Medical Services

​Journey to a Healthier Future

A Happier and Healthier You

Patients may receive nurse visits, medical provider examinations, and treatment planning. Other diagnostic lab and x-rays tests, specialty care, and chronic care management are provided through our network of providers.

​Patients may receive medications to support their health. Many prescriptions are supported by community grant programs. We do not prescribe narcotic medications.

Each year, we assist patients and the Waukesha County community with questions and enrollment for health insurance including and the state Medicaid program, BadgerCare.

To Make An Appointment, Call Us at 1-262-544-6777

Specialty Care

Women’s Health specialty clinic is offered once per month to meet the need if uninsured women needing preventive and medical care. Services included exam, PAP, pelvic exam, manual breast exam, and referral for needed follow-up services.

Podiatry specialty clinic is offered once per month to address individual’s foots health including the special needs of diabetics. Exams, treatment, education, and referrals for follow-up are provided.

Our Occupational Therapy (OT) program, in collaboration with Carroll University College of Health Sciences, provides an assessment of physical impairments, developmental disabilities, cognitive functioning including safety and environmental awareness, and psycho-social analysis to help identify socio-economic and Behavioral Health issues that may present challenges towards a healthy pathway.

Once per month, the physical therapy clinic provides assessment and recommendations to improve your mobility and manage pain. A referral from a volunteer provider is required. Carroll University College of Health Sciences PT department will be offering ongoing services to WFC patients.

Three times per month, WFC staff and volunteers provide comprehensive care, medications, education, and supplies to at-risk and diabetic patients. In 2020, Carroll University College of Health Sciences will offer exercise programs for WFC patients to help support and improve their wellness.

The top medical diagnosis at Waukesha Free Clinic is diabetes, hypertension, high cholesterol, chronic obstructive pulmonary disorder, and hypothyroidism. Currently, seven of the 10 leading causes of death in Wisconsin and the United States as a whole are due to chronic diseases, accounting for approximately 2 out of every 3 deaths annually (McKenna and Collins, 2010; Wisconsin Interactive Statistics on Health, 2009)1

1 WI Dept. of Health Services Healthiest Wisconsin 2020

Carroll University College of Health and Sciences Sponsored Programs

Patients of WFC will have access to many ongoing services provided by the university’s College of Health Sciences. A Rehabilitation Exercise Clinic will be offered to support and improve chronic disease states. Educational programs on diet (general healthy diet and diabetic diet), anxiety/stress reduction, and behavioral modification. All available to WFC patients.

WI Healthiest 2020 Report