Ascension St. Francis Hospital - Outpatient Center | Ascension
Ascension St. Francis Hospital - Outpatient Center
Locations

Ascension St. Francis Hospital - Outpatient Center

  • Mental Health
  • Physical Therapy
  • Specialty care

Address

3237 South 16th St
Milwaukee,  WI  53215

Departments

About Us

Care teams at Ascension St. Francis Hospital - Outpatient Center in Milwaukee, WI, deliver specialty care that’s right for you.

Entrance & Parking Information

Endocrinology care

In Suite 200, our team at Ascension St. Francis Hospital - Outpatient Center is here to help. We offer care for children and adults with pre-diabetes symptoms, type 1 and 2 diabetes, gestational diabetes, and other endocrine disorders. By working with your primary care doctor and endocrinology specialist, we deliver personalized care for your needs.

Behavioral health care

In Suite 310, at Ascension St. Francis Hospital - Outpatient Center, our care teams diagnose and treat a wide range of mental illnesses. We care about how these disorders may affect physical and emotional health. Our care team offers programs to address complications linked to mental illness, including drug and alcohol addiction, family conflicts, and social isolation. We’re here to listen and understand.

Our doctors and care teams at Ascension St. Francis Hospital - Outpatient Center offer personalized, compassionate care for a wide range of behavioral health conditions. Together, we deliver a care plan that addresses prevention, interventions, treatments and recovery support services.

Cardiology and electrophysiology

In Suite 2300, we’re here for your heart care needs. Ascension Wisconsin offers a wide range of diagnostic cardiac imaging and tests. We work with you to help prevent heart attack or stroke, and we help you manage high blood pressure, high cholesterol and irregular heartbeats. We specialize in caring for many heart conditions, including AFib, congestive heart failure, structural heart and valve care, peripheral artery disease, and coronary artery blockages.