Outreach Community Health Centers provides comprehensive, primary health care services to individuals and families at any age, insured or uninsured.
OCHC Primary Care Services include:
 
Adult and Family Primary Care Services — Outreach physicians and practitioners can address minor illnesses and chronic disease conditions, as well as provide immunizations, health screenings, and annual well-checks.

Certified Diabetic Education — Outreach offers diabetes self-management education in individual encounters and group settings through a Certified Diabetic Educator.

Coordinated Access to Specialty Care — For uninsured patients, Outreach has an agreement with Froedert and the Medical College of Wisconsin to provide specialty care to patients in need.

Women's Health Services — Outreach physicians, nurse-practitioners and certified nurse-midwives can address women’s health needs across the lifespan, including pre-natal and obstetric care, clinical breast exams and cervical cancer screening.

Prenatal Care and Child Health Care Coordination — Outreach’s Prenatal Care Coordination and Child Care Coordination program is designed to provide supportive services and assistance to women at risk to experience adverse birth outcomes because they lack resources, have unstable housing, or experience high levels of stress and/or pressure. Child Health Care Coordination is provided for children up to age 7 to ensure that little ones receive appropriate health services and scheduled immunizations.

Pediatric Care — High-quality children’s health services are provided by skilled Family Health Physicians and Advance Practice Nurse Practitioners.


Frequently Asked Questions

Do you accept Medicaid (BadgerCare)? — Outreach accepts Medicaid, Medicare and most private insurance plans.

What if I don’t have insurance? — The lack of insurance is no barrier to care at Outreach. We offer a generous Sliding Fee Schedule and have Benefits Specialists on staff to help you access any insurance for which you may be eligible.

Can I get the same quality of care as I would receive at a clinic operated by one of the area’s health systems? — Yes. Stanford University researchers addressed this question in 2012 and found that community health center physicians performed as well as their private practice colleagues in 13 of the 18 measures of adherence to professional and federal guidelines and followed guideline recommendations a higher percent of the time on the other five.

Can I get the same level of care from a Nurse Practitioner as I would from an MD? Outreach’s Advance Practice Nurse Practitioners are Board-certified to diagnose, treat and provide comprehensive family and/or women’s healthcare. Under the supervision of our Chief Medical Officer, they can also prescribe any medications you may need.

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