Let’s find the right primary care provider for you
Mayo Clinic care is a lot of things to a lot of people. Team medicine. World-class clinical research. Patient-centered care. A ranking of #1 on the national honor roll.* Plus our own Franciscan tradition of compassionate care. It’s all of these—plus a special relationship that brings extra insight, continuity and quality to your care.
That relationship is with your primary care provider (PCP). When your PCP consults with specialists or anyone within the Mayo Clinic family, it’s with personal knowledge about you, your preferences, your medical history and health goals.
Assistance in Selecting a Provider
Call us. We’ll find the perfect fit. Led by an experienced registered nurse, our team of referral coordinators know our doctors and other clinical staff well… their special expertise, training and interests.
Do you have preferences?
- Age and gender: We want you to be comfortable enough to talk about anything that’s bothering you.
- Communication: A multilingual provider may be available.
- Your needs: Many providers have board certification or experience with specific conditions or therapies such as diabetes or depression.
What kind of care are you looking for?
- If you like the reassurance of having someone who knows your whole family, choose a Family Medicine provider (for all ages).
- An Internal Medicine provider is a good choice for those with medical conditions. Some specialize in a certain condition or age group (for adults).
- Pediatricians develop a unique understanding of your child’s needs and challenges as they grow and can spot problems early (from birth to young adult).
- Women's Health providers are part of a larger team focused entirely on women’s health, with a special sensitivity to their concerns for adolescents and adult women.
Our team can help
We are open 7 a.m. – 7:30 p.m. Monday–Friday
Have a health concern right now?Call 608 392-7500 to speak to a nurse.
A registered nurse will evaluate your symptoms or questions, help you determine whether you need care and connect you with a provider if you do.