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MEDiC operates seven clinics at various locations throughout Madison. These clinics provide a variety of services, including general medical care, physical therapy, dentistry and mental health care.


Note: Currently, the only MEDiC clinic that serves the general public is the South Side Clinic.


Center for Families Pediatric Clinic


The MEDiC Center for Families Pediatric Clinic opened in June 2015. It is the only free clinic exclusively serving children in the Madison area, and currently only serves clients of the Center for Families.


Grace Clinic


The Grace Clinic is MEDiC's first clinic. It opened in February 1991 and works out of the Porchlight Men's Shelter in the Grace Episcopal Church on the Capitol Square.


Madison Dental Initiative


The Madison Dental Initiative offers dental services to residents of the Salvation Army Family and Women's Shelter.


Michele Tracy Preventative Health Clinic


The Michele Tracy Preventative Health MEDiC Clinic provides specific programs aimed at improving the health status of residents of Porchlight's North Brooks Street housing facility.


Reach Out and Read


Reach Out and Read is a national program that supports children's language and literacy development. MEDiC currently operates ROR in its Salvation Army and South Side Clinics.


Safe Haven Mental Health Clinic


The Safe Haven Mental Health MEDiC Clinic opened in 1996 and works out of Porchlight's Safe Haven facility.


Salvation Army Clinic


The Salvation Army Clinic is the second MEDiC Clinic. It also opened in 1991 and sees residents of the Salvation Army Family and Women's Shelter.


South Side Clinic


The South Side MEDiC Clinic opened in November 1992 and operates out of the Access Community Health Center Harambee Clinic.

Last updated: 08/03/2015
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