You can find consumer information for a variety of health care providers by choosing the provider type below. Learn about the services they provide, where they are located, how to contact them, and how to get the most recent survey results for most provider types. You can also call 211 for help finding health care resources in your community.
If you need help finding information related to aging or living with a disability, contact your local aging and disability resource center (ADRC). The goal of ADRCs are to help people maintain their independence by connecting them with the right resources and information provided is free of charge to Wisconsin residents.
Use the online Provider Search tool to locate health and residential care providers and view survey results.
If any individual believes a caregiver or regulated provider has violated state or federal laws, that individual has the right to file a complaint.
Are you looking for a health care professional?
Getting Started: Choosing a Doctor You Can Talk To: Information from the federal National Institute on Aging on choosing a doctor. It is important to find a primary care doctor that you feel comfortable with so they can help you make medical decisions based on your values and daily habits.
You can also search for Wisconsin physicians in the Physician Directory from the Wisconsin Medical Society. The Wisconsin Medical Society is a non-profit, professional organization that represents many member doctors, residents, and medical school students in Wisconsin.
If you need free or low-cost medical care, you can look for a free or low-cost medical clinic in your area.
Use the links below for more help connecting with health care professionals to meet your needs: