Physician Assistants in Wisconsin

Milwaukee (612)Madison (364)La Crosse (132)Green Bay (131)Appleton (73)Eau Claire (72)Waukesha (63)Wausau (62)Wauwatosa (60)Marshfield (47)Janesville (40)Kenosha (39)Stevens Point (37)Mount Pleasant (34)Menomonee Falls (31)Sheboygan (29)Brookfield (27)Greenfield (26)Franklin (23)Neenah (23)Fond du Lac (20)Oshkosh (20)Mequon (20)Menomonie (19)Mauston (19)Portage (18)Barron (17)Rice Lake (16)West Allis (16)Wisconsin Rapids (16)Beaver Dam (15)Tomah (14)Beloit (14)Grafton (14)Manitowoc (14)Onalaska (14)Weston (14)Rhinelander (14)New Berlin (13)Pleasant Prairie (13)Watertown (12)Minocqua (12)West Bend (12)Summit (11)Monroe (11)Burlington (11)Pewaukee (11)Oak Creek (11)Fort Atkinson (11)Antigo (10)Marinette (10)Lake Geneva (10)Superior (10)Baraboo (10)Oconto (10)Sauk City (10)Lancaster (9)Chippewa Falls (9)Fitchburg (8)Platteville (8)De Pere (8)Shawano (8)Monona (7)Reedsburg (7)Altoona (7)Medford (7)Hartford (7)New Richmond (7)Sun Prairie (7)Oconomowoc (7)Waupaca (7)Hudson (7)Elkhorn (6)Whitehall (6)Brown Deer (6)Viroqua (6)Middleton (6)New London (6)Oconto Falls (5)Prairie du Sac (5)Richland Center (5)Ripon (5)Hayward (5)Plymouth (5)Eagle River (5)Two Rivers (5)Bloomer (5)Berlin (5)Saint Croix Falls (4)Merrill (4)Columbus (4)Port Washington (4)Verona (4)Mukwonago (4)Colby (4)Clintonville (4)Osseo (4)Ladysmith (4)Sturgeon Bay (4)Baldwin (4)Dodgeville (4)River Falls (3)Cottage Grove (3)Mineral Point (3)Salem (3)Hillsboro (3)Kewaunee (3)Glendale (3)Sparta (3)Oregon (3)Bonduel (3)Wautoma (3)Kaukauna (3)Black River Falls (3)Stoughton (3)Osceola (3)Wrightstown (3)Wild Rose (3)Ashland (3)Woodruff (3)Spooner (3)

Learn more about Physician Assistants

A physician assistant (PA) is a licensed healthcare provider who practices medicine under the supervision of a doctor. PAs have advanced education, training and skills to provide patients with preventive, diagnostic and treatment services. While PAs can work in any area of medicine, they often work in family medicine, internal medicine, and pediatrics.

A PA typically:

  • Evaluates a patient’s medical history and educates the patient about wellness and disease prevention

  • Provides routine and preventive healthcare services including immunizations, sports and school physicals, pelvic exams, Pap tests, contraceptive counseling, and sexually transmitted disease (STD) screenings

  • Orders and interprets laboratory and imaging tests and prescribes medications

  • Diagnoses and treats acute diseases and conditions including infections and injuries

  • Screens, treats and monitors a range of chronic health conditions, such as high blood pressure, diabetes, thyroid disease, heart disease, and depression

  • Performs minor procedures including setting fractures and stitching lacerations

  • Provides cancer screenings including skin and thyroid exams

  • Works closely with the supervising doctors and other healthcare team members to ensure patients receive optimal, seamless healthcare

A PA may also be known as a PA-C (physician assistant-certified) or a doctor assistant.

There are 2800 specialists practicing Physician Assistant (PA) in Wisconsin with an overall average rating of 4.1 stars. There are 28 hospitals in Wisconsin with affiliated Physician Assistant (PA) specialists, including Essentia Health St. Mary's Hospital-Superior, Ascension Columbia St. Mary's Hospital Ozaukee and Ascension Columbia Saint Mary's Hospital Milwaukee.

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