Contact Dr. Stephanie Findley, Board Vice Chair of the Findley Foundation and Director of the Findley Medical Clinic at (414) 988-3079 or [email protected].
WAUWATOSA, Wis. – The Findley Medical Clinic has earned a 2022 “Gold Rating” for quality of care from the National Association of Free and Charitable Clinics (NAFC).
The NAFC’s mission is to ensure that the medically underserved have access to affordable health care.
“These standards allow us to showcase the quality of care provided to our patients to policymakers, partners, funders and stakeholders. Additionally, the standards assist the NAFC in developing benefits and resources that will help our members enhance the care you provide to patients,” the NAFC said in a statement about the award.
The Findley Clinic at 10721 W. Capitol Drive, Suites 110 and 210, in Wauwatosa, is operated by the Findley Foundation.
“Gaining the NAFC Gold Rating for Quality Standards is another milestone for the Findley Medical Clinic. This achievement does not happen without the complete dedication to quality care by our staff,” said Dr. Stephanie Findley, Director of the Findley Medical Clinic and Vice-Chair of the Findley Foundation.
Since opening in response to COVID-19 pandemic in 2020, the Findley Medical Clinic has provided more than 4,000 vaccinations and booster shots to segments of the Milwaukee population that tend to be uninsured and underserved. In addition to COVID vaccines, other services provided by the clinic include primary care, urgent care, case management, behavioral health, medication management, family planning, laboratory services, food resources/pantry, housing resources, vocational training and more.
Fifty-five percent of the patients served by the Findley Medical Clinic are Black, Hispanic, Asian or Native American. Many would not otherwise have access to health care.