Richard Milewicz II, MPAS, RPA-C

Originally from Buffalo, New York, Richard and his wife were drawn to the area after living in Manitowoc for eight years. They believe Midwestern values make for a great place to raise their three children. A STAR-Certified Clinician, Richard earned his Bachelor of Arts from the University at Buffalo, The State University of New York, and a Master of Science in Physician Assistant Studies from Daemen College in Amherst, New York. He is an active listener who believes honest and frank communication is key to developing personalized care that’s tailored to each individual patient.

In his free time, Richard enjoys skiing, biking, gardening, fishing and hunting.

“I actively listen to my patients and communicate honestly and frankly. It is always my goal to provide them with care that is tailored just for them every step of the way.”


  • Bachelor of Arts in Biological Sciences and Philosophy, Univesity at Buffalo, The State University of NY, Buffalo, NY
  • Master of Science in Physician Assistant Studies, Daemen College, Amherst, NY


  • Star Certified Clinician
  • National Committee of the Certification of Physician Assistants since 2004
  • Graduate Magna Cum Laude from University at Buffalo in 2000
  • American Academy of Physician Assistants
  • Providing medical oncology care in Wisconsin for almost a decade
  • Special interest in prostate cancer, targeted therapies and osteoclastic inhibits
  • Born in Buffalo, New York and raised in western New York
  • Enjoys skiing, bicycling, gardening, fishing and hunting
  • Married, father of three


Richard excels at anyalyzing challenges from all angles and works to find creative solutions that best fit his patients’ needs. He has a straight-forward communication style and is always open to questions and feedback from patients and their families.
KEY TRAITS: driven, analytical, problem solver

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