Federally Qualified Health Centers (FQHC)
What is a FQHC?
You may know a Federally Qualified Health Center (FQHC) as your local community health clinic. The U.S. Department of Health & Human Services makes available FQHCs across the country to expand and improve the availability and ease of access of primary and preventive health care services, and related support services provided to low income individuals.
What do they offer?
FQHCs offer a schedule of discounts for persons unable to pay a full fee, including nominal or no fees for services provided to the poorest of the populations served. Please visit the U.S. Department of Health & Human Services for further information, www.hrsa.org.
What FQHCs are available in Wisconsin*?
For your convenience, please click here to view a listing of Wisconsin FQHCs (current as of 9/10).
*These Wisconsin FQHCs are within the MHS and Network Health Plan (NHP) provider network. We also offer a full listing of all ”in-network” physicians, hospitals, and other providers at Find A Doctor.
Members Services is available to assist you at (888) 713-6180, Monday through Friday, 8 am to 5 pm.
The MHS Convenient Care Clinic is a FQHC that provides quality care services in a convenient location, offering nice, new and modern medical offices. They are located in mid-town Milwaukee at 4061 N. 54th Street. No appointments are necessary. Walk-ins are welcome!
Please click here for additional information, as well as to view a complete listing of services available.