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McCullick joins Gundersen Boscobel Clinics

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Emily McCullick, PA-C

Gundersen Boscobel Area Hospital and Clinics has added Physician Assistant Emily McCullick, PA-C, to its medical team at the Gundersen Boscobel and Fennimore Clinics.

McCullick will provide primary care to patients of all ages and offer a variety of services, including well-child and well-woman exams, sports and general physicals, preventive care for diabetes and high blood pressure, joint injections and minor procedures.

A native of Wauzeka, Wi., McCullick graduated from University of Wisconsin-Whitewater with a Bachelor of Science degree in Biology, before earning her Master of Science degree in Physician Assistant Studies from the University of Dubuque.

"I watched my Mom advance her medical career throughout my childhood, and I loved hearing how she could help people. The mix of science, teamwork and the human mind and body has always fascinated me," McCullick explains. "Once I went to college, I volunteered in a children's center, nursing homes, an ER and overseas in a third-world country. The interactions and experiences with patients truly inspired me to turn my passion for helping others into a career in healthcare."

McCullick enjoys spending her free time with her family and her dog and likes to take advantage of our beautiful area by hiking and hunting. She also takes time to workout, practice yoga and play basketball.

"I grew up receiving care within the Gundersen Health System and have lived most of my life within this area. There's something special to be said about rural communities and the genuine compassion and comradery within them," says McCullick. "I really felt drawn to be able to give back to the communities that supported me growing up and who deserve exceptional healthcare. When the opportunity arose to join Gundersen Boscobel, I knew it was the right decision."

To schedule an appointment with McCullick or one of her colleagues at the Gundersen Boscobel or Fennimore Clinic, call (608) 375-4144.

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