Upland Hills Health in Mineral Point

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Mineral Point Medical Center of Upland Hills Health
104 High Street, Mineral Point WI 53565

Business Hours:

M - F  7 am - 5:00 pm
Providers available by appointment.

(To access health records from Mineral Point Medical Center prior to February 25, 2019)

As Upland Hills Health expands in Mineral Point, updates will be posted here: 


Mineral Point and Dodgeville Medical Centers Officially Become Part of Upland Hills Health 

Mineral Point Medical Center and Dodgeville Medical Center will officially become Upland Hills Health Clinics as of October 1, 2018. Patients of Mineral Point and Dodgeville Medical Centers should not expect many changes, however.

Current providers who will continue to see patients at both the Mineral Point and the Dodgeville locations include Dr. Sarah Fox, Dr. Gordon Grieshaber, Dr. Gary Grunow, Matt Benish, PA, Chelsey Wallace, APNP, and Angela Sorg, APNP.

Additional providers will soon be available at the Mineral Point clinic on High Street and Dodgeville clinic on Joseph Street. Dr. Timothy Raichle, OB/GYN, will see patients in Mineral Point, and Dr. Rachel Hartline will see patients at the Dodgeville Medical Center. Dr. Karen Berger will also lend her assistance through the end of the year.

Dr. Jodi McGraw will be changing practice locations to the UHH Mount Horeb Clinic and the UHH Spring Green Clinic. She will begin seeing patients at the new UHH Barneveld Clinic when it opens in mid-November. Dr. Kent Kramer has chosen to pursue emergency medicine exclusively and will no longer see patients in clinic.

“We are really excited about this merger,” said Andrea Kinch, longtime manager of Mineral Point and Dodgeville Medical Centers. “This gives us a great opportunity to continue focusing on amazing patient care and bring greater benefits to our patients without disrupting their expectations. Our patients will not see any changes in billing procedures or appointment scheduling. They will see positive changes, such as extended hours at our clinics, additional providers and additional insurance plans.”

Upland Hills Health providers are able to accept most insurance plans. The most recent addition is Group Health Cooperative (GHC). Now, patients who have Group Health Cooperative health insurance will now be able to see any Upland Hills Health provider, including those at both the Mineral Point and Dodgeville clinics.

“We are very excited to welcome Mineral Point and Dodgeville Medical Centers to the Upland Hills Health family of clinics,” said Lisa Schnedler, President and CEO of Upland Hills Health. “This group of physicians and providers has always been a valued part of our team. We look forward to continuing to deliver the quality of healthcare service that the Mineral Point community has come to know.”


What will the hours be at the Mineral Point and the Dodgeville Clinics?

Both the Mineral Point clinic and the Dodgeville clinic will now open at 7 am with staff available to take calls to schedule appointments and complete blood draws. Appointments with providers will still begin at 8 am.

Will the Mineral Point Medical Center on High Street stay open?

Yes. Both the Mineral Point Medical Center on High Street and the Dodgeville Medical Center on Joseph Street will remain open, in their current locations.

Will my insurance plan still be accepted at the clinic?
Yes. Upland Hills Health also maintains agreements with nearly all major health plans including Dean, Quartz, Physicians Plus, Group Health Cooperative, a broad range of PPOs, Medicare, Medicaid and most private insurances.