Complete Specialty Care for Women

Physicians for Women of Madison, WI, specialize in obstetrics and gynecology (ob/gyn) and all areas of women's health, including examination, diagnosis, prevention and treatment.

New Locations Announcement

Announcing Our New Locations!

You're Busy...We Get It!

So we decided to make things easier. Physicians for Women, Madison's favorite OB/GYN clinic has opened additional locations in Sun Prairie and Stoughton.

Sun Prairie

100 Wilburn Road, Ste 212
Sun Prairie, WI 53590


900 Ridge Street
Stoughton, WI 53589


Each woman has a different story and we work closely with our patients to understand their needs and their health so that we can give personalized, exceptional care to each of our patients.

From Our Patients:

  • Thank you for working with our schedules so we could get the proper care at the right time.                   -Christy
  • You will appreciate the close attention and exceptional care you are provided at this clinic and the physicians and staff celebrate your little miracles as if they were their own family!        -Trisha
  • This group of amazing doctors helped me through 2 awful pregnancies (5 months bed rest with my daughter and 3 with my son) I was a wreck after 6 miscarriages. They were wonderful!  -Kim

Reveal 4D Ultrasounds

Reveal ultrasounds are not covered by your insurance plan; payment is due upon check-in for exam. Sorry, we are unable to offer refunds.

Photo Options for OB Patients

Gender Check - $50

  • Offered between 17-19 weeks
  • Is it a boy? Is it a girl? I want to know ASAP!
  • 15 minute scan to identify your baby's gender
  • Three picture minimum. Added to USB card [included]

Photo Album Pictures - $100

  • Offered between 24-34 weeks
  • Incredible pictures of your baby!
  • 15 minute scan, 30 minute appointment
  • Five picture minimum will be added to USB card [bring to appointment]

Latest News

The staff of Physicians for Women would like to congratulate our Phases Clinic Nurse Practitioner Jane Nelson Worel MS, ANP-BC on her first issue as co-editor of the Progress in Prevention column for the Journal of Cardiovascular Nursing. We're so proud!

This issue includes an article with important information relating to pregnant women.

Read the full article


  • Brava Magazine
  • Channel 3000
  • Madison Magazine
  • Physicians Plus