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The Clinic

The Salvation Army Health Care Clinic opened in 1992 to provide medical, dental, and optometric care to qualified uninsured Sheboygan County residents. It is staffed by area physicians, nurses, and support personnel who volunteer their time and services.

2014 Clinic Dates

2014 Clinic Dates in Espanol

Mission Statement

The Salvation Army Red Shield Clinic exists in order to help low income, uninsured residents of Sheboygan County gain access to quality health care, but who are unable to access health care in the usual means.  We will strive to meet the client's medical, dental, optometric and spiritual needs.  Our love of God and faith in Jesus Christ motivates us to maintain the clinic.  Through the volunteer efforts of many, we will work together to promote emotional, physical and spiritual wellness in those in need.       

Who is Eligible?

Low Income Individuals

Individuals with no health Insurance

Individuals must be a Sheboygan County resident


What to Bring

Proof of Residency

Proof of Income

Proof of no Health Insurance

A total of 10 reservations may be arranged by phone or in person at the front desk prior to the clinic session. Persons who desire "walk in assistance" will be seen after the scheduled clinic visits completed.

Reservations will be taken from 8:30 am until 3:00 pm on for Monday evening clinics.

Reservations will be taken from 8:30 am until 3:00 pm for Thursday evening clinics.

Reservations will be taken from 1:00 until 3:00 Wednesday for Thursday morning clinics.

Clients with reservations need to be on site at 5:30 pm for evening clinic check in or 8:30 am for morning clinic check in. Client visits will begin at 6:00 pm or 8:30 am. Persons who desire walk in assistance will be seen after the scheduled visits are completed, as time allows.

Professional Staff Needed


Our clinic is in need of professional volunteers. We are seeking Medical Doctors, , Physician Assistants and Nurse Practitioners to join our team of on-site volunteers. You may commit as your schedule allows. We are especially in need of medical professional who could assist on one Thursday morning each month. This would be ideal if you are retired and still want to be able to help those in need.

We are always in need of RN's, CNA,s, LPN's, and MA's for clinic sessions. Please consider giving us a hand!

Please help make health care access available to those uninsured members of Sheboygan County.  If you or anyone you know might be interested in volunteering to provide free care for Sheboygan County clients, please stop in our office and pick up a volunteer application or contact Carrye Jo at 920-694-1271.


The new clinic area was reconstructured to enable more usable space.  Below are photos of the new exam room:



Clinic Volunteers - Please Note

In order to be in compliance with our recertification recommendations, all volunteers must complete Safe From Harm training.  Below are the instructions to complete the training online.  If you need assistance, please contact Carry Jo at 920-694-1271.


Clinic Coordinator

Pam Sandee                                                                                                                                                               Contact Pam at 920-694-1262

Clinic Processor

Chou Moua                                                                                                                                                             Contact Chou at 920-694-1261


Available Downloads

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Safe From Harm online training instructions.pdf688 KB


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