The Fond du Lac Surgery Center opened in May 2006 to provide safe and cost-effective surgical care to area residents and their families. The facility combines the latest in medical technology with a patient-centered environment.
- Focus on excellence in outpatient surgical procedures
- State-of-the-art operating suites and equipment
- Pre-op and recovery areas promoting patient privacy
- Staff specially trained in ambulatory surgery
Located conveniently on Fond du Lac’s south side, just off the Highway 151 bypass, our team offers the following services.
- ENT: ear tubes, tonsillectomy, sinus surgery
- Ophthalmology: cataract surgery
- Oral Maxillofacial/Dental: dental extraction, facial and jaw surgery
- Orthopedics: knee and shoulder arthroscopy, carpal tunnel surgery
- Plastic surgery: face lifts, liposuction, skin lesions
- Podiatry: bunionectomy, hammer toe
To learn more, call (920) 926-5900.
A graduate of Marian University, Andrus earned her master’s degree in Nursing from Marian University. Andrus and her husband enjoy spending time with their son, as well as enjoying the outdoors, cooking, yoga, and running with their dogs.
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.
Dr. Callahan has been a fixture in the Beaver Dam, Columbus and Waupun communities for more than 20 years. As an orthopedic surgeon, he treats the most common bone and joint conditions and injuries in the region.
“After 20 years of practice, I have a great deal of experience in knee and hip replacement, and knee and shoulder arthroscopy,” according to Dr. Callahan. “Additionally, I have treated many patients with hand concerns, such as carpal tunnel syndrome and trigger finger, as well as common adult and pediatric fractures.”
“I look forward to providing excellent care to help my patients experience an improved quality of life. It’s important to work collaboratively to find the most effective treatment for whatever is keeping individuals from living their best life.”
A graduate of the University of Wisconsin - Madison, Heckenkamp is board certified by the National Commission on Certification of Physician Assistants (NCCPA).
"I work individually with all my patients to provide compassionate, ethical and honest orthopedic care,” says Heckenkamp. “It’s important to offer a listening environment. It helps to build relationships with patients and staff to promote a team approach.”
Heckenkamp is married and has three children. He enjoys outdoor activities, water sports, running, fishing and winter sports.
Growing up, my father was a high school teacher and coach. I always loved sports, teaching and caring for other people. Being an orthopedic surgeon with a niche towards sports medicine allows me to do all those things I loved and dreamed of doing as a child. Being able to help others is unbelievably fulfilling, and doing so in a city like Fond du Lac is truly a dream come true. My philosophy of care is to do my absolute best to take care of each and every patient. When I am with a patient, they are the most important person in the world to me at that given time.
“I’m excited to work with patients close to home in our local community. I treat all my patients as I would want to be treated, and I take the time to listen to them and understand what they are trying to get out of treatment.”