Important information during COVID-19
- Newborn, special care nursery and pediatric patients: Parents and/or legal guardians (COVID-19 patients: only one person)
- Birth center patients: Two support persons, including a doula (COVID-19 patients: only one person)
- Surgical and procedural visits: Visitors need to wait in their car or at home if possible. The surgery department will call the visitor when the patient is ready to leave.
- Patients who need additional assistance: A caregiver or attendant
- Compassionate care patients (end-of-life patients)
We’re encouraging patients to find other ways to connect with their loved ones, such as FaceTime, Skype or setting up Google Duo (PDF). Our patient care teams can help arrange video chats and more.
If you need in-person or emergency care, don’t delay. We’re open and ready to care for you, with rigorous safety and cleaning protocols in place to help keep you healthy. To see if you should be tested for COVID-19, please visit our COVID-19 testing page.
Your partner for mammograms
Be proactive. Be empowered. Be aware.
Most of us know strong women impacted by breast cancer – and being a woman is the most significant risk factor for developing the disease. Regular screening mammograms are the best way to detect breast cancer early, when it’s most treatable. We offer digital mammography, including 3D Tomosynthesis. Schedule an appointment or just walk in!
Ready to schedule a screening mammogram?
Schedule online or call 715-243-2895.
Walk-in screening mammograms also available.
For financial help in Wisconsin, call St. Croix County Public Health at 715-246-8365.
Mammogram myths and facts
Mammograms are extremely painful.
Mammograms only cause temporary discomfort so the best image can be taken. Talk to your technician if you are feeling discomfort.
You only need a mammogram if you have a family history.
It’s important for all women to get screenings. Screenings can detect issues at the earliest stages.
Mammograms can’t help detect breast cancer.
Regular screening mammograms can find even the smallest tumors. Talk to your doctor about how often you should get a mammogram.
Get the right info
Here’s some helpful tips, info and resources:
- What to expect at your first mammogram
- Simple ways to maintain your health
- Breast health ideas to keep in mind
Our full-service imaging center’s services include a wide array of procedures, from X-rays and 3D mammograms, to MRIs, ultrasound and now in-house DEXA services.
We’re equipped with state-of-the-art equipment and facilities that are updated on a continuous basis. With highly efficient care, results are given to your medical team sooner so your treatment can be as timely as possible.
Imaging services provided include:
- PET Scan
- Nuclear Medicine
- CT Angiography
- Interventional Radiology
- Digital Mammography, including 3D Tomosynthesis
- Bone Density Testing (DEXA)
- Diagnostic Radiology