Marquette Neighborhood Health Center


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Welcome to the Marquette Neighborhood Health Center's website, where you'll find everything you need to know about us, including hours of operation, insurance information, and how we can deliver quality women's health care services.

Contact and hours*:

The Marquette Neighborhood Health Center is located on the third floor of the Hillside Family Resource Center, 1452 N. 7th St., Milwaukee.

Monday - Friday 8 a.m. – 5 p.m.

To make an appointment, call: (414) 933-9100

* A Certified Nurse-Midwife or Nurse Practitioner is also available for urgent problems 24-hours-a-day. This service is available to anyone who has had at least one visit at the center.

Our services

We provide a wide range of primary health care and women's health services including prenatal, delivery, and postpartum care. Our advanced practice nurses have licensure to prescribe medications, order and evaluate laboratory and imaging tests, and make referrals to specialty services as needed.

Find out more, including a detailed list of our primary care offerings.

Insurance information

The MNHC accepts Medicaid, Medicare and many other insurance plans, and is an in-network provider for all Marquette health plans (EPO and PPO) and the university's Student Health Insurance plan.

NO CO-PAY FOR MARQUETTE INSURANCE HOLDERS: Beginning in 2011, co-pays are waived for Marquette health plan participants (EPO and PPO) visiting the Neighborhood Health Center.

Visit us today!

We're always accepting new female clients. Whether you're a Marquette employee or student or someone who lives in the neighborhood, our mission is to deliver quality women's health care services.

Call us at (414) 933-9100. We look forward to meeting you!



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