The Western Wisconsin Health Roberts Clinic held an Open House Celebration on Tuesday, October 3, 2017. Board members from the Baldwin-Woodville, Central St. Croix, and New Richmond Chamber of Commerce attended a Ribbon Cutting prior to the Open House. Guests were able to tour the newly expanded clinic, enjoy complimentary healthy local refreshments, receive giveaways, and be entered to win prizes. Visitors also had the chance to meet our health and wellness team and learn more about the services and programs offered at the clinic to treat the whole family.
“The open house was an excellent opportunity to meet so many great people from Roberts and the surrounding area,” said Alison Page, CEO. “It was a great chance to educate visitors on all of the services that we have to offer at the Roberts Clinic.”
Roberts Medical Clinic officially opened in November 2010 as the first medical clinic in Roberts, Wisconsin. The clinic offers a full array of services including family care, obstetric, midwifery, functional medicine, and behavioral health services. The clinic is staffed by Dr. Clemma Nash, Marrie Simpson, Stephanie Waterman, Allison Morning, Kerry Dixon, Karen Johnson, Donna Elenkiwich, Dr. Farooqua Jafri, and Dr. Kathleen Farah.
Dr. Kathleen Farah joined the Roberts Clinic as an Integrative & Mind Body Medicine Physician and will begin seeing patients on October 12, 2017. She will continue to provide care at Mayo Clinic in Glenwood City and practice part time at the WW Health Roberts Clinic. Dr. Farah graduated from the University of Minnesota Medical School in Duluth and Minneapolis. She completed her residency at the St. Paul Ramsey Family Medicine Program and is board certified in both Family Medicine and Integrative and Holistic Medicine. Dr. Farah takes a special interest in mind body medicine, pediatric medicine, functional medicine, craniosacral therapy, and nutrition. She leads Mind Body Trainings in the community and nationally.
As of October 1, 2017, Kerry Dixon and Karen Johnson, Certified Nurse Midwives, are now offering Nurse Midwifery services at the Roberts Clinic. Nurse-Midwifery care includes a full range of services for adolescence beyond menopause. While prenatal and women’s health services are offered at both the Roberts and Baldwin locations, please note that birth services are only offered at the WW Health Birth Center in Baldwin. Midwifery services include:
- Primary care
- Preventative care: physical and clinical breast exam
- Gynecologic and all available family planning methods
- Preconception care: for those who are thinking about getting pregnant
- Care during pregnancy: prenatal visits
- Labor and birth care: no matter what type of birth you plan for: medicated, non-medicated, water birth, land birth
- Postpartum care including treatment of mood disorder
- Care of the normal newborn during the first 28 days of life including newborn exams, weight and color checks
- Lactation education and support
- Treatment of male partners for sexually transmitted infections
The Roberts Clinic is owned and operated by Western Wisconsin Health. For more information or to make an appointment, please call 715-760-3311. To find out more information on the services that are offered, visit our website at wwhealth.org.