Release Date: Immediate
By: Jessica Osenbrügge
St. Joseph’s Medical Clinic
Contact: Jessica Osenbrügge, 262-544-6777, firstname.lastname@example.org
FREE HEALTH INFORMATION SESSIONS AT ST. JOSEPH’S MEDICAL CLINIC
(05/31/2017) Immediate St. Joseph’s Medical Clinic, Inc., in partnership with the Bryant & Stratton College Occupational Therapy Assistant and Physical Therapist Assistant Student programs, is offering free health information and sessions this summer. There is no charge for the information or sessions. All are welcomed to attend!
Physical Therapy will focus on common pain-related issues and improve daily function. Physical therapy information sessions begin at 5:30pm on the following Monday evenings through St. Joseph’s Medical Clinic. The clinic’s Monday evening hours are hosted at 210 NW Barstow Street in downtown Waukesha:
June 5th – Low Back Pain
June 19th – Shoulder Pain
July 17th – Foot/ankle pain
July 31st- Arthritis
Occupational Therapy provides patients with assistance in assessing their daily activities, developmental disabilities, and other health-related factors. Throughout the summer, information will be provided at St. Joseph’s Medical Clinic sessions on Monday evenings. Even if you are currently not a patient of St. Joseph’s Medical Clinic, all are welcomed to stop in and request information packets.
June 12th - Heart Health
June 26th - Nutrition
July 10th – Diabetes
July 24th - Stress ManagementAugust 7th - Health Literacy
In 2017, the clinic and Bryant & Stratton College began a partnership with a goal in providing comprehensive healthcare services to the clinic’s uninsured and underinsured patients. For 40 years, St. Joseph’s Medical Clinic has been providing medical services to community members who reside, work, or attend school in Waukesha County. Annually, the clinic serves approximately 600+ patients and provides over 4,600 services. The partnership between the clinic and the college has been made possible through a grant-supported initiative under the Aurora Health Care Better Together Fund administered by the Greater Milwaukee Foundation.
About St. Joseph’s Medical Clinic St. Joseph’s Medical Clinic, a 501(c) (3) nonprofit organization, assists uninsured or underinsured individuals and operates with a small core staff and volunteer medical providers from local healthcare systems. Helping patients understand how to manage their health including nutrition education and exercise along with support in coordinating medical care with local healthcare systems and community resources is a core component of the clinic’s medical care. For a full listing of services, hours of operation, to make an appointment, or to donate, contact the clinic at 262-544-6777 or visit the clinic on the web at www.sjmdc.net.
About Bryant & Stratton College
Bryant & Stratton College is a private career college that provides career relevant education with a focus on employability and student success in a personalized environment. The College is regionally accredited by the Middle States Commission on Higher Education, which is an institutional accrediting agency recognized by the U.S. Secretary of Education, and the Council for Higher Education Accreditation. Bryant & Stratton College has campus locations in New York, Ohio, Virginia, and Wisconsin, as well as an Online Education division and a Professional Skill Center. For more than 160 years, Bryant & Stratton College has offered students access to career-relevant education leading to bachelor’s degrees, associate degrees, diplomas, and professional certificates in the fields of business, criminal justice, design, financial services, healthcare, hospitality, human resources, paralegal studies, and information technology. For more information about our graduation rates, the median debt of students who completed the program, and other important information, please visit www.bryantstratton.edu/disclosures. General information also can be found on the College’s website at www.bryantstratton.edu.
L-R: Phil Schuman, President of the Greater Delafield Community Fund, Jessica Osenbrügge, Executive Director of St. Joseph’s Medical Clinic, Dr. James Gardner St. Joseph’s Medical Clinic Board Director, Sharon Haas Board Director, Dr. Shelley Watters Board President of St. Joseph’s Medical Clinic, Mary Casey Board Director, Dr. Michael Mazzone Board Director, Michael O. Bohren Board Director, and Michelle Krauska Board Secretary of St. Joseph’s Medical Clinic.
(05/24/2017) Immediate St. Joseph’s Medical Clinic, Inc., a free clinic serving Waukesha County, is a grant recipient of the Greater Delafield Community Fund.
The Greater Delafield Community Fund provided generous support for services towards community members in the Greater Delafield area. St. Joseph’s Medical Clinic provides free medical care to uninsured and underserved community members who reside, work, or attend school throughout Waukesha County including patients in the Greater Delafield area. Jessica Osenbrügge, Executive Director of the clinic said, “We are honored to be the first-time grant recipients of the Greater Delafield Community Fund. We look forward to partnering with the organization and a caring committee of compassionate community servants. Uninsured individuals and families in the Greater Delafield area have a place to receive medical care and support”. To learn more about the Greater Delafield Community Fund, please visit www.delafieldfund.org.
The clinic hosts weekly primary care clinics on Monday evenings at the Waukesha Family Practice Center at 210 NW Barstow Street in downtown Waukesha. Walk-ins are also welcome! On Wednesday morning and Thursday evenings, clinic sessions are available by appointment only at 826 N. East Ave in downtown Waukesha.
St. Joseph’s Medical Clinic, a 501(c) (3) nonprofit organization, assists uninsured or underinsured individuals and operates with a small core staff and volunteer medical providers from local healthcare systems. Helping patients understand how to manage their health including nutrition education and exercise along with support in coordinating medical care with local healthcare systems and community resources is a core component of the clinic’s medical care. For a full listing of services, hours of operation, to make an appointment, or to donate, contact the clinic at 262-544-6777 or visit the clinic on the web at www.sjmdc.net.
"Alex" came to St. Joseph's as a brand new patient in November 2016. Alex prides himself on being able to take care of himself. In the past, Alex received health care through his own health insurance when he had a job and could afford it. Like many others he turned to SJMC to access health care when he lost his job and health insurance. Since he began his care at SJMC, he has a Primary Care Provider, access to life saving medications supported by grants and private donations. He requires frequent lab tests, monitoring his health status. These tests are provided by the Waukesha Memorial Hospital lab and ProHealth Care. Two network specialists, Waukesha Surgical Specialists and Nephrology Associates are supporting him in his course of treatment. Additional support services include the Waukesha Food Pantry, and the Interfaith Holiday Basket program. Frequent clinic visits are needed to monitor his blood pressure. The electronic medical record system SJMC now uses has improved the capability of providers to coordinate his care as he moves forward to be well.
Thank you everyone for your support. You are truly making a difference in the lives of those in your community.
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