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An Update on Prevea’s Western Wisconsin Operation
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Find your primary care

Prevea primary care

Specialized medical care for every stage of life.

Your primary care specialist is “your person” for all things health and wellness. 

Primary care specialists include physicians, nurse practitioners and physician assistants who can take care of your medical needs throughout your entire lifespan. Whether you have a cough or cold, a new ache or pain, or other questions or concerns, they are your go-to physician or provider and your partner in managing your care. By getting to know you and your family’s medical history, they understand your lifestyle and can help you achieve your goals.

It is important to find a primary care specialist and to schedule yearly physicals because it is valuable to your long-term health. By seeing your primary care specialist on a regular basis, you are being proactive and preventive at the same time. Preventive medical care involves yearly physicals and health screenings that can identify and treat medical conditions before they become major illnesses. This includes high blood pressure, high cholesterol, diabetes and more. As your health needs change, your primary care specialist will work with you to map out a plan to help you enjoy a lifetime of good health.

Family medicine

With family medicine, your physician and provider can follow you through all stages of life. Family medicine physicians and providers care for infants, children, teenagers, adults and elderly, so they can care for your entire family.

Internal medicine

Internal medicine specialists are "doctors for adults" who are skilled in solving diagnostic problems, preventing diseases and managing complex disorders of your body so you can continue to live well.


Prevea has dedicated pediatricians who specialize in taking care of children. We take care of newborns after delivery in the hospital and continue to be their doctor until early adulthood.

Women's care

Prevea women’s care includes obstetricians and gynecologists, maternal fetal medicine physicians, midwives, nurse practitioners and physician assistants who can care for women from teenage years to pregnancy and through all the stages of menopause.

Sports medicine

Family medicine physicians with extra training in non-operative orthopedics and sports medicine to care for your muscle, bone and joint injuries as well as concussion management.

Find a physician or provider

Routine physical or new concerns, our primary care team is here for you.