Dementia

Dementia: Creating a Community That Cares

Chances are you may know someone with dementia, whether it’s a family member, friend, coworker or neighbor. In 2015, approximately 115,000 people in Wisconsin had dementia, according to the Wisconsin Department of Health Services, a number that’s expected to increase to 242,000 by 2040. In the years ahead, the organization anticipates there will be fewer […]

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Depression is more common than you think

Mental illnesses are as common as dark brown eyes. There are 19 million Americans living with depression, and it affects everyone differently. Not all treatment works the same but with an accurate diagnosis, effective medication, attention to health and wellness, peer and family support, there is hope for recovery. If you consistently feel down for […]

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Hudson Physicians Earns Family Friendly Workplace™ Certification

Hudson Physicians is extremely honored to announce that we have earned the Bronze Level certification as a Family Friendly Workplace™ from the United Way St. Croix Valley’s Success by 6 initiative. This certification recognizes businesses that actively invest in programs and practices that support employees and their families. While other industry organizations have recognized our work, […]

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