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

St. Joseph's Medical Clinic Annual Gala

Join us for an Evening of Intrigue! Please RSVP by October 9th. Read More...

Waukesha Farmer's Market

Stop by our booth to learn more about St. Joseph's Medical Clinic. Find out how we are helping the uninsured residents of Waukesha County. Read More...

18th Annual Hispanic Family Health Fair

FREE Immunizations for all children, and healthcare resources and screenings for adults at La Casa de Esperanza. Read More...

Holiday Bazaar

Held at St. John's Lutheran Church.


Press Releases

August 31, 2015

St. Joseph's Medical Clinic (SJMC) is hosting its 3rd annual dinner and auction on October 24 at the Red Circle Inn in Nashotah. Guests are invited to participate in a Top Secret Mission while enjoying dinner, cocktails (both shaken and stirred!), silent and live auction, Diamonds Are Forever raffle, music and dancing. The event begins at 5:30 pm with an opportunity to enjoy appetizers while you view the silent auction items, with dinner at 7:30 pm.

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June 25, 2015

Following the 2013 and 2014 ACA Marketplace health insurance enrollments the US Department of Health and Human Services released a report on how the ACA affected the number of uninsured in all counties in the United States. It was reported that Waukesha County as of December 2014 has 27,300 individuals who remain without health insurance. This leaves the Free Clinics in Waukesha County and elsewhere with the challenge of meeting the needs of these individuals.

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Compassionate, Responsive and Creative

Jessica-OsenbruggeThe need continues to provide health care to the uninsured and low-income residents of Waukesha County. For 38 years, St. Joseph’s Medical Clinic, Inc. continues to provide a “safety net” to meet the medical care needs of families and individuals who are struggling to afford their healthcare costs. The clinic is expanding the ability to serve patients by raising the eligibility level to 250% of poverty level. The Board of Directors recognizes that food, childcare, gas and housing costs continue to rise thereby creating challenges for community residents to meet all of their basic necessities including visits with the doctor and medications.

Additionally, the clinic is responding to the continued need by creating a new leadership structure that will support expanding the clinic’s primary care services. In January, the Board of Directors approved an operational enhancement in moving the clinic’s mission forward by bringing on a new Executive Director and creating a Clinic Manager position.

Jessica Osenbrügge is appointed Executive Director of St. Joseph’s Medical Clinic effective June 1, 2015. Jessica brings a wealth of knowledge and experience to the clinic. She has served in a variety of positions at the Dr. James E. Albrecht Free Clinic in West Bend, WI, including as Business Operations Coordinator. She participated in the community’s Latino Health Outreach Project Steering Team through Casa Guadalupe Education Center, Inc. Since 2014, Jessica has been serving as Vice President of the Wisconsin Association of Free and Charitable Clinic, a state-wide non-profit organization with a mission to support and strengthen the state’s 70+ free clinics.



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.


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


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.


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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