Every woman has a story to tell. We’re here to listen and help empower you through education, awareness, dignity and respect. We are dedicated to developing, enhancing and coordinating services for you throughout your life’s journey, from childbirth to midlife and beyond.
Many women over 40 experience gynecologic symptoms for the first time that are embarrassing to discuss. These are problems even our mothers didn’t talk about. It’s time to break the silence – women facing these conditions are not alone, and there are effective treatments we can help with.
Talk to us and together we’ll discover the best option for you. Call our nurse navigator at 715-874-0477 or toll free 888-236-2483.
We are dedicated to providing you with the highest quality breast care, including access to education, prevention, early detection and treatment of diseases of the breast.
When a test indicates the possibility of breast cancer, diagnostic testing is individually coordinated by a caring team of Nurse Navigators. The nurses will answer your questions, coordinate your appointments, connect you with resources, and provide you with emotional support. Because we know waiting increases your anxiety, we use Quick Steps from Detection to Diagnosis to give you a definitive answer as fast as we can.
We offer FREE mammograms and breast-related diagnostic services for women and men with cost concerns.
This program can help you if you have not gotten a routine mammogram, or you have not had a breast problem checked out because:
Our program includes the following services for people who qualify:
Note: Breast surgery and cancer treatment are not covered.
Services are provided at locations in Central Wisconsin:
Call the Aspirus Information Center 800.847.4707
This program is supported by a grant from the Central Wisconsin Affiliate of Susan G. Komen. Additional support is provided by Radiology Associates of Wausau, Central Wisconsin Radiology (Wisconsin Rapids), Associates in Pathology, Park and Associates (Wisconsin Rapids), Surgical Associates, Community Foundation (serving Langlade Hospital, and Aspirus Medford Hospital & Clinics), Pine Ridge Surgery Center, Wausau Area Hmong Association and Comunidad Hispana.
Eighty percent of the 25 million Americans who have osteoporosis are women. Women of all ages need to guard against osteoporosis as bone loss occurs as bones weaken with age.
Talk with your doctor about your risk. If you need help finding a personal physician, call the Aspirus Information Center at 715-847-4707.