Marshfield Clinic welcomes Ophthalmologist Dr. Bette Anderson
MINOCQUA – Ophthalmologist Dr. Bette Anderson joined Marshfield Clinic Minocqua and Park Falls centers in mid-November.
She received her medical degree from Northwestern University in Chicago and completed her residency in internal medicine at the University of Michigan Hospitals in Ann Arbor. She then completed her residency in Ophthalmology at the University of Chicago.
Anderson is proficient in cataract surgery, surgery of the eyelids, laser procedures for glaucoma, and injections for macular degeneration other retinal problems.
“We are so happy that Dr. Anderson has joined our Ophthalmology departments in Minocqua and Park Falls,” said Kevin Roy, operations manager. “She brings a wealth of experience that will be an asset for our patients in the Northwoods.”
She has two adult children, a daughter in college, and a son working at Microsoft in Seattle. Her hobbies include knitting, crochet, quilting, dressmaking, hiking, swimming, and caring for her dogs and cats.
“I used to come to the Minocqua area when I was younger to cross country ski and enjoy the winter sports and supper clubs,” Anderson said. “I was excited for the opportunity to return to these beautiful woods and help serve the people in this area.”
For more information, call 715-358-1264 in Minocqua or 715-762-7311 in Park Falls.
Marshfield Clinic Health System is an integrated health system whose mission is to enrich lives through accessible, affordable compassionate health care. The Health System serves Wisconsin with more than 11,000 employees including over 1,200 providers comprising 86 specialties, health plan, and research and education programs. Primary operations include Marshfield Clinic, Marshfield Medical Center hospitals in Marshfield, Eau Claire, Rice Lake, Neillsville, Beaver Dam and Ladysmith, Marshfield Children’s Hospital, Marshfield Clinic Research Institute, Security Health Plan and Marshfield Clinic Health System Foundation. Learn more at marshfieldclinic.org.