Community Health Services Building

Carroll University's new Community Health Services building, located at 237 Wisconsin Ave. in Waukesha, Wisconsin, expands educational and clinical opportunities for the university's College of Health Sciences graduate and undergraduate students. Purchased in February 2019, renovated and dedicated in 2020, the building houses many of Carroll's Community Health Services—a collection of clinics and programs which provide mission- and ethos-focused, community health and wellness programs at little or no cost to Waukesha's underserved and uninsured populations. Renovation of the three-story building was made possible by Carroll University contributions, the public, Waukesha Free Clinic capital campaign donors and a $250,000 Waukesha County Community Development Block Grant.


Getting Here

The Community Health Services Building is located at 237 Wisconsin Avenue in downtown Waukesha, Wisconsin. Street and lot parking are available at the facility. Click the link below for directions to the facility from wherever you are via Google Maps.

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Building Features

The 9,000-square-foot facility provides educational and clinical opportunities to College of Health Sciences students, allowing them to hone their skills while providing services to the Waukesha community, all under the watchful eyes of experienced Carroll faculty. The building's top floor houses the Waukesha Free Clinic at Carroll University. 
  • Clinical space for the Waukesha Free Clinic at Carroll University
  • Exam rooms
  • Exercise and therapeutic equipment
  • Fully-functioning training apartment lab space
  • Waiting room/reception area
  • Large meeting spaces for Carroll and community events/programs
  • Multi-disciplinary training areas
  • Occupational therapy lab with observation room
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Community Health Services building interior

Waukesha Free Clinic at Carroll University

The Waukesha Free Clinic at Carroll University is comprised of a unique partnership between Carroll University, Wisconsin’s first four-year institution of higher learning, and the state's oldest free clinic, previously named the St. Joseph’s Medical Clinic. The independently operated clinic offers medical and wellness services to uninsured and underserved Waukesha patients, with care provided by physician volunteers as well as Carroll faculty and Health Sciences students. 

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