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Kyle Anderson of Melrose, Wis., wanted to give his baby daughter the best—including the best possible dad who would be around to watch her grow up. But at nearly 500 pounds, Kyle couldn't be the dad he wanted to be.
For some patients, psoriasis is hereditary. Others develop the conditionwithout warning. Read Samantha Espinosa's struggle with psoriasis and how she found the treatment she needed.
When Boscobel resident Paul Bloyer discovered he could have knee replacement surgery and rehabilitation in his hometown at Gundersen Boscobel Area Hospital and Clinics, he stopped his search for the perfect facility.
Kathy Brubaker's trip to the Gundersen Palmer Emergency Department turned quickly into a need for specialized care at the La Crosse hospital with the help of GundersenAIR.
After a visit to the Gundersen Moundview Hospital emergency room in Friendship, Myrt's X-rays showed she had five back fractures. The Gundersen Moundview Swing Bed program helped her recover and get back to her life.
Kim Przybylla, mother of Mason Przybylla (pictured), shares how her family benefits from Gundersen Tri-County's healthcare services.
Health systems, small non-profits, private businesses, law enforcement, school districts, local elected officials and many more are part of the Alliance to HEAL.
Sleep apnea is easily treatable. Most people associate sleep apnea with loud snoring, snorts, gasps and long pauses without breathing.
Non-vaccination hotspots—areas where there are high numbers of children who are not fully immunized—are a growing problem in the U.S.
Can traumatic events experienced in childhood affect your health as an adult? Absolutely, according to the research on adverse childhood experiences (ACEs).
Comprehensive cancer care is now available at two Gundersen locations, making it easier for patients to access the care they need.
Gundersen Tri-County Hospital and Clinics has expanded its outstanding services with an obstetrician/gynecologist and midwife.
You don't have to far to see someone about that nagging shoulder, back, knee hip or any kind of joint or spine pain. Gundersen Moundview Hospital and Clinics offers specialty care in Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation and Neurology in Adams-Friendship.
You pulled your hamstring. Your toddler has pink eye. Your spouse has sudden back pain. Would you know where to go for care? We have your guide for choosing the right care at the right time.
Many people with an ongoing illness describe palliative care at Gundersen Health System as an additional layer of support that enriches their treatment.
It's easy to get stuck in the fast pace and routine of everyday life. And with our schedules often maxed out, little time is left for an item that should be near the top of our list: self-care.
Are you thinking about having a baby soon? Lyn Wedyke, CNM, Gundersen Tomah Clinic certified nurse midwife shares three ways to prepare for a healthy pregnancy.
Your urgent care needs are 24/7—and, now, so are our hoursthrough Gundersen VirtualVisit.
Your leg pain could be a sign of a life-threatening disease.
Every day, Gundersen Health System staff deliver great medicine plus a little something extra—we call it Love + Medicine.
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