Ascension NE Wisconsin - Mercy Campus
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Ascension NE Wisconsin - Mercy Campus in Oshkosh, Wisconsin delivers specialty and 24/7 emergency care and a Level III Trauma Center. We provide advanced surgical care for serious and life-threatening injuries and illnesses. Our care teams listen to understand your health needs and deliver care that's right for you. Ascension Mercy is a destination for specialty care - including orthopedics, heart and vascular health, cancer care, behavioral health and radiology.
Our OB-GYN maternity care teams at our Birthing Center deliver a personalized birthing experience and advanced neonatal care for sick babies. We offer a wide range of minimally invasive procedures using robotic-assisted technology, imaging and lab tests, a dedicated inpatient rehabilitation center, all on one campus.
If you or a loved one are experiencing symptoms of a stroke, every second counts. It's important to get to the right place, at the right time. The Ascension Mercy Primary Stroke Center is Oshkosh’s advanced stroke center. Our care teams are here 24/7 - delivering advanced stroke care for even the most complex cases around the clock.
Delivering personalized cancer care
At the Michael D Wachtel Cancer Center, our doctors and nurses listen to understand your health care needs and concerns and answer your questions. Then, we deliver a care plan with personalized cancer treatments and support programs. Our medical, radiation and surgical oncologists, oncology-certified nurses, palliative care specialists, genetic counselors, patient navigators, social workers, financial advocates, dietitians, chaplains, and cancer rehabilitation specialists focus on your needs. We’re dedicated to supporting you throughout your cancer treatment.
Care for your everyday health needs
Our primary and specialty care doctors offer advanced care close to home. Learn more about our services and programs:
If you are experiencing a life-threatening medical emergency, go to the nearest ER or call 911.