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Our Story

Prevea was founded in 1996 when physicians from the West Side, Webster and Beaumont clinics partnered with HSHS St. Vincent and HSHS St. Mary’s Hospitals in Green Bay. In a very short time, Prevea established itself as a cornerstone of community health care. As an integrated multispecialty group, we offer services that can’t be found anywhere else in Northeast Wisconsin. We also offer our high-quality health care services in Western Wisconsin.

1996

  • Webster Clinic, Beaumont Clinic and West Side Clinic merged to form Prevea Clinic in Green Bay.
  • Paul Reckard, MD, was named president.
  • Added a health center to the Howard community.

1998

  • G. Robert Kaftan, MD was named president.
  • Added health centers to the Oconto and De Pere communities.

1999

  • Added health centers to the Kewaunee and Pulaski communities.

2000

  • Added a health center to the Seymour community.

2005

  • Richard Rolston, MD, was named president.
  • Prevea Clinic is now called Prevea Health.

2006

  • First Urgent Care opened.

2008

  • Added health centers to the Sheboygan and Sturgeon Bay communities.

2009

  • Ashok Rai, MD, was named president.
  • Expanded relationship with HSHS EWD through physician service agreements with HSHS St. Nicholas Hospital in Sheboygan; HSHS St. Vincent and HSHS St. Mary’s Hospitals in Green Bay.

2011

  • Added health centers to the Luxemburg and Marinette communities.

2013

  • Partnered with HSHS St. Vincent Hospital and Dean Health to launch Prevea 360 health plan.

2014

  • Community Memorial Hospital joined HSHS EWD and became HSHS St. Clare Memorial Hospital.
  • Added health centers in the Gillett, Lena, Mountain, Oconto Falls, Oostburg and Suring communities.
  • Signed 200th physician.

2015

  • Partnered with HSHS Sacred Heart Hospital in Eau Claire and HSHS St. Joseph’s Hospital in Chippewa Falls through a physician service agreement in western Wisconsin.
  • Added health centers to the Chippewa Falls, Menomonie and Eau Claire communities.

2016

  • Added health centers to the Arcadia, Cornell, Kohler and Osseo communities.