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Rhonda Hoyer, NP, earned her nursing and advanced nursing degrees at the UW-Madison School of Nursing with focus and national certification in providing adult primary care. Rhonda provides a full spectrum of primary care services to her patients in a team setting with physician colleagues and nursing staff. She has special clinical interests in: health promotion; family planning and contraception; women's health; eating disorders; diabetes; depression/anxiety and adjusting to life transitions.

Specialties

Internal Medicine

Colds/Flu

Eating Disorders

General Skin Conditions

Gynecological Care (including Pap Smears and Family Planning)

Heart Disease Prevention

High Blood Pressure

Immunizations

Obesity

Preventive Exams

Type II Diabetes

Urinary Tract Infection

Clinics

University Station Clinic
(608) 263-7500 | (800) 323-8942 | Map

UW School of Medicine and Public Health

Department of Medicine

Professional Certifications and Education

Certifications Adult Nurse Practicioner (ANP)
Licenses Registered Nurse (RN)
Advanced Practice Nurse Prescriber (APNP)
Education University of Wisconsin - Madison, Madison, WI

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