CCFC offers health assessments, primary care, some diagnostic labs and x-rays, prescription medications, health education, referrals to community resources, and follow-up as needed.
When needed, CCFC refers patients to specialty services that go beyond primary care. Mental health assessments and counseling, orthopedic consults, physical therapy, nutrition and diabetes management are all available locally without cost to the patient. Other special needs (oncology, rheumatology, neurology, etc.) are referred to Benevolent Specialists Physicians (BSP) in Middleton, Wisconsin.
CCFC does not provide emergency care such as for heart attacks or broken bones, does not provide obstetric services (birth and reproductive health, etc.) and does not perform surgery.
Adults & children, people having difficulty accessing primary health care, etc. and those with no health insurance including state programs such as Medicare, Medicaid, and Badger Care.
Funding includes grants and donations from private and government based organizations, businesses, and individuals. Donations are appreciated and are tax deductible. Check s/b made payable to Richland Community Free Clinic, c/o Karl Hirsbrunner, Treasurer. The Free Clinic is provided through the cooperative efforts of the Richland Hospital, Inc., Richland Medical Center and Richland County Health and Human Services.
Eligibility: Adults, people having difficulty accessing primary health care, etc.
Intake procedure: Appointments preferred, but walk-ins accepted.