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Nuestro cuidado en las escuelas de St. Anthony

La Clínica de la Dieciséis recientemente abrió su primera clínica integrada en las escuelas de St. Anthony, la escuela católica de K-12 más grande en los Estados Unidos. A través de proporcionar cuidado médico dentro de la comunidad y fuera de las paredes de la clínica, las clínicas dentro de la escuela en St. Anthony…

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Milwaukee’s lead problem – and our fight against it.

“An estimated 10 percent of kids under age six in Milwaukee have unhealthy levels of lead in their blood. The culprit: lead-based paint.” In light of the Flint, Michigan lead disaster, WUWM Milwaukee Public Radio’s Susan Bence takes a look at our own lead problem right here in Milwaukee, and whats being done to combat it.…

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Healthy Latino Schools Initiative featured on Telemundo

Sixteenth Street’s Healthy Choices Program is partnering with AmeriCorps Farm to School to expand the work they do in schools to promote healthy eating and living.  The Healthy Latino Schools Initiative offers activities such as nutrition education in classes and after school, family nutrion programs, cooking lessons, gardening activities, outings where kids can visit farms,…

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Sixteenth Street Volunteer featured in Urban Milwaukee

Valued Sixteenth Street volunteer, Rochelle Neu, was featured in Urban Milwaukee’s Milwaukee Volunteer’s section for the amazing work and time she devotes to Sixteenth Street. Rochelle Neu has always had a passion and talent for making baby blankets and 4 years ago she found the perfect counterpart to that passion; moms in need at Sixteenth…

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President & CEO John Bartkowski Receives MCW Honorary Doctoral Degree

Milwaukee, Wis. (May 14, 2015) – This week, Sixteenth Street Community Health Centers (SSCHC) President and CEO John Bartkowsi, DrPH, receives his honorary doctoral degree from the Medical College of Wisconsin (MCW). Bartkowski is one of four local health leaders to be honored with a doctoral degree at MCW’s 102nd annual commencement event. “I am…

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Ben Gramling, Iris Gonzalez and Department of Environmental Health Featured on WUWM Milwaukee Public Radio

Ben Gramling and our Department of Environmental Health’s work regarding the revitalization of the Habor District is featured in “$200,000 Grant Helps Propel Revitalization of Milwaukee Harbor,” by Susan Bence on WUWM Milwaukee Public Radio. Last week the EPA announced a $200,000 grant to improve 66 acres of the harbor near UW-Milwaukee’s new School of…

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Dr. Schuller ‘Distinguished Service Award’ Recipient

Dr. Schuller, our Executive VP & VP of Clinical Affairs was recently awarded the Dr. Erastus B. Wolcott Distinguished Service Award by the Medical Society of Milwaukee County. “As the recipient of the Dr. Erastus B. Wolcott Distinguished Service Award, Dr. Julie Schuller carries on the legacy of the Medical Society’s founder through her steadfast…

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For Outstanding Efforts that Promote Diversity and Inclusion

We were honored to receive the Potawatomi Hotel & Casino Diversity and Inclusion Award at the 18th Annual Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Celebration, sponsored by the YMCA of Metropolitan Milwaukee on Monday.  Here is a brief video, with our Board Chair Rick Walters, who is also a patient at our clinic.

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