"Dr. Larson is a member of the Catholic Medical Association and is a board-certified physician with the American Board of Family Medicine. Dr. Larson practices Family Medicine with Obstetrics and has a full spectrum of experience in caring for patients in all stages of life, from before birth to hospice. Until January of 2019 year, she maintained a solo independent clinic in Columbus, Wisconsin and held full privileges at Columbus Community Hospital since graduating residency at UW Fox Valley Family Medicine Residency Program in Appleton, WI in 2012. She has experience in caring for many chronic diseases such as diabetes, congestive heart failure and chronic obstructive pulmonary disease. Her full spectrum practice included full admitting privileges where she cared for hospitalized patients of all ages. Dr. Larson served as medical director of several hospice agencies and currently serves as a medical director for Generations Hospice."
"OLHC was founded by doctors Michael Kloess and Anne Volk Johnson in the spring of 2009. The clinic was established to address the issue of lack of primary medical care for the uninsured in our community, in addition to the lack of authentically-Catholic medical care. While Dr. Johnson resigned in late 2011, Dr. Kloess remains our attending physician and Executive Director. Since we first opened, OLHC has made some important strides by increasing the number of free services we are able to provide; all while keeping in our Pro-life mission, as well as remaining fiscally responsible. In the summer of 2012, blood draws became available at our on-site laboratory. At that time, our clinic established a relationship with Madison’s St. Mary’s Hospital, in which the Hospital’s laboratory tests our patient’s samples, and returns the results to Dr. Kloess, free of charge. Our partnership with St. Mary’s has proven to be very positive, and the Hospital has consistently renewed it every year. Our clinic gives away over 55% of our clinic visits to our uninsured recipient patients. This is due, in part, to our generous donors. However, the majority of our financial support comes from our Member patients. The consistent growth of our members has allowed the clinic to add a second provider in April of 2019."