Ashlee provides injury prevention, evaluation, diagnosis and treatment services at area high schools.
"My passion for athletic training comes from watching athletes persevere through the process from injury to rehabilitation and to return to play. I feel so proud of an athlete when I get to watch them make their first tackle, dig their first ball, grab their first rebound, throw their first strike or run their first mile."
After delivery, Bales works collaboratively with other healthcare professionals to help care for newborns, monitoring them throughout their hospital stay. Nurse practitioners have excellent relationships with primary care providers and communicate with them daily about their patients.
“A baby’s birth is an exciting time,” according to Bales. “Parents want the best possible care for their newborn. I strive to provide the best individualized care for every baby. I am proud to work with a supportive team in providing the quality of care that I would want my own baby to receive.”
Dr. Bangash will work with other physicians to provide 24-hour coverage for patients in the St. Agnes Hospital Intensive Care Unit who are critically ill or injured, or who suffer from acute and chronic pain.
“My goal is to do everything for the patient that I can,” says Dr. Bangash. “The care I provide is driven by patients’ wants and desires, and I want to ensure they are as comfortable as possible at all times.” In his spare time, Dr. Bangash enjoys reading (current affairs, poetry and literature), and is active in sports, including cricket, golf and tennis.
Enjoys seeing a variety of orthopedic diagnoses for patients of all ages. Krista is a member of the American Physical Therapy Association.
An anesthesiologist offers preoperative, intraoperative and postoperative care for patients in the administration of medications to control pain and support life functions during surgery. “In all that we do, the patient always comes first,” says Dr. Bellmore. “It is important to treat the whole patient, whether that means addressing their spiritual, emotional or physical needs.” A graduate of the Georgetown University School of Medicine, Dr. Bellmore completed his anesthesiology residency at the Mayo Clinic. “I am excited to join a group where the needs of the patient come first,” he says.
Dr. Bertram received his medical degree from the University of Cincinnati and is board certified in Surgery. He previously served as chairman of the General and Specialty Surgery department for Community Memorial Hospital. Dr. Bertram offers multiple surgical procedures, including laparoscopic and open abdominal surgery, breast, carpal tunnel, colon, endocrine system, hernia repair, pediatric, skin and soft tissue, surgical critical care, surgical oncology, trauma/burns and emergency surgery, trigger finger and vascular surgery.
835 Parkside Street
Ripon, WI 54971
Dr. Bertram diagnoses and treats disorders, diseases and injuries of the foot, ankle and lower leg. He is dedicated to getting patients back on their feet and back into their lives.
Ashley provides injury prevention, evaluation and rehabilitation services at Markesan High School. She enjoys treating injuries of the lower extremity including the ankle, knee and hip. Ashley is a member of the National Athletic Trainers' Association.