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Surgical Associates remains dedicated to keeping patients, their families and its medical staff safe and healthy amid the rapidly-evolving COVID-19 pandemic. To limit the exposure risk of everyone involved, Surgical Associates is maximizing the use of telehealth technology to keep patients home and prevent the spread of the virus. To maintain patients’ quality of life […]

Anna Wicklund, N.P., to also play key role in the development of group’s new “Longevity Clinic”   WAUSAU, WI – Surgical Associates, S.C. is thrilled to announce the addition of Anna Wicklund, N.P., to its Aesthetics/Plastic Surgery team. Wicklund has been specializing in aesthetics and facial rejuvenation in North Central Wisconsin for three years, treating […]

New minimally invasive procedure prevents strokes   Surgical Associates, S.C. is the first in the region to treat carotid artery disease and prevent future strokes using a new procedure called TransCarotid Artery Revascularization (TCAR). TCAR (tee-kahr) is a clinically proven, minimally invasive and safe approach for high surgical risk patients who need carotid artery treatment. […]

Prestigious recognition highlights ongoing excellence in care and service to patients   Surgical Associates, S.C., Central Wisconsin’s largest private surgical practice, is proud to announce it has achieved accreditation by the Accreditation Association for Ambulatory Health Care (AAAHC). Status as an AAAHC-accredited organization affirms that Surgical Associates meets rigorous, nationally-recognized standards for health care services. […]

Dr. Jennine Larson Selected as Aspirus Health Foundation’s 2018 Physician Champion   WAUSAU, WI – Dr. Jennine Larson, of Surgical Associates, was honored as Aspirus Health Foundation’s 2018 Physician Champion at its “Partners in Health” donor appreciation event on Thursday, October 4. The annual event celebrates the donors, volunteers and partners who support the Foundation’s work to promote […]

Early detection of life threatening heart disorders, stroke and other diseases is possible through the use of vascular testing procedures performed within hospitals, outpatient centers and physicians’ offices. Cardiovascular diseases are the number one cause of death in the United States. On average, one American dies every 39 seconds of cardiovascular disease—disorders of the heart […]