It's important to monitor your health. Establishing your baseline or "normal" reading for various health aspects makes it easier to see when there is a change that might require some additional tests.

The first step is to talk to your primary care physician. He or she can help you determine what screenings you need — talking about your risk factors, discussing the risks and benefits of screening, ordering laboratory tests and referring you to specialists if needed. If you do not have a primary care physician, call 414-777-7700. You can also view video profiles of primary care physicians.

Here are just a few of the screenings we offer. You can also check our calendar for special screening events.

The Centers for Disease Control (CDC) continues to recommend masks, social distancing, screening and other precautions for settings like hospitals and health care clinics. For everyone’s safety, all individuals within our facilities will be required to wear a well-fitting face mask.