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.
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