"Dr. Brian Erdmann earned his B.S. degree from UW-Stevens Point where he was awarded the Chancellor’s Leadership Award. He is a graduate of the Medical College of Wisconsin Medical School. He trained and completed his Internal Medicine residency at Sinai Samaritan Medical Center in Milwaukee, WI where he was awarded the Warren G. Conen, M.D., Humanitarian Award for service to patients. Dr. Brian Erdmann has been practicing in the Rhinelander region for the past 20 years where he has provided Urgent Care and Internal Medicine services. During this time he has had the opportunity to work for many different organizations both large and small. He served as both physician and medical director for the Sokaogon Chippewa Nation in Mole Lake, WI, worked as a physician at Forest County Potowatomi Health and Wellness Center in Crandon, WI, provided physician services to veterans at the Wausau VA Clinic, and provided care to patients in both the Ministry and Aspirus organizations. Dr. Brian Erdmann enjoys providing primary care to his adult patients and has a particular interest in finding healthcare delivery solutions that promote the doctor patient relationship which improves patient doctor communication, higher quality care, and mutual patient-doctor satisfaction. Dr. Brian Erdmann currently serves as the spokesperson for the Free Market Medical Association - Wisconsin Chapter and member of the Association of American Physician and Surgeons Dr. Brian Erdmann is board certified physician in Internal Medicine."
"We are a physician staffed, privately owned and operated direct primary care clinic which was created as a regional solution to the increasing costs that patients face when purchasing healthcare services, to simplify the delivery of primary care services, to provide quality care at a fair price, and to forge strong, lasting relationships with our patients. Our practice bypasses the costly insurance billing process significantly reducing administrational overhead which allows us to pass on this cost savings to direct pay patients by lowering our prices for primary care services."