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Family Medicine in Eau Claire
Specially trained in all aspects of family medicine, our physicians, physician assistants and nurse practitioners in Eau Claire, Wisconsin, provide personalized care and develop relationships with all members of your family that will last a lifetime. When you or your child need acute care, a regular checkup or specialized treatment for a health condition, the Family Medicine team provides expert care to keep your whole family healthy.
Be seen today
In most cases, you can call and receive an appointment the same day. Our receptionists are available weekdays at 8 a.m.
Family Medicine services include:
- Anxiety screening and treatment
- Behavioral health — depression, stress
- Care for minor illnesses and injuries
- Chronic disease management
- Dermatology — acne, moles, warts
- Family planning services
- Infant and children care
- Internal medicine
- Men's health
- Minor surgeries
- Nursing home visits
- Obstetrics and delivery
- Physicals for annual care, sports, school or employment
- Prenatal care
- Preventive screenings
- Weight management
- Women's health
- Workers' compensation
Mayo Clinic Family Medicine Residency Program
Family Medicine in Eau Claire also supports innovative resident education at the Luther Campus clinic. The faculty and residents can care for all your medical needs — from pregnancy care through delivery, yearly physicals and well-baby checkups to ear aches and injuries. For more information, check out the Mayo Clinic Family Medicine Residency Program and meet our resident physicians.
Is there a baby in your future?
Disease prevention is crucial to your health. Getting vaccinated is one of the best ways to maintain good health, and protect you and those you care about against infectious diseases. Vaccinations offer protection against serious diseases by stimulating the immune system to create antibodies against certain bacteria or viruses.
Get vaccine guidance from Mayo Clinic, including benefits, safety, side effects and what to know about recommended vaccines for babies, children, teens, adults and during pregnancy. For recommended vaccines based on age, refer to the adult or child and adolescent schedules.
Review the history of infectious disease outbreaks and vaccines timeline for information about major disease outbreaks, epidemics and pandemics, and the impact of vaccines and research.
Parenting tips and resources
Health tips for all stages of your child's life
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Illness and Immunizations
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