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Prevea Health

Prevea orthopedic trauma center


Life can be unpredictable and accidents will happen. With Prevea and our HSHS-Eastern Wisconsin Division hospital partners, you can expect the best when the unexpected happens. Our orthopedic trauma and fracture experts have been specially trained to care for adults and pediatrics with minor to traumatic orthopedic conditions.

team includes experts in podiatry, physical and occupational therapy and orthopedic surgery

Orthopedic trauma care specialists

Our comprehensive care experts includes physical and occupational therapists, routine foot care specialists, podiatrists, sports medicine and family medicine physicians, physician assistants, nurse practitioners and orthopedic surgeons, including a fellowship-trained orthopedic foot & ankle surgeon. No matter what your foot or ankle injury may be, with our specialized care, you’ll find relief.
Local hospital partnerships

Hospital partnerships

If surgery is the right treatment plan for you, we have four surgical centers to best meet your needs in northeast Wisconsin: HSHS St. Vincent Hospital (Level II Trauma Center) and HSHS St. Mary’s Hospital Medical Center in Green Bay; HSHS St. Nicholas Hospital in Sheboygan; and HSHS St. Clare Memorial Hospital in Oconto Falls.

Leaders in bone health

If you suffered from a fracture, you may be referred for a bone health evaluation at our osteoporosis clinic to develop a personalized treatment plan.

Leaders in hip fractures

With one of the most comprehensive orthopedic programs in the region, our partner hospital, HSHS St. Vincent Hospital in Green Bay, is dedicated to the highest standard of care and is certified with the Joint Commission’s Gold Seal of Approval™ Award for Hip Fractures.


Treatment of

  • Fracture care - adult and pediatric
  • Polytrauma
  • Pelvic and acetabular fractures
  • Chest wall stabilization
  • Complex articular fractures
  • Upper and lower extremity fractures
  • Nonunion and malunion
  • Orthopedic infections
  • Minimally invasive fracture care

Better than the national average for hip fractures
  • Length of stay 3.3 days, national average 4 days
  • 99.3% of time patients are moved from the emergency room to operating room in less than 48 hours, national average is 89.4%
  • Mortality rate 30 days post-op is 7.1%, national average is up to 11%
  • Mortality rate 1 year post-op is 24.5%, national average is up to 36%
  • Infection rate is .08%, national average is 1.6%