Prevea’s Family Medicine Residency Programs are primary care medical clinics that are open to the public. Here, we see children and adults of all ages and in all stages of life for a variety of health care needs, including but not limited to general
Family medicine resident physicians and faculty physicians work together, providing patients with a collaborative approach to medical care, and spend time getting to know their patients at each appointment. Whether you’re not feeling well, you need yearly physical or you have a health concern you’ve been struggling with, we’re here for you. The best part? If you’re looking to get in quickly to see a family medicine doctor, we often have same-day and next-day appointments.
We care for individuals or an entire family. From pregnancy care to delivery, followed by newborn care and care for mom after baby is born, resident physicians can follow you and your growing family. This includes ongoing care for mom, dad and your child(ren).
- Routine care for newborns, children, adults and elderly
- Yearly physicals and health screenings
- Preventive medicine
- Well-child visits
- Adult and childhood vaccinations
- Routine women’s care
- Pregnancy care (including ultrasounds) and delivery
- Sports physicals
- Sports medicine care
- Credentialed ImPact™ Consultant - diagnose and manage concussions
- Non-operative orthopedic care
- Casting and splinting
- Advanced non-operative musculoskeletal services, including:
- Ultrasound evaluation
- Ultrasound guided injections
- Tenex Health TX® for tendon pain
- Osteopathic manipulative treatment
- Medication management
- Diagnosis and treatment of chronic health conditions
- High blood pressure/hypertension
- High cholesterol
- Geriatric care including home visits, and nursing home and end-of-life care
- Geriatric Assessment Clinic
Health care when you need it.
If you're not feeling well, you’re looking for a new PCP, or you've been putting off your annual trip to the doctor, we've got you covered with same-day or next-day appointments to accommodate your schedule and help you get the health care you need, when you need it. Call us or schedule an appointment online.
Family medicine residency locations
Prevea has residency programs in Eau Claire and Augusta in western Wisconsin, and in Green Bay in eastern Wisconsin.
- Prevea Augusta Health Center - 207 W. Lincoln St., Suite 1, Augusta, WI 54722 | (715) 286-2270
- Prevea Health - 617 W. Clairemont Ave., Eau Claire, WI 54701 | (715) 839-5175
- Prevea Shawano Avenue Health Center - 1727 Shawano Ave., Green Bay, WI 54303 | (920) 431-1810
In western Wisconsin the Prevea Health Family Medicine Residency Program is a partnership between Prevea Health, HSHS Sacred Heart Hospital and the Wisconsin Northern & Central Graduate Medical Education Consortium (WiNC GME Consortium).
In eastern Wisconsin the MCW-Prevea Family Medicine Residency Program is a partnership between Prevea Health, HSHS St. Vincent Hospital, Medical College of Wisconsin (MCW) and the Wisconsin Northern & Central Graduate Medical Education Consortium (WiNC GME Consortium).
Resident Program FAQWhat is a resident physician?
Residents are licensed physicians who have completed medical school and are now going through specialized medical training in a particular field of medicine. In this case, the field of medicine is family medicine. They work under the supervision of experienced faculty physicians, providing direct medical care to patients.
Why would I want to see a resident physician?
There are several benefits to seeking care from our family medicine resident physicians.
- You have access to same-day or next-day appointments.
- The resident physicians spend time with you at your appointment, getting to know you and your health goals. You’ll never feel rushed.
- Instead of one physician evaluating and caring for you, you get a second opinion when the resident physician discusses your care plan with the faculty physician.
- Family medicine resident physicians can take care of your overall health. Whether you are feeling sick, have a chronic health condition or you just visit the doctor once a year to check up on your health, our resident physicians can care for you.
- You are participating in the training of new family medicine physicians and contributing to the future of medicine and improving access to health care.
Resident physicians have a medical degree (MD, DO) – signifying the completion of medical school. During medical school, in addition to advanced science coursework, medical students complete two years of direct patient care in multiple medical specialties.
Does a resident have a medical license?
Yes. All of our resident physicians are licensed by the state of Wisconsin and work under the supervision of an attending physician.
What is the purpose of a family medicine residency program?
The purpose of the Prevea’s residency programs are for resident physicians to enhance their learning experience for the full spectrum of family medicine so they can follow patients through their entire health care journey – from routine medical care to unexpected health concerns and hospitalization; through pregnancy, labor and delivery, and taking care of newborns; to nursing home and end of life care.
Can a resident physician be my PCP?
If you’re looking for a primary care provider, you can establish with one of our family medicine physicians. We’re dedicated to helping you feel your best.
Interested in learning more? Are you a medical school graduate looking to apply?
If you're a medical student who would like more information about our residency program, including family medicine resident physician recruitment and details, click here for more information about the residency program in Green Bay and click here to learn more about the Eau Claire and Augusta program.