Prevea Health
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Prevea digestive health

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Most skilled team in the region

Most skilled team in the region

Our team of gastroenterologists perform advanced procedures to better diagnose and treat your GI conditions.
Prevea offers LINX treatment for heartburn caused by GERD

LINX treatment for GERD

Coordinated care with Prevea General Surgery for GERD procedure – LINX. The simple 60-minute surgery provides a lifetime of relief from acid reflux symptoms.
Partner with four area hospitals to provide the best possible care close to home

Strong hospital partnership

Partner with four area hospitals to provide the best possible care close to home; HSHS St. Vincent Hospital, St Mary’s Hospital Medical Center, St. Nicholas Hospital and St. Clare Memorial Hospital.
Wisconsin’s first Heartburn Treatment Center

Wisconsin’s first Heartburn Treatment Center

Get personal treatment from a specially-trained patient coordinator, physicians and dedicated nurses, who thoroughly discuss symptoms of GERD.
We use the most advanced technology available to more accurately provide a diagnosis

Comprehensive diagnostic services

We use the most advanced technology available to more accurately provide a diagnosis, including endoscopic ultrasound.

Regional outreach

Accessing GI services is easy due to outreach services we provide in Oconto Falls and Plymouth.

Care manager for chronic conditions

Patients diagnosed with Crohn's, colitis or cirrhosis work closely with a care manager to keep them as healthy as possible. 

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Key services

  • Colon cancer screening, including colonoscopy 
  • Comprehensive diagnostic services:
    • Fibroscan
    • Rectal manometry
    • Esophageal manometry
    • Bravo pH study
    • Upper endoscopy or EGD (esophagogastroduodenoscopy)    
    • Esophageal dilation for strictures    
    • Percutaneous endoscopic gastrostomy (PEG) tube insertion and replacement    
    • Endoscopic retrograde cholangiopancreatography (ERCP)
    • Endoscopic ultrasonography (EUS)
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