This volunteer-based clinic is open for first-time and walk-in patients, but patients are encouraged to come before 3pm to reserve a spot in line and plan on waiting several hours for care, as
CVTC has partnered with the Marquette University School of Dentistry to provide dental services to the Chippewa Valley. The Dental Clinic is a working, learning clinic and its purpose is to educate while providing care to community members who lack a conventional dental option due to their financial situation.
Providing access to primary health care and preventive health education for the people of Western Wisconsin who have no health care alternative.
Offices located at First Presbyterian Church, 130 W. Central St.
The Open Door Clinic, Inc. is a non-profit organization that provides free basic health care services and a connection to community resources to uninsured Chippewa County residents who have a
Planned Parenthood delivers reproductive health care, sex education, and information to millions of women, men, and young people worldwide.
ReforMedicine is a direct pay family medicine clinic. Serving patients with high quality care at very affordable prices – typically at least 50% less expensive than insurance-based practices.
All students currently registered for classes at UW-Stout are eligible for health services. Full health care is available the first day of instruction, through the last weekday of the evaluation week.
Appointments: (715) 836-5360; Info: (715) 836-4311
UW-Eau Claire Crest Wellness Center, Upper Campus
Student Health Service aims to assist UW-Eau Claire students in their endeavors. Funded primarily by the student segregated fee, they provide quality health care at low costs. Student Health