Sin seguro de salud
Durante la crisis de salud con el coronavirus, la mayoria de las clínicas pueden atenderlo pero debe llamar antes de ir.
Finding a Primary Care Doctor or Clinic
Your insurance company (HMO) can tell you which doctors are covered and taking new patients. You can also call medical clinics directly.
If you need help to find clinic locations and phone numbers, you can call United Way 211 (dial 2-1-1).
If you need an interpreter, tell the clinic when you make your appointment.
See our list of Free and Lower Cost Clinic Options
Mental Health Services & Substance Abuse
Ask your primary care doctor
Call your insurance company to find out where to go
Recovery Dane referral service: (608) 237-1661
Journey Mental Health Center : (608) 280-2720
First Breath :(608) 251-1675 Free program to help all people quit smoking.
Wisconsin Tobacco QuitLine : 1-800-784-8669
DAIS: (608) 251-4445 or 1-800-747-4045 Domestic Violence Support
NAMI Dane County : (608) 249-7188 Support for individuals and families with mental illness.
Comprehensive Community Services : Youth (608) 283-1400, Adult (608) 242-6415 For those with Medical Assistance and a mental health and/or substance use issue needing rehab services.
Crisis Text Line: Text HOME to 741741
Lower Cost Prescriptions
Ask your primary care doctor
St. Vincent's Charitable Pharmacy : 2033 Fish Hatchery Rd., Madison, WI 53713. Call (608) 257-0919 to ask about their hours
See our Oral Health section.
Free and Lower Cost Clinic Options
Accepts insurance and BadgerCare Plus/Medicaid, and provides lower cost care for those without insurance.
Medical and dental clinics in south Madison, east Madison and Sun Prairie
Urgent care, sports physicals, occupational and immigration health screening, and other care. Does not accept BadgerCare Plus; payment is required at time of service.
East: 1619 N. Stoughton Rd., Madison, WI 53704 (608) 244-1213
West: 358 Junction Rd., Madison, WI 53717 (608) 829-1888
Free walk in services offered by UW School of Medicine and Public Health for those who don’t have insurance or a primary care doctor. No emergency or sexual health concern visits.
2202 S. Park St., Madison, WI 53713
Saturdays, 8:00 am – 1:00 pm
Provides care to those not eligible for BadgerCare Plus/Medicaid. No contraceptives or STI testing.
6425 Odana Rd., Madison, WI 53719
Low cost reproductive health care. Offers abortion services. Accepts BadgerCare Plus/Medicaid.
3706 Orin Rd, Madison, WI 53704
2222 S. Park St., Suite 210, Madison, WI 53713
Public Health Madison & Dane County
Find out more information about our health care services:
Full service Obstetric and Gynecology clinic that serves patients regardless of ability to pay.
202 S. Park St., Madison - Meriter Hospital
For adults who live within the area surrounding Stoughton Hospital, with low income, and with no health insurance or high deductibles.
1116 Ridge St., Stoughton, 1st and 3rd Thursdays 5:00 pm – 8:30 pm
Children: Primary Access for Kids (PAK) program for Madison students - ask your school nurse
Older adults and people with disabilities: The Aging and Disability Resource Center (ADRC) of Dane County connects older adults and people with disabilities to the services they need. Call (608) 240-7400.
Madison Dane County Public Health:
As of March 17, 8:00 am:
• PHMDC is still maintaining contact with enrolled PNCC and NFP clients.
• All visits will be conducted using telehealth and the client to nurse ratio has increased slightly.
• In person, home visits will be considered for newborns requiring weight checks.
• Nurses will continue to send you the paperwork for telehealth visits conducted with OB medical home patients.
• Still accepting referrals for perinatal services and enrollment by phone
• WIC offices are open and operating under their normal schedule.
If you need to apply for Badgercare Plus, you may do so in one of the following ways:
• Call the Capitol Consortium at 1-888-794-5556 to apply by phone.
• Members can apply online at www.access.wisconsin.gov.
• Members can apply by submitting a paper application by printing this application and mailing it. It’s available in Spanish, Hmong and English.
Applications and information for Foodshare, Childcare Assistance and other assistance programs should be directed to the Capitol Consortium at 1-888-794-
5556; ask about applying by phone.
Marketplace Insurance Coverage
If you need to apply for health insurance because you have lost coverage, go to www.healthcare.gov to review your options for coverage available through the
Insurance Application Assistance
Covering Wisconsin continues to provide assistance with health insurance questions and enrollment. Appointments will be primarily done over the phone or via video
conference in order to promote good public health safety. Please call 608-261-1455 or 414-270-4677 or go to the Connector tool to find local
Dane County Department of Human Services
• Dane County Department of Human Services Available Services Here
Proveedores de Salud
Website en español > https://coronavirus.uwhealth.org/es/