes

Phone: 608-847-5000

About the Provider

Joined Mile Bluff in
September 2020

Provider Bio

Amy comes to work every day because she truly loves seeing and helping her patients feel better. Whether it’s identifying or treating a rash or acne, finding skin cancer, or just helping patients feel confident in their skin, Amy works to find solutions for her patients.

Believing bedside manner is the most important aspect of care, Amy treats her patients like a member of her family. She would never prescribe care or treatment that she wouldn’t want for herself or a family member. Amy's approach to treatment is to provide something that patients are willing to do and understand how to do. Patients deserve to expect results. If what she prescribes or recommends doesn’t have the result a patient is hoping for, then Amy will work with her patients to find a solution.

Outside of the clinic, Amy enjoys spending time with her family on the lake and with her chickens on the family farm. She is also the twin sister of Jennifer Schmidt, PA-C, Mile Bluff's orthopedic physician assistant.

Professional Certification(s):

Certified Physician Assistant by National Commission On Certification Of Physician Assistants


Amy received her Bachelor's of Science from Edgewood College in Madison, Wisconsin. She went on to earn a Master's degree in physician assistant studies from the University of Wisconsin - Madison.

Areas of Interest

Amy treats patients of all ages with medical dermatology services. This
discipline focuses on addressing medical conditions affecting the health
and appearance of skin in patients. In addition to doing annual full-body
skin cancer screenings, medical dermatologists address common skin issues
like acne, rashes, eczema, warts, psoriasis, contact allergies, and more.
Amy also does skin biopsies to test for skin cancers. While she does not
do cosmetic procedures or treatments, Amy does use Botox to treat patients
with hyperhidrosis, also known as excessive sweating.