Family member physicians join ProHealth clinic in Waukesha

Freeman Staff

July 12, 2019

 Patients now can receive primary care services from seven new family medicine resident physicians at the ProHealth Medical Group clinic at 210 NW Barstow St. in downtown Waukesha. The physicians are, from left: Matthew Andreoli, M.D., Brian Kroll, M.D., Lauren Thomas, M.D., Trevor Argall, M.D., Colin Millar, M.D., Sanam Salimi, M.D., and Christopher Kordick, D.O.
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WAUKESHA — Seven new family medicine resident physicians have joined the ProHealth Medical Group clinic at 210 N.W. Barstow St. in downtown Waukesha.

The new physicians are Matthew Andreoli, M.D., Trevor Argall, M.D., Christopher Kordick, D.O., Brian Kroll, M.D., Colin Millar, M.D., Sanam Salimi, M.D., and Lauren Thomas, M.D. All are part of the Waukesha Family Medicine Residency at ProHealth Care, and all of them are accepting new patients.

Each physician treats children and adults, providing a wide range of services, including preventive care, treatment of routine ailments and care for emerging and chronic conditions.

The new physicians are among a total of 19 residents currently in the Pro-Health residency program. Together they represent nine medical schools in six states. Nearly half of the residents are from Wisconsin.

“Our program is designed to provide high quality medical care to people of all ages,” said Michael Mazzone, M.D., who leads the residency program. “Pro-Health resident physicians come to understand the diverse needs of patients and our community.”

Eight or more years of university education and hands-on classes prepare resident physicians to provide direct patient care. They can also coordinate care with medical specialists when needed.

The residents also provide 150 hours of volunteer medical care each year at St. Joseph’s Medical Clinic, a nonprofit organization in Waukesha. The clinic assists uninsured and under-insured people in the community with medical care, health education and community resources.