The Free Clinic of the Greater Menomonie Area provides access to primary health care and preventive health education for the people of Western Wisconsin who have no health care alternative.
Who is served?
Services at the Free Clinic of the Greater Menomonie Area are provided to anyone who is in need of medical care and who does not have access to other medical resources. Services are provided according to need, without discrimination based on race, religion, gender, sexual orientation or residency. Individuals who seek medical care at the Free Clinic of the Greater Menomonie Area will be offered information about other resources in the community and assistance will be provided as necessary for obtaining those services. Fees for services are based on federal poverty level guidelines. The following services are NOT available through the Free Clinic of the Greater Menomonie Area:
- Testing for sexually transmitted diseases*
- Birth control*
- Pregnancy testing*
- Prescriptions for narcotics and other controlled substances
*Service is available to Dunn County residents through Dunn County Health Department. Other county residents should check with their local health departments.
Clinic services are available Tuesdays from 5 to 7 p.m. on a first come, first serve basis. Walk-ins only, appointments are not given. The clinic is housed on Level A at 2321 Stout Road in Menomonie.
Volunteer physicians, social service workers, nurses, laboratory technicians, pharmacy helpers and receptionists staff the clinic when it is open. Students in various fields work as volunteers under professional supervision. A volunteer Board of Directors governs the overall operation of the clinic and is responsible for program development. The Free Clinic's operating budget is made possible through donations by individuals, corporations and foundations. Donations appreciated Send donations to Free Clinic of the Greater Menomonie Area P.O. Box 624 Menomonie, WI 54751.
Gifts of the Heart Benefit 2013