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"Women's Care is absolutely fantastic. The staff, nurses, and doctors are AMAZING and they make you feel welcome and safe. Initially, I was nervous having to visit an office other than my primary care. I'm a responsible person and always have my yearly wellness exams. One year they came back positive for abnormalities, and my primary care office made me feel "defective". I was billed like crazy, and no one took the time to explain why, or why my yearly exams were no longer preventative, but diagnostic.

In going to Women's Care after this mortifying experience, I was pleasantly surprised and absolutely relieved. They made me feel "normal", and answered all my questions. They were kind, gentle, encouraging, and made the effort to explain my entire situation - diagnosis, procedure, all the way through follow up and billing. I highly recommend Women's Care to any woman."
Kimberly V.
"In January 2003, I had surgery for uterine cancer in Colorado where I was living at the time. In 2004, I moved here to the Fox Valley to be near my family and needed to find a new doctor. I interviewed several doctors and when I found Dr. Michelle Koellermeier, we were a team from the very beginning! I found great comfort in the way she treated me medically, emotionally, and physically. She even told me to make my next appointment with her for 11:30 a.m. so that we could go to lunch together! I was stunned but honored that my doctor wanted to celebrate with me in this way. I did, and so on that day, the nurse asked me what "lunch" meant as part of the doctor's orders. I told her that Dr. Koellermeier said we were going for lunch! The nurse was a bit surprised, but I just assumed it was what she did with all her cancer patients. We went to a Chinese restaurant near by and she bought the lunch. I will never forget her kindness - I needed her more than she knew at that time in my life. Thank you for this opportunity to share my story!"
Alice R.
"I will always be grateful for the medical care given to me by Dr. Michelle Koellermeier. I saw her to get a second opinion on some bleeding that was unusual for me. She went right ahead and did a biopsy. She found out that I had endometrial cancer. In a very caring manner, she helped me through surgery and radiation treatments. She was always very encouraging. My dear doctor even gave me her personal phone number to call if I needed to reach her. I have been cancer-free for seven years now. Her medical help meant so much to me. She will always be dear to my heart!"
Becky B.
"I found my way to Women's Care of Wisconsin when I was pregnant with my son. I was a young mom; 20 years old. I always felt very well taken care of and never judged. The nurses were so sweet. They always made light conversation while checking me in and asking questions about my baby; did I pick out a crib, have a baby shower, what my boyfriend (now husband!) thought, was he excited, etc. At one point in my pregnancy, I was on a fizzy lemonade kick. Right after drinking the fizzy lemonade I felt what I thought were hiccups. I was very concerned and called Women’s Care to see if it was good or bad. The nurse reassured me that everything was fine and not to be worried. I was afraid I was going to sound stupid but she never made me feel that way. The receptionist even remembered my name every time I came in! I thought that was so cool. My OB was Dr. Sree. I had nothing but great care from her as well. She was very informative with all of my options and supportive of my decisions. Women’s Care is a great place to go. The building is always very clean and welcoming. Anytime someone asks me who delivered my baby, I recommend Dr. Sree and tell them she is at Women’s Care of Wisconsin."
Brittany D.
"I was young, newly married, and trying to start a family. I had been to another OB specialty in the area who had told me for a few years to just be patient. It was a long, frustrating road for me. Then my family doctor mentioned he had heard a few of his patients talking about a new OB doctor and he referred me to her. That's where my story begins ;)… with Dr. Marley Kercher. She did an ultrasound, found a large cyst, surgically removed it, and started me on fertility medication. February 5th, 2002 she delivered an amazing little boy to us! Fast forward 13 years, and she's helped to conceive 3 beautiful children and helped us thru a few losses as well. Dr. Kercher, along with her amazing colleagues and staff, has guided my entire family through our worst and best times of our lives. And it will never be forgotten!"
Brenda V.