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Ascension Columbia St. Mary's - Prospect Medical Commons

Ascension Columbia St. Mary's - Prospect Medical Commons

A department of Ascension Columbia St. Mary’s Hospital
  • Mental Health
  • Primary Care/Clinic
  • Specialty care


2311 North Prospect Ave
Milwaukee,  WI  53211





About Us

In Milwaukee, WI, Ascension Columbia St. Mary's - Prospect Medical Commons provides a wide range of health care for all ages.

Ascension Columbia St. Mary's - Prospect Medical Commons, a department of Ascension Columbia St. Mary's Hospital, provides personalized, compassionate primary and specialty care when and where you need it.


We are dedicated to caring for the whole person – body, mind and spirit. By listening to you, your doctor customizes a plan of compassionate care to meet your needs.

Family-focused care

Our primary care doctors and family medicine nurse practitioners provide a wide range of services from preventive health screenings, annual physicals and immunizations to treating acute illnesses. We care for every member of the family at all stages of life.

Internal medicine doctors and specialists provide care for children and adults with chronic and acute medical needs. General surgeons are highly skilled, including minimally invasive surgical procedures. These specialists include podiatrists experienced in treating foot pain or foot injury and gastroenterologists with expertise in treating problems with digestion, using GI and colon screening tests.

Women’s health

For women, we offer doctors who specialize in women's health, including breast, pelvic and heart health. We also have certified nurse midwives who provide individualized, compassionate, and evidence-based care to women and their families. In collaboration with the Birthing Center at Ascension Columbia St. Mary’s Hospital - Milwaukee Campus, our maternity care team helps you create a memorable experience. .

Brain and spine care

Our neurologists offer advanced care and treatment to children and adults with brain, spine and nervous system conditions:

  • Arthritis
  • Chronic neck or back pain
  • Migraine and headache
  • Multiple Sclerosis
  • Spinal cord injury
  • Stroke recovery
  • Traumatic brain injury

Foot and ankle podiatry clinic

At this location, Ascension Medical Group Podiatrists in Southeast Wisconsin provide a full range of services for foot and ankle injuries, toe and heel pain, and all podiatry conditions. In Milwaukee and from Sheboygan to Racine, our Ascension podiatrists are all highly experienced and trauma trained to diagnose and treat orthopedic foot, ankle and lower leg injuries in adults and children. Conditions include foot arthritis, big toe and foot pain, sports injuries, swelling of the legs and feet, diabetic foot evaluations, heel pain and plantar fasciitis, ingrown toenails and plantar warts, wounds and ulcer care, and surgical procedures to correct hammertoes, flat feet, ankle deformities and bunions. At our Sheboygan Clinic, Prospect Medical Commons, and Brown Deer Foot and Ankle Clinic, we specialize in procedures to surgically correct foot and ankle injuries or deformities with reconstruction or joint replacement. At these sites our care team also performs minimally invasive procedures to correct bunions.

Behavioral and mental health services

Doctors and care teams at Ascension Wisconsin sites of care focus on the whole you, providing behavioral, mental health, and substance use care. Caring for your mental and emotional health can help you more easily handle the stressors that can impact your overall health. If you or your child is feeling sad, overwhelmed or anxious, or struggles with an addiction, start a conversation with your primary care doctor at Ascension Wisconsin sites of care. They will listen to you and work with you on a care plan that’s right for you or your child. And if you need more advanced behavioral, mental health or opioid dependency treatment, your doctor will connect you to specialists, and help provide the compassionate support you need. Learn more about our adult and youth services.

Know what to do in a mental health emergency

Quickly recognizing the signs of moderate to severe mental or emotional distress, or a substance use crisis is the first step in getting necessary care. For emergencies, including severe mental health distress and suspected opioid overdose, ERs at our hospitals are open 24/7. Find emergency care near you.