St. Joseph's Medical Clinic Providing Compassionate Care For People In Need For Over 35 Years.

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.


Upcoming Events

Business Alliance Networking After 5 "The Power of Giving"

Come visit St. Joseph's Medical Clinic, a free clinic serving those in Waukesha County with their medical care, on April 28th at the Waukesha County Business Alliance Networking After 5 "The Power of Giving". There are many ways to help those in need in our local community. Volunteerism nurtures a healthy and vibrant community!

View our Upcoming Events page for more details about these events.

 

Press Release

"As a free clinic supporting individuals and families who reside, work, or go to school in Waukesha County, this grant allows our clinic to expand our services into a multi-disciplinary and patient-focused approach in a new way that will benefit patient health and overall health to our community. We are honored to receive this grant which will help ensure that we can support patients in Waukesha County who are looking for accessible, neighborhood health care options," said Elizabeth Davies, MD, a physician with ProHealth Medical Group and medical director for the clinic.

For further information in how St. Joseph's Medical Clinic is expanding its care, please see the April 20th press release.

 

Join Our Staff

St. Joseph's Medical Clinic Inc., seeks an Office Manager with strong financial and data management and critical thinking skills to work as a team member to serve patients in a free clinic setting. For 38 years, St. Joseph's Medical Clinic is a nonprofit agency that provides compassionate health care to low income and uninsured families and individuals who reside, work, or attend higher education in the Waukesha County community. This is a full-time position with benefits. At least five years related work experience, supervisory experience, intermediate to advanced knowledge of MS Office programs including Word and Excel, and an Associate degree in accounting is required. Familiarity with electronic health records is an asset. The ability to speak Spanish is a plus. Cover letter and resume may be sent electronically to Jessica at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or mail to St. Joseph's Medical Clinic Inc., 826 N. East Avenue, Waukesha, WI 53186. View the full job description.

 

Helping Hearts Donation Easter 2016

Helping Hearts

Thank You to Waukesha State Bank's Helping Hearts employee program for your delightful delivery of Easter baskets full of goodies! This is a wonderful surprise to many we serve who love some extra cheer. St. Joseph's Medical Clinic is grateful for your partnership and inspiration!

 

WDBA Silver Bells

Silver Bells

St. Joseph's Medical Clinic offers a heartfelt thank you to the Waukesha Downtown Business Association "Silver Bells" for your extremely generous donation towards friends and neighbors struggling to afford their healthcare costs. Your support will have such an incredible impact on the health and well-being of our patients, many of whom are so grateful for their medical care with us. Thank you for your partnership - it means so much to us! Thank you to many carolers in and around the Waukesha community and participating businesses for helping to make the holiday season so bright! You may visit Silver Bells at www.waukeshasilverbells.com. Please support local, small businesses who care so much about our community!

 

Kate Delaney Jolin Peacebuilder Award

Congratulations to Peggy Brown, Registered Nurse and Clinic Manager, for your profound and impactful community and nursing service you have provided to so many. Congratulations on your nomination for the 27th annual Kate Delaney Jolin Peacebuilder Award. We are so very proud of you! Thank you to PlowShare Fair Trade Market and Carroll University for the wonderful gala and dinner. It was an excellent event! We congratulate all award winners and are grateful for their extraordinary work in the Waukesha community!

Peacebuilder Award

 


Patients

Medical care, medications, and related support services are provided free or low-cost to eligible people. We serve the uninsured and low-income residents of Waukesha County. Read more to find out if you are eligible.

Services

Care is provided by nursing staff, volunteer health care professionals, and referral providers. Read more about our services.

Resources

Our staff and volunteers provide you with resources and referrals for your needs. We partner with community agencies and other health care providers to help meet your needs. Read more about additional resources located in our community.

Hours

Phone Calls:
Monday through Friday
9:00 AM - 3:45 PM

Doors Open:
Monday & Thursday
11:00 AM - 3:45 PM
Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday
9:00 AM - 3:45 PM

Appointments are required for the Medical Clinic.

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