To get great care for your everyday life, visit our convenient location where you’ll receive compassionate, personalized care.
Conveniently located in Menasha, our board-certified doctors, therapists and nurse practitioners provide residents in Winnebago County with specialty healthcare services for every member of your family, at all stages in life.
Each time you visit our clinic, we begin with listening. By understanding you and your health and by working together, we help make sure you’re getting the care you need and the best care possible.
For adults with chronic and complex medical conditions, our internal medicine doctors give you the expertise you need, including skin care, eye care, digestive health and diabetes care. We also offer pediatric eye care. Our general surgeons are skilled in a full range of surgical procedures, including minimally invasive techniques.
Our clinic offers neighborhood access to the rehabilitation programs of Ascension NE Wisconsin. From physical therapy and occupational therapy to speech therapy, our therapists advance the care of damaged muscles, bones or nerves for adults and children. We provide therapies to help manage pain associated with chronic conditions or surgery, including:
- Chronic neck and back pain
- Carpal tunnel syndrome
- Hip and knee replacements
- Cancer rehab, including lymphedema
Whether your goal is to increase daily independence or be as healthy as you can be, our specialists are committed to helping you live your life to the fullest.
When you see an Ascension Medical Group provider, you’re connected to so much more. In fact, your doctor has access to the latest technologies and treatments, as well as thousands of primary and specialty care doctors across the state and across the country. This ensures you are getting the care that’s right for you and your situation. Find a doctor now.
Learn more about Ascension Wisconsin sites of care at https://healthcare.ascension.org/Sites-of-Care/Wisconsin. This includes Ascension’s Veterans Choice programs for veterans experiencing difficulty accessing the VA for care.