Public Invited to View New Germantown Clinic

Thursday, September 04, 2003

The public is invited to an open house and health fair at Columbia St. Mary’s new Germantown Clinic on Saturday, September 13, from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. The clinic, which opened in August, is located at N112 W15415 Mequon Road in Germantown. Individuals may call the clinic at 262-250-7800 to schedule an appointment.

The open house will feature:

  • A tour and opportunity to meet clinic physicians and specialists.
  • Free health screenings for carpal tunnel syndrome, blood glucose, body fat, and bone density.
  • Golf swing analysis.
  • Fun for kids—face painting, Kid Care photo IDs, craft/finger puppet making, refreshments, and Rainbow Randa the Clown.
  • Drawings for great prizes including, just for kids, a year’s free ice cream from Roberts (one large cone per week for 52 weeks), and gift certificates for Jerry’s restaurant in Germantown, groceries at Pick ‘n Save, movie rentals, and four 6-month memberships at Sneakers Health and Fitness.
  • Radio station WMYX will broadcast from the Germantown Clinic during the open house.

In addition, during the open house visitors may sign up to donate blood at the Germantown Clinic on Wednesday, September 29, from 1 p.m. to 6 p.m. The blood drive is being coordinated by the Blood Center of Southeastern Wisconsin.

The Germantown Clinic is Columbia St. Mary’s first medical clinic in Washington County. The 23,000-sq. ft. clinic is located on 4.6 acres near the intersection of Mequon Road and Pilgrim Road in Germantown.

“Columbia St. Mary’s Community Physicians is thrilled to be a part of the Germantown community,” said Sue Sanicola, Vice President of Columbia St. Mary’s Community Physicians. “We’ve already been well received by many members of the community. The clinic offers a significant opportunity to provide a variety of high-quality health care services to meet the many health care needs of area families.”

The two primary care physicians who will provide full-time coverage at the clinic are Darcy Fechner, MD, (pediatrics), and Lynn Drab, MD (internal medicine and pediatrics). The Germantown Clinic also will offer specialty medical services including cardiology, ENT, gastroenterology, orthopaedics, OB/GYN, and general surgery.

Onsite services will include physical therapy, occupational therapy, ultrasound, mammography, lab, and X-ray. “The focus is on bringing the necessary services to the patient, rather than sending the patient to another site,” Sanicola said.

Clinic staff will focus on the health and wellness needs of the community including flu immunizations, health fairs, blood pressure screenings, and education for area elementary schools. The clinic’s design reflects the Germanic architecture of the Germantown community. It features 17 exam rooms, four procedure rooms, a skylight and children’s area in the lobby, and a canopy entrance. The clinic will be open Monday through Friday and same-day appointments are available.

The Germantown Clinic is part of Columbia St. Mary’s Community Physicians consisting of 24 community clinics and offices through Milwaukee, Ozaukee, and Washington counties.



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