Preventative Care

Get Preventative Medical Care

Valley Family Medicine provides the preventative care that can keep you healthy. Whether it be having your yearly physical or getting up to date on any immunization you may need. You will have access to the services you and your family need to help you feel confident that you are getting the best possible care.

Various Tests for Prevention

  • Physicals (adult, children, infants and sport physicals)
  • EKG
  • Stress Test
  • Colonoscopy
  • TB skin tests
  • Cholesterol check in house
  • Vaccinations
  • Pap / Thin prep / HPV screening
  • Hepatitis C screening

Colonoscopy (In-House)

Colonoscopy - Beginning at age 50 (sooner if you have a family history of colon cancer or you are having symptoms such as rectal bleeding or abdominal pain) as recommended by the American Cancer Society. A colonoscopy is a lower GI endoscopic procedure which is designed to look at the entire colon to help diagnose a variety of colon problems including ulcerative colitis, Crohn's disease, colon cancer, polyps, and other lesions that will develop into colon cancer if not surgically treated.

Cash Prices Available for Patients Without Insurance Coverage
Call or visit us today to schedule an appointment for any of our preventative medical care: 
920-982-7900
1505 Mill Street
New London, WI 54961

Cardiac Stress Test (In-House)

                        Immunizations

Cardiac Stress Test - Starting at age 40 - If you have 2 or more risk factors. This test measures your hearts ability to respond to external stress in a controlled clinical environment and helps determine your risk of heart disease. 
Lab test
As part of preventative care we offer immunizations for newborns - adults. Vaccination is one of the best ways parents can protect infants, children and teens from 16 potentially harmful diseases. Vaccine-preventable diseases can be very serious and may require hospitalization or even death - especially in infants and young children. All immunizations given will be entered into the Wisconsin Immunization Registry. WIR is a computerized internet database application that records and tracks immunization dates of Wisconsin children and adults to assure that they receive immunizations according to recommended schedules, and can prevent over-immunizing.
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