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Hunters: Make Sure Your Heart is Healthy Before Heading into the Woods this Season

Deer hunting season in Wisconsin is a Fall tradition that ranks right up there with football and pumpkin pie. Head to any Packer game at Lambeau Field in November and you’ll see as many people decked out in blaze orange and camouflage as you will in green and gold. This year alone, the Wisconsin DNR anticipates more than 600,000 hunters will take to the woods during the nine-day gun hunt season from November 20-28 – with even more participating in this year’s bow and muzzleloader seasons.

Hunters up here mean serious business when they get in the woods, too. The Wisconsin DNR expects hunters to spend upwards of $2.1 billion in retail sales to get ready for the latest season. From new cold-weather gear to the latest trail cams, deer stands, and everything in-between, you can be sure hunters in Wisconsin will be heading into the woods fully-prepared this year.

That said, as you start prepping your gear and planning your hunts, there’s one preparation that you can’t afford to overlook: your heart health.

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Heart and Vascular Institute of Wisconsin Partners with Ascension Medical Group to Improve Local Cardiac Care

25 Oct 2021 Newsroom

The Heart and Vascular Institute of Wisconsin has partnered with Ascension Medical Group Wisconsin to provide greater cardiac care to the Fox Valley.

Starting in September of this year, HVI physicians began seeing cardiology patients at Ascension clinics in the Fox Valley area, with plans to expand to Ascension Mercy Hospital and Oshkosh-area clinics in January 2022.

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Heart and Vascular Institute of Wisconsin Announces the Hires of Three New Physicians and Two Nurse Practitioners

20 Sep 2021 Newsroom

The Heart and Vascular Institute of Wisconsin is excited to announce the addition of five new care providers to our growing team – Dr.  Agei Enoh, Dr. Ben Ciske, and Dr. Thomas Wilson, along with Hillary Briedel, APNP and Laura Butch, APNP.

As the largest cardiology practice in northeast Wisconsin, Heart and Vascular Institute of Wisconsin now has 15 physicians and 10 Advance Practice Providers on staff.

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Heart and Vascular Institute of Wisconsin’s Latest COVID-19 (Coronavirus) Policy

This information is current as of January 1, 2022.

COVID-19 Policies for Patients and Employees

To help do our part in limiting the spread of COVID-19, the Heart and Vascular Institute of Wisconsin has implemented several health and safety policies for both patients and employees. These rules will go into effect immediately and will remain in place until further notice.

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