St. Ann Center Bucyrus Campus Medical Clinic has been awarded the Bronze Seal of Excellence from the Wisconsin Association of Free & Charitable Clinics (WAFCC). The Milwaukee clinic, located at 2450 W. North Ave., is one of eight clinics to be awarded the designation.
The WAFCC Standards of Excellence are designed to promote best practices that maximize access to health care and improve the overall quality of care for uninsured, underserved, economically and socially disadvantaged and vulnerable populations. There are 91 free and charitable clinics across the state, serving more than 60 counties.
The mission of the Bucyrus Campus Medical Clinic, opened in fall 2016, is to become a health care home for the north side neighborhood, with an emphasis on education, wellness and preventative medicine. Providing primary care for all ages, services range from treatment of illnesses and injuries, annual physicals and health education classes to neurological services, vaccinations and chronic disease management.
St. Ann Center Bucyrus Campus Medical Clinic is a charitable clinic that accepts all forms of Medicaid and most insurance. Clinic fees are set at $35 per visit for those uninsured or under insured. The clinic is open Monday-Friday, 8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m. Appointments are required and same-day appointments are available. For more information, or to schedule an appointment, call (414) 210-2430.
The other seven clinics honored are: Muslim Community Health Clinic, Milwaukee (Gold Seal); InHealth Community Clinic, Boscobel (Silver Seal); Community Outreach Clinic, Menomonee Falls; Lake Area Free Clinic, Oconomowoc; St. Joseph’s Medical Clinic, Waukesha; Community Connection Free Clinic, Dodgeville and HealthNet of Rock County, Janesville (all Bronze Seals).
The WAFCC was founded in 2014 to support, strengthen and advocate for the uniqueness of Wisconsin free and charitable clinics, the patients they serve and the communities with whom they partner.Did you like this story? Subscribe to NNS today.