How can we help?

Thank you for considering the Good Neighbor Clinic to help you with a health care need. Let’s talk about what will happen when you come to our clinic: for the first time.

During your first visit:

We will ask you to arrive in 30 minutes before your appointment because we will need to collect some information for our medical chart. Due to Covid 19 you must wear a mask at all times when you are talking with our staff. One family member will be allowed in the clinic with you.

You will meet our social worker or other staff member who will ask you some questions. Interpreters will be available to help. We will ask you for contact information and other demographic data to help us know how to follow up with you regarding additional needs such as lab work results, additional appointments, or access to other services.

We will also go over your health history so our providers have a more complete picture of your health status. If you are on medication please bring them with you to the clinic or write down the names of the medicines and dosage.

We will ask you for a photo ID or take a digital picture of you if you have no ID. This helps make sure we are serving the correct patient who is accessing care with your name.

Before you enter the clinic exam room, we will screen you for Covid symptoms, take your temperature and ask you to wash your hands.

Once in the clinic we will get your weight, pulse and blood pressure readings.

You will be escorted to an exam room, meet one of our nurses, and be seen by one of our providers who will help you with your health issue.

Services that we provide at the clinic include:

  • Primary care medical evaluation by a physician, physician assistant or nurse practitioner. No obstetric care is provided at the clinic.
  • Nurse led care coordination to support complex medical conditions through education and coaching (i.e. diabetes, hypertension, pharmacy needs)
  • Medications as ordered by our provider. No narcotics are available in the clinic or ordered by our providers.
  • Medical imaging
  • Laboratory testing
  • Physical or occupational therapy
  • Referral to medical specialists
  • Mental health assessment, referral and support
  • Assistance with accessing other community resources such as health insurance if you qualify, food pantries, food stamps, disability services

Dental care is provided through St. Vincent de Paul Dental Clinic, 1906 North St. Prairie du Sac, WI  53578.  Call the Dental Clinic at (608) 644-0504 to make an appointment.

Interpreters are available to assist you during your visit.

Call 608-643-4749 to schedule an appointment. We begin answering our phones at 11:30 a.m. on Mondays and Wednesdays.

If you are a current patient of the clinic and need help with a prescription please call 608-643-4749 and ask for a Prescription Assistance Nurse to help you.

Covid 19 precautions are followed at the clinic. All patients and staff must wear masks when in the clinic. Patients with Covid symptoms cannot be seen at the clinic. If you have mild Covid symptoms please get tested. Testing sites can be found at Wisconsin Department of Health Services  and if you have severe Covid symptoms please call 911 or consider going to the Emergency Department.  

The  Good Neighbor Clinic does not and shall not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion (creed), gender, gender expression, age, national origin (ancestry), disability, marital status, sexual orientation, immigration status or military status, in any of its clinical activities.

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