John DeGiovanni MD, FACS

John A. DeGiovanni MD, FACS

Medical Director

Dr. John DeGiovanni is a board-certified physician who specializes in General Surgery as well as dermatological procedures. Dr. DeGiovanni earned a Bachelor of Science degree from Bradley University and then attended the University of Illinois-College of Medicine where he earned his MD degree. He went on to enter an internship at St. Mary’s Hospital in Madison, WI followed by a residency in general surgery at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. After residency, Dr. DeGiovanni moved to Sauk Prairie and founded Surgical Associates. He has been providing surgical care for the citizens of the Sauk Prairie area for over 30 years.

Dr. DeGiovanni has been the Medical Director of Rejuvenation Clinic of Sauk Prairie since its opening in 2011. His thorough review of clinic charts, processes and availability at a moments’ notice makes him an integral part of the Clinic. Dr. DeGiovanni’s many years of surgery, including multiple dermatological cases, allows for collaboration, learning, and mentorship between him and the providers. In 2017, he retired from General Surgery but continues to be Medical Director for Home Health United hospice center in addition to Rejuvenation Clinic.

Dr. DeGiovanni has also been donating his time and resources performing medical mission work with the Haiti Medical Mission of Wisconsin. He works alongside a group of healthcare workers each year to collect medical products, drugs, and other basic necessities for the people of Thiotte, Haiti. Dr. DeGiovanni performs medical and surgical care that is badly needed by the people in that area. In recognition of his charitable work and leadership in both Wisconsin and Haiti, Dr. DeGiovanni was awarded the distinguished Wisconsin Physician of the Year Award in 2002.


Fellow of the American College of Surgeons
American Medical Association
State Medical Society of Wisconsin
Wisconsin Surgical Society
Sauk County Medical Society


Dr. DeGiovanni  lives in Prairie du Sac with his wife Marian. They have raised four children in the Sauk Prairie community, two of whom have entered the medical field. He is an active participant in the Sauk Prairie community: having served on both school and hospital boards, coaching soccer for many years, and participating in a number of many church and community functions. Dr. DeGiovanni enjoys spending time with his four grandchildren, cooking delicious Italian food and watching soccer games.