Dr. Richard Reinhart to provide heart care for Rhinelander, Crandon
Beginning in early February, the Marshfield Clinic and Ministry Health Care heart care team will be working to provide more consistent cardiology care for the people in Rhinelander, Crandon and surrounding communities.
Cardiologist Dr. Richard Reinhart of Marshfield Clinic will begin seeing patients in Rhinelander at Ministry Saint Mary’s Hospital four days per week, Mondays through Thursdays. He’ll also provide cardiology care for the people of Crandon at Ministry Medical Group-Crandon two Thursdays each month.
Reinhart has long-standing ties to many communities in the Northwoods. He began seeing patients at the former Lakeland Medical Associates facility in Minocqua in the early 1980s. When Lakeland Medical Associates transitioned to Marshfield Clinic, Reinhart was part of the dedication of the new clinic in Minocqua in 1990.
“Personally, I like living and working in the Northwoods. I really enjoy the climate of Northern Wisconsin. It’s a clean, unspoiled and healthy place to live-and the people who live here are a special group of individuals who are very neighborly and just pleasant to be around,” Reinhart said.
Rhinelander and Tomahawk. The team of cardiology providers in Northern Wisconsin includes Reinhart as well as Drs. Tom Roy, Dan Gavrila and Michael McGill. Also, Dr. Rohit Srivastava from Wausau and Dr. Juan Mesa from Marshfield will be providing rotating cardiology care in Rhinelander on Fridays.
Reinhart has been providing cardiology care at Ministry Saint Mary’s Hospital in Rhinelander since 2007.
“Now we are expanding the number of days per week that I’ll be consistently in Rhinelander to best serve my patients,” he said. “Over the years, I’ve seen many patients from the Rhinelander area. We feel that it’s important to bring services to our patients close to their homes.”
For more information about the Marshfield Clinic/Ministry Health Care heart care team, call (800) 853-0553, or, visit oneheartcareteam.org.
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