“Health care the way it should be.”
Some people describe Physicians’ Health Network as health care the way it should be. We agree. It is a welcome approach to health care yielding impressive results in our area. The passion and strength of our health care professionals works each day to achieve higher standards for you.
Our members share a commitment to stay on top of health care costs for you. Many of our practices operate independently and are smaller and more efficient than large physician clinics.
Our patients find uncommon personal attention and genuine concern among our practices. This is because we take time to know you – it is a trademark of our providers. When you choose one of our health care professionals, you can expect to find an expertise and sincere interest in your good health that you will want to tell others about.
“PHN is committed to maintaining the highest standards of practice and is working continuously to improve quality. On-going quality activities include credentialing, physician and staff education, consumer surveys, paying close attention to health maintenance alerts, tracking outcomes, and implementing electronic health records.”
Trusted since 1988
Physicians’ Health Network (PHN) is an affiliation of physicians and allied health professionals serving Sheboygan, Calumet, Manitowoc, and Ozaukee Counties. Since its inception in 1988, PHN has grown to include more than 180 local primary and specialty care physicians and other healthcare professionals.
Our medical and surgical specialists are widely regarded as some of the best in the area. Board-certified, these talented physicians are a welcome choice when facing a specific medical concern. PHN is an exceptional group of experts who live and breathe higher standards in their respective areas of practice.
“Within 24 hours from the day you stop smoking you have already begun reducing your risk of a heart attack. Even small improvements in your nutrition and physical activity can reduce your health risks and lengthen your life,” said Michael D. Johnson, MD, Sheboygan Internal Medicine, SC.
A person’s immune system is his/her body’s only defense against foreign invaders such as viruses and bacteria.
To reduce the spread of COVID-19, CDC recommends that people wear cloth face coverings in public settings when around people outside of their household, especially when other social-distancing measures are difficult to maintain.