Good Neighbor Clinic of Sauk Prairie, Inc.
We are a primary care clinic that provides care for non-emergency medical conditions. We serve individuals with no medical insurance or whose medical insurance fees keep them from accessing care. We are a non-profit organization that strives to improve the health and lives of people who face financial, cultural, or language barriers that prevent access to quality health care.
Our team includes volunteer physicians, advanced nurse practitioners, social workers, physician assistants, nurses, interpreters, and support staff who provide care and assistance.
Services available at the clinic include:
- Preventative, chronic illness, and primary medical care. 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)
- Community resource counseling and referrals to specialists as needed.
- Medication/prescription drug needs with local pharmacy support
- Radiology and laboratory tests through provider support.
- Mental health assessment, referral, and support
- 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.
- Serving the Sauk Prairie area community
Volunteer ProviderCategory: VolunteerProviders deliver primary, chronic illness, and preventative care to the patients we serve. The clinic has access to laboratory, radiology, and specialty care services for youth, adult, and geriatric populations. Patient pharmacy needs are supported by staff in our Prescriptive Assistant Program which has access to local pharmacies. The clinic does not offer obstetrical services but has referral ...read more
Volunteer Social WorkerCategory: VolunteerSocial Worker: Individuals should have a minimum of 2 years of experience as a licensed social worker or licensed clinical social worker. Duties include: greeting new patients and assisting them in completing their medical history, helping patients determine if qualify for medical insurance or other community resources such as food stamps, housing, disability, providing counseling support to ...read more
Volunteer Primary Care NursesCategory: VolunteerPrimary Care Nurses utilize the nursing process for triage and admission assessment of the patient’s biophysical, and psychosocial aspects of care (medical history and medication review, primary complaint, and social determinants). Nurses support patient care coordination for simple and complex medical conditions through patient education, provider collaboration, and community referral services, ...read more
Volunteer Prescription Assistance NurseCategory: VolunteerPrescription Assistance Nurse: Works with patients on an individual basis to obtain meds through a drug company program, a participating local pharmacy, or other resources. Dispenses medications to patients as ordered by the provider. Provides patient instruction on medication use or storage and any needed monitoring. Follows up with patients and drug companies to assure a consistent supply to ...read more
Volunteer Medical AssistantsCategory: VolunteerMedical Assistants bring previous work experience to support the clinic visit. Medical Assistants collect patient data on admission and duties include, but are not limited to Covid screening, a brief history statement, vital signs, medical procedure support (laboratory specimen collection, order documentation, radiology and laboratory result follow-up) clinic flow, and environmental cleaning post ...read more
Volunteer Clerical StaffCategory: VolunteerClerical Staff is the front-line ambassadors who set the tone for customer service through clinic telephone support (answering and transferring calls), patient scheduling (via an excel spreadsheet and reminder calls), and active problem solving with nursing and provider staff. Other duties include but are not limited to medical record establishment, ongoing chart maintenance, clinic visit logging, ...read more
Volunteer Spanish InterpretersCategory: VolunteerSpanish Interpreters provide fluid Spanish and English translation to the clinic’s non-English Spanish-speaking patients by supporting patient scheduling, education, and the clinical visit. Together with the nursing and provider staff, they support translation to assist with the primary care visit, medical procedures, post clinic follow-up, and patient care communication. The schedule for ...read more
Volunteer Project WorkCategory: VolunteerProject Work: From time to time the clinic needs help with special projects. These tend to be of limited duration ranging from a 2 to a 4 hr time commitment usually during our clinic hours on a Mon. or Wed.