Welcome to the Community Clinic of Door County, Inc. (CCDC). We provide primary (non-emergency) health and mental health care for people who do not have health insurance. As a patient to CCDC your care is our top priority.
Sturgeon Bay - 1623 Rhode Island Street. 920-746-8989 or toll-free 888-698-8989. Hours - Mon.-Thurs., 10am-5pm
Sister Bay - 10539 Applewood Drive. 920-854-4154 (ask for Community Clinic). Hours - 9am-11:30am
The mission of the Community Clinic of Door County is to provide primary (non-emergency) care, mental health care, and complimentary health care to the uninsured and under insured of Door County. Services are provided by trained, licensed medical providers including Doctors, Nurse Practitioners, Nurses, Massage Therapists, and a Mental Health Therapist. Provider services are offered on a sliding-fee scale based on family size and income according to the Federal Poverty Guidelines. All patients are seen regardless of ability to pay.
A Little History
Free Clinic primary health services began in Door County in 2000 under the name of Open Door Community Health Center under direction of Door County Memorial Hospital/Ministry Health Care. The Open Door Clinic closed in 2003, and a primary health program restarted and operated under the direction of Wellness Center of Door County in 2004. Wellness Center now operates as a separate entity providing reproductive health services. In 2005 Community Clinic of Door County, Inc. was founded and continues today providing primary (non-emergency), mental health, and complementary health care for the uninsured and underserved in two locations. Although CCDC is not a "free clinic" no one is turned away because of inability to pay. Fees are based on family size and income and offered on a sliding fee scale. Quality care is made possible by licensed volunteer doctors, nurse practitioners, physician assistants and support staff.
What We Do
Patients come to us seeking care for concerns such as a sore throat, an earache or stomachache, or help living with chronic conditions like high blood pressure, diabetes or depression. CCDC provides lab testing and works with patients to find the most cost effective medications or can help with enrolling eligible patients in a variety of different programs that will help pay for medications. Individual counseling and support groups with a Licensed Therapist are offered as well as Massage Therapy.