+ How do I schedule appointments?

The preferred method to make appointments is by calling 920-542-3010. Other general questions can be communicated via our email at hello@threeoakshealthcare.com or via the patient portal.

+ Where is Three Oaks Health located?

We proudly serve the Johnson Creek/Lake Mills area at our clinic located in Johnson Creek, WI.

Three Oaks Health

480 Village Walk Lane
Johnson Creek, WI 53038

+ What health insurance do you accept?

Three Oaks Health is member of the Watertown Healthcare Physician Hospital Organization (PHO) which contracts with a number of insurers. Please click here to see the complete list.

We also proudly accept Medicare and Medicaid.

If you do not see your insurance provider on the list please do not hesitate to contact us.

+ How do I know if Three Oaks Health will honor my insurance provider?

While we accept almost all the insurances that are in the area sometimes the network is limited based upon the selected plan. It's advised to confirm with your insurance that we are in-network with your plan.

+ How will Three Oaks Health coordinate with my other healthcare providers?

As a primary care provider, staying in touch with your specialists is our priority. It is how we integrate all of your health concerns when considering your care.

Dr. Milford and Three Oaks Health remains a member of the Watertown Physicians Hospital Organization (PHO) and works and communicates with the same network of providers.

Our new electronic health system will also allow for improved integrated record sharing with organizations outside of Watertown Regional Medical Center with other organizations such as UW-Health, Aurora, Pro Health and Fort Healthcare.

+ Will I need to request my health records for your clinic?

You do not need to request records.

Once we meet, we will decide together what records we need to access and handle that on our end.

We do have viewing access to most of the major medical hospitals in the area.

+ Which hospital does Three Oaks Health care refer patients to?

The first determinant for your hospital care is (unfortunately) your insurance provider. The second is your preference.

Dr. Milford’s practice remains part of the Watertown Physicians Hospital Organization (PHO) and refers many patients to Watertown Regional Medical Center. However, decisions about where to seek care are made jointly after we discuss quality and access specific to your needs.

+ Why did Dr. Milford leave WRMC?

That’s a great question. In short, I wanted to be the change I wanted to see in the world.

Many physicians have chosen to forego the challenges of running a small business in return for more stability and a higher income. But I think something has been lost in that transition – the direct and intimate connection to our patients. Medicine is a service industry. We sell relationships, not health. When you remove yourself from the business, it is harder to develop the relationships that allow us to provide you with the best care possible.

It is also imperative that physicians are in control of the decisions that impact the care provided to their patients. This includes equipment, electronic health records and personnel. And in some large corporations, that ability is lost. When we lose our ability to make those decisions, we lose the ability to truly care for and build trusting relationships our patients.

Please contact us if you have any further questions.