Post-acute COVID Care | Ascension
Ascension Medical Group Wisconsin - Oak Creek

Ascension Medical Group Wisconsin - Oak Creek

  • Mental Health
  • Primary Care/Clinic
  • Neurology
  • Cardiology


8020 South Howell Ave
Oak Creek,  WI  53154




To schedule a consultation with Post-acute COVID care, please call: 1-833-660-1642

Post-Acute COVID Care

Post-acute COVID Care at Ascension Medical Group Wisconsin - Oak Creek in southeast Wisconsin, delivers compassionate, personalized COVID-19 care.

Delivering personalized care for your COVID-19 recovery

Post-acute COVID Care at Ascension Medical Group Wisconsin - Oak Creek helps patients in the greater Milwaukee area who previously tested positive for COVID-19 and are still experiencing symptoms. Our doctors and nurses listen to understand your health needs and concerns. And we take the time to answer your questions. Then, we create a care plan with personalized COVID-19 recovery treatment and support programs.

As you begin to recover from coronavirus (COVID-19), you may find that you have lingering symptoms that interfere with your daily life. Your symptoms may include:

  • Muscle pain and weakness
  • Fatigue
  • Body, muscle and joint aches
  • Difficulty breathing
  • Neuropathy and myopathy
  • Headache
  • Falls and balance issues
  • Weakness
  • Anxiety
  • Depression

Our care team is ready to support you during your recovery and help coordinate your follow-up care. We can connect you to specialists, including pulmonologists, cardiologists, behavioral health specialists, neurologists, neuropsychologists, rehabilitation specialists, primary care providers, and others. All of our testing, treatments, and follow-up care is personalized for your needs. And, we can connect you to a network of plasma donation opportunities if you are interested.

Ascension Wisconsin hospitals, ERs, clinics, and facilities have strict precautions in place for the safety of patients in our care. We continuously monitor guidance from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and adjust our safety practices accordingly.