For the past two years, Manish Sharda, DO, has been serving family medicine patients at the Fond du Lac Regional Clinic in Waupun. In his role, Dr.
Due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, levels of uncertainty are high. As we begin to plan and prepare for the upcoming school year, parents and caregivers are often left with more questions than answers.
Like many cancer patients, Lance Schiniger, a 65-yearold Waupun resident, has left a loving impression on Agnesian Cancer Center staff following successful prostate cancer treatment.
During medical school at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, Bre Anna Nagle, MD, a family medicine physician at the Fond du Lac Regional Clinic in Waupun, was a part of the Wisconsin Academy for Rural Medicine (WARM) program.
Brandon Zemke has been named as the first-ever strength and conditioning coach in Ripon College’s storied history. His first day is August 17.
UW Organ and Tissue Donation honors Ripon Medical Center/St. Agnes Hospital for maximizing the gift of life
Ripon Medical Center and St. Agnes Hospital are being honored by University of Wisconsin Organ and Tissue Donation (UW OTD) for their ongoing commitment to saving and improving lives through organ and tissue donation.
For the past 16 years, Bryce Daane, 24, of Brandon, has been effectively managing his type 1 diabetes helping him to lead a healthy life as an agriculture teacher and preparing for his upcoming wedding to fiancée, Abby.
Matthew Vellema, 40, of Waupun, grew up in the farming industry and is now the fourth-generation owner of his family farm, Vellema Farms, LLC. Carrying on the farming tradition, working 14 to 16 hour days isn’t uncommon for Matt.
Never before has Integrative Health services been more necessary to guide patients toward improved immune function, improved bodily function and increased ability to adapt to the tremendous stress of everyday living.
Three area students who intend to pursue careers in health care have been awarded scholarships from the Ripon Medical Center Medical Staff.
Scholarship recipients were chosen from among area high school seniors who plan to pursue a career in health care.