The Good Neighbor Clinic (GNC) was founded in 1999 with the establishment of a Board of Directors, and it opened to clients in November of that year with the support of local physicians and over 50 volunteers. The GNC is a not-for-profit corporation with 501©(3) tax exempt status. Donations to the Clinic are tax deductible, and are used for direct services to patients.
The clinic new location is 95 Lincoln Avenue, Prairie du Sac, Wisconsin. The Clinic offers numerous tax exempt and community service organizations a home. St. John’s Lutheran Church in Prairie du Sac, was the initial home of the Good Neighbor Clinic prior to moving to its present permanent new location.
Sauk Prairie Healthcare donates basic outpatient diagnostic services to hospital source area residents. The three Sauk Prairie area pharmacies provide all medications to the clinic at cost (patients pay $1.00 per prescription.) Some local physicians and dentists donate specialty care upon referral.
WHO DOES THE GOOD NEIGHBOR CLINIC SERVE:
We care for all patients needs that are included in a typical primary family practice clinic. The exception is we do not do surgery of any kind, nor do we do obstetrics. When a patient’s needs are beyond our capacity, we assist in referrals.