Reminder: Protect your ears
Reminder: Protect your ears

Reminder: Protect your ears

Reminder: Protect your ears and your hearing during gun deer season. “A single blast can cause lasting hearing loss and tinnitus. Once the damage is done, there’s no taking it back."

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Thank You Veterans!
Thank You Veterans!

Thank You Veterans!

Veterans Day is a time for us to pay our respects to those who have served. We stand united to celebrate and honor America's veterans for their patriotism, love of country and willingness to serve and sacrifice for the common good. Thank You!
Asthma and Allergy treatments call ENT & Allergy Associates
Asthma and Allergy treatments call ENT & Allergy Associates

Asthma and Allergy treatments call ENT & Allergy Associates

Asthma triggers vary from person to person and so do strategies to reduce asthma flare-ups. Many people with asthma also have allergies, which can trigger asthma symptoms. An allergist can identify what, if any, allergens you should avoid. To find out more about Asthma and Allergy treatments call ENT & Allergy Associates at 715-847-2021
Don't Forget Your Flu Shot
Don't Forget Your Flu Shot

Don't Forget Your Flu Shot

In a year unlike any other, remember to get your flu shot - thank you!!
Mask Up Wisconsin!
Mask Up Wisconsin!

Mask Up Wisconsin!

Together we can help reduce community spread and the burden on our local healthcare resources: wear a mask, social distance, avoid large groups and use hand sanitizer. Thank you! We love you Wisconsin!
Aspirus CEO: Community must work together to stop COVID’s spread
Aspirus CEO: Community must work together to stop COVID’s spread

Aspirus CEO: Community must work together to stop COVID’s spread

Aspirus CEO: Community must work together to stop COVID’s spread

WAUSAU, Wis. (WSAW) - “This is a community challenge. This is a significant community challenge,” said Matt Heywood, Aspirus President and CEO, during a press briefing Monday morning. Heywood spoke to the media following the surge of COVID-case in central and north central Wisconsin.

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