Emergency Care & Urgent Care
We are proud to offer the area's only dedicated, full-time team of board-certified Emergency Physicians for both our Emergency Department and Urgent Care Services. These are our own physicians, not contracted or part-time doctors.
Our highly experienced team of physicians -- supported by an experienced professional team of nurses and other health care staff -- are always here and we’re always ready, when you need us most.
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When seconds count, our Emergency and Urgent Care physician team offers unparalleled experience and personal dedication to emergency medicine. And with new CT and MRI just steps away, they're also equipped with the advanced technology they need to save lives. They are caring physicians with powerful credentials, and are the critical difference makers on your own home turf.
Mark Bogner, MD
Board certified in Emergency Medicine, Dr. Bogner is SHC's Emergency Department Medical Director.
He earned his MD from the University of Wisconsin Madison School of Medicine and Public Health in 1993. He completed his residency in Emergency Medicine at the University of Chicago. Among other credentials, he was Emergency Chief Resident at the University of Chicago (97-98), a UW Health Med Flight Physician (98-08), and Associate Director of the UW Health Emergency Department (06-09) as well as UW Emergency Medicine Residency Program Director (04-09).
Mitch Lewis, MD
Board certified in Emergency Medicine, Dr. Lewis brings more than 15 years experience in emergency medicine.
He earned his MD at the University of Nebraska. He performed his internship at East Carolina University School of Medicine in 1995 and his residency in Emergency Medicine at Pitt County Memorial Hospital in Greenville, NC (95-97). Dr. Lewis worked in Colorado hospitals before moving to Wisconsin in 2007 where he joined the ER staff at Meriter Hospital in Madison. He also worked at Mercy Hospital in Janesville before coming to SHC.
Bruce Lindsay, MD
Board certified in Emergency Medicine, Dr. Lindsay has been a member of the Emergency Medicine Academic Staff at the University of Wisconsin School of Medicine at Public Health since 1996.
He earned his MD at Chicago Medical School in 1992. He performed his internship at St. Francis Hospital, Chicago and his residency in Emergency Medicine at the University of Chicago. Dr. Lindsay served as Med Flight Physician (96-08) and Med Flight Medical Director (01-08). He has also long been a distinguished member of the Core Academic Residency Faculty at the UW.
Raymond Sloan, MD
Many southwest Wisconsin residents are already very familiar with Dr. Sloan as he has served area patients in both the ER at Southwest Health Center and his local Dean Clinic practice since 1992.
Dr. Sloan is board certified in family practice and brings more than 30 years experience in the ER. He earned his MD at the Medical College of Wisconsin in Milwaukee in 1974. He has served SHC and our patients in many ways, including as Chief of Staff and on our Board of Directors. He offers a very high level of experience and a well-earned reputation as an outstanding clinician and leader.
Emergency services and urgent care are provided by the same team of SHC physicians, nurses and staff, so it's important to understand the difference.
A visit that begins in Urgent Care may become an Emergency Department visit after the physician completes the exam.
Urgent Care is the place for minor conditions, such as earaches, sore throats and urinary tract infections. You see, we understand getting sick doesn't always happen on a 9 to 5 basis, so neither should getting well again. Think of Urgent Care as your doctor's office when your doctor's office is closed.
No referrals or appointments are needed.
HOURS: Urgent care is available Monday through Friday from 5pm to 10pm and on weekends and holidays from 8am to 10pm.
Patients are evaluated in our Triage Room adjacent our Emergency Department. If lab work is done (other than a monospot, throat culture or urine sample) the visit is automatically elevated to an Emergency Department visit.
Urgent Care is the place to come for...
All ages are welcome. You don't need to be a SHC patient.
Call 911 in case of a medical emergency. Or, come immediately to the Emergency Room if you experience any of the following conditions:
Our ER offers the latest technology plus two fully equipped trauma rooms. Steps away, our doctors have access to the tri-states most advance medical imaging technology, including new in-house wide-bore MRI and new low dose CT machines.
Whether it's urgent or an emergency, the most important thing is that you see a doctor when you need one. At Southwest Health Center, our Urgent Care is in our Emergency Deparment. So, if you come into Urgent Care, and it turns out to be an emergency situation, you're already in the ER--with highly experienced ER physicians--no ambulance needed.