Stevens Point, Wisconsin, resident Alfred Neuhoff MD practices family medicine in the small town of Mosinee, Wisconsin.
Stevens Point, Wisconsin, resident Alfred Neuhoff MD practices family medicine in the small town of Mosinee, Wisconsin, where he works at the Aspirus Kronenwetter Clinic. A graduate of the University of Iowa Carver College of Medicine, Alfred Neuhoff MD serves as an esteemed member of Wisconsin’s medical community, receiving awards and achieving a high level of patient satisfaction. In 2009, Alfred Neuhoff MD earned a Circle of Excellence Award from Ministry Health Care, a network of mission-drive clinics and hospitals located in Wisconsin and Minnesota. Alfred Neuhoff MD attained the accolade for his work in treating and curing narcotic addicted patients. During his 20-plus years in medicine, Alfred Neuhoff MD has consulted with and addressed several pharmaceutical companies, including Pfizer Inc.; AstraZeneca; and Forest Pharmaceuticals, part of Forest Laboratories, Inc. Completing his board certification in family practice with the American Academy of Family Physicians in 1991, Alfred Neuhoff MD recertified twice during his career, in 1998 and 2005, achieving a score in the top 1 percent nationally. Alfred Neuhoff MD’s patient satisfaction surveys rank in the upper 90th percentile, largely because of his attention to detail and his personal commitment to each and every case. Certified in Advanced Trauma Life Support and Advanced Cardiac Life Support, Alfred Neuhoff MD possesses nearly two decades of emergency medicine field experience. Currently, Alfred Neuhoff MD works as an Emergency Room Physician at Boscobel Area Health Care hospital, located in Boscobel and at Moundview Memorial Hospital in Friendship, both in Wisconsin.