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Kim Erdmann, MD

Dr. Kim Erdmann earned her B.S. degree from UW-La Crosse Honors Program and was the recipient of the UW-La Crosse Biology Scholarship.  She then graduated from the Medical College of Wisconsin Medical School and completed her Internal Medicine residency at Sinai Samaritan Medical Center in Milwaukee, WI while being a mother of two small children.

Dr. Erdmann has been providing Internal Medicine services in the Rhinelander region for the past 16 years, initially providing both inpatient and outpatient services for Ministry Medical Group followed by outpatient only services for Aspirus at both its Three Lakes and Woodruff clinic locations for the last several years.  She enjoys providing primary care to all her adult patients and enjoys educating her patients so they can take a more active role in their healthcare. During the past 16 years she has experienced many changes within the healthcare delivery system that continue to negatively effect the doctor patient relationship.  She has a strong desire to rebuild that partnership by finding healthcare delivery solutions that promote patient doctor communication, higher quality care, and mutual satisfaction.

Dr. Erdmann is a board certified physician in Internal Medicine.

Dr. Erdmann’s outside interests include traveling to watch her boys play hockey, back country canoeing and mountain climbing, gardening, painting, reading and many other outdoor activities.

Brian Erdmann, MD

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. Erdmann has been practicing in the Rhinelander region for the past 16 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.

He 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. Erdmann is a board certified physician in Internal Medicine.

Dr. Erdmann’s outside interests include traveling with his wife, Dr. Kim Erdmann, to watch their boys play hockey, back-country canoeing and fishing, SCUBA diving, hiking, travel,  and many other outdoor activities.