Your Primary Choice for Primary Care
A primary care provider (PCP) is often a patient’s go-to source for
medical care and information. Establishing a relationship with a
PCP is an important step in anyone’s health journey.
Primary care specialists are medical practitioners who deliver routine
care, treat acute illness, provide preventative wellness, and offer non-emergency
medical services. They also connect patients with other medical specialists,
A PCP focuses on the whole patient, rather than one illness, organ, body
system or disease. Mile Bluff’s team of providers includes physicians,
nurse practitioners, physician assistants and a midwife. They offer services
for patients of all ages, and offer a variety of primary care specialties.
Primary Care Specialties at Mile Bluff
Adult medicine – This primary care specialist is dedicated to the prevention, diagnosis
and treatment of health concerns common to adults. From general health
assessments to consultations for complex medical problems, an adult medicine
provider cares for the whole patient.
Family medicine – These providers have expertise in comprehensive medical and preventive
care for patients from birth through adulthood. While a family medicine
provider’s knowledge and skill may overlap with other specialties,
the family medicine process is very specialized. It is built on the patient-provider
relationship, with respect to the patient's role in the context of
the family. Some family medicine providers are also certified in obstetrics,
which allows them to provide family-centered pregnancy care and delivery services.
Internal medicine – These providers work with adults. Whether it’s for general
health concerns or a complex illness, internists use their training to
prevent, diagnose and treat diseases. Through prevention and the promotion
of healthy living, internal medicine providers help patients see the importance
of overall wellness.
Midwifery – A certified nurse midwife (CNM) assists mothers and families throughout
the pregnancy journey – from preconception to prenatal care to delivery
to post-partum care for mom and baby. However, CNMs do more than just
deliver babies; they provide health and wellness care to women of all
ages. This includes family planning, gynecological checkups, prenatal
care, menopause management, and more.
Pediatrics – Pediatricians specialize in the development and care of children,
and the treatment of diseases that affect them. Aside from wellness checks
and immunizations, these providers diagnose and treat acute issues such
as respiratory infections, colds, headaches, etc., as well as chronic
conditions such as ADD/ADHD. Mile Bluff’s pediatrician provides
care for children birth to 18 years of age.
Mile Bluff is your primary choice for primary care, with clinics in Elroy,
Lake Delton, Mauston, Necedah and New Lisbon. To establish a relationship
with a primary care provider, call 608-847-APPT (2778) to speak with a
new patient coordinator today. Click here to meet all of
our providers, and to search for them by speciality.