St. Joseph's Medical Clinic opened in 1977 and is one of approximately 1,200 Free and Charitable Clinics throughout the country, since the 1960's, that have been filling the gap for those who "fall through the cracks" in our broken health care system. Free and Charitable Clinics will remain an important part of the country's safety net, even after the implementation of the Affordable Care Act. Our clinics receive little to no state or federal funding and therefore we rely heavily on the generosity of individual donors, foundations and grants as sources of funding.
Health & Insurance Enrollment Fair
Last day to Enroll in Health Insurance is February 15th. Sign up at the Fair!
The Enrollment Fair is FREE and Open to the Public.
Insurance Enrollment Assistance will be provided at the Enrollment Fair. It is suggested that you bring the following with you to enroll in insurance:
The Enrollment Fair will also provide:
When: Saturday, February 7th • 10am - 2pm
Where: La Casa de Esperanza • 410 Arcadian Ave • Waukesha, WI 53186
For more details, please check our upcoming events page.
Mammograms on the go! Mammograms will be available during the Health Insurance Enrollment Fair at La Casa de Esperanza by appointment only.
If you want to get your mammogram on the bus, call ProHealth Care Komen Grant at (262) 928-4031 to make an appointment.
Funding is available for the uninsured.
Stop by the Susan G. Komen® booth for a breast health educational presentation and learn how to earn a Kohl's gift card. There will be available appointments for the mobile mammography coach doing mammograms on site.
Executive Director Job Opportunity
Under the direction of the Board, the Executive Director (ED) is responsible for the professional leadership and management of St. Joseph’s Medical Clinic Inc. (SJMC) The Executive Director, working in collaboration with the board, moves the clinic forward in the development and implementation of internal and external goals that reflect the organization's mission. The Executive Director provides overall leadership for strategy, organizational development, program implementation, financial oversight and fund development.
Education: Bachelor’s Degree in relevant field or equivalent combination of education and experience. Background in Community and/or Health Services, Human Services, Business Administration, Marketing, Public Health, Health Administration
Experience: Experience in fund development, grant writing, marketing and fund raising. Minimum five years in management and financial administration experience or minimum five years of experience in equivalent position. Experience in Non-profit Organization. Fluency in fiscal management, budgeting, QuickBooks software and all Microsoft Office applications required; proven success in grant writing and fund raising
Other: Strong public speaking skills and excellent listening skills, exceptional communication skills, ability to work independently and multi-task daily