of Janesville, Inc. opened in 1994 as the result
of a needs assessment completed by the Salvation
Army in 1993. The assessment identified a lack of
affordable health care as one of the major problems
of Rock County. HealthNet of Janesville is a free
clinic serving Rock County individuals who have
no health insurance, Medicare, Medicaid, or Medical
Assistance. Individuals must have a household income
of no more than 185% of the federal poverty guidelines,
or $18,130 annually for a single person. HealthNet
requires proof of income to qualify for services.
fiscal year 2006-2007, we have served close to 1,000
individuals with nearly 5,000 patient visits. Over the
next year, with the opening of our new free dental clinic,
we anticipate that the number of visits will increase
have provided over $100,000.00 of free dental services
in six months to our community members. At our primary
medical clinic, we have provided 1.4 million dollars
worth of services last year through volunteer doctor
appointments, labs, x-rays, and specialty consults when
needed, medications, mental health services and vision
- General primary care
- Laboratory and X-ray testing (limited)*
- Referrals to specialists
- Dental Care
- Patient Assistance Drug Program enrollment
- Referral to other Social Service agencies
*Due to limited funding, partial payment
may be required for these services.
Our Services are contingent upon
the availablity of our volunteer doctors, nurses, and
other volunteer health care specialists. Services are
only provided during clinic hours.
HealthNet relies on the commitment of the community to help us provide
primary care to the uninsured and low income individuals
of Rock County.
All donations are greatly appreciated
and tax deductible. CLICK HERE
to find out how to donate.