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medicalcollageAt Sixteenth Street Community Health Centers we employ fully licensed and board certified doctors, physician assistants, nurse practitioners, and certified nurse – midwives.  With a multi-cultural, bilingual staff we pride ourselves on offering high quality, family-based, compassionate care to more than 36,000 individuals each year.

View our Provider Directories:

Medical Director: Pam Wilson, MD

Pediatrics
Family Medicine
Internal Medicine
Midwifery 
Pregnancy Services
HIV
Specialty Care
Women’s Wellness 

Featured Provider

Michelle Buelow, MD

Dr. Buelow has been at Sixteenth Street for 3.5 years. She came to Sixteenth Street right after finishing residency training.

Dr. Buelow loves the mission of the clinic. She loves that all the staff and providers work at the clinic to serve our community by addressing more than just healthcare needs within the clinic walls. Dr. Buelow believes that the mission truly is to improve the health and wellbeing of the surrounding community – through outreach efforts, community engagement and more. She finds it amazing to work for an organization of people who are so dedicated to addressing health beyond what is possible within the exam room. Dr. Buelow also loves her patients – they are inspiring, resilient and never ceases to amaze her in what they are capable of.

Dr. Buelow tries to meet each of her patients where they are to help them identify their own goals for health. They work together to make even the smallest, but achievable, lifestyle changes.

When she is not in clinic, Dr. Buelow works as the Associate Director of TRIUMPH (Training in Urban Medicine in Public Health) through UW Madison’s School of Medicine and Public Health. Dr. Buelow enjoys working with dedicated, inspired and energizing medical students who are learning to become community-engaged physicians in urban underserved communities.

She has a “chunky, adorable” 19-month-old boy named Will and an awesome black lab named Tucker. Dr. Buelow loves spending time with her family and friends when she is not working.

“I love my patients. They are inspiring, resilient and never cease to amaze me in what they are capable of.”