Winona Community Health Clinic for preventive care open first Tuesday of the month

The Winona Community Health Clinic, a free clinic providing preventive healthcare services for people who are uninsured and unable pay for healthcare, will be open Tuesday, May 7 from 4 to 8 p.m. at Winona Health on the second floor of the clinic, 859 Mankato Avenue. No appointment is necessary. This service is provided the first Tuesday of every month.

The Winona Community Health Clinic is intended only for preventive healthcare services. Preventive care includes:

• Annual physicals

• Health screenings, such as blood pressure, cholesterol and blood sugar

• Mental health screening, such as depression screening

• Diet and exercise information to improve health

• Help to quit smoking

• Seasonal and adult immunizations (shots)

• Women’s health exams

Services are available to those who are uninsured who do not have the financial means to pay for healthcare services. Services are offered free of charge to qualified individuals ages two and up. The clinic is open the first Tuesday of every month from 4 to 8 p.m.

The Winona Community Health Clinic is provided through collaboration between Winona Health, Winona County Public Health and Winona State University.

During hours of operation, the Winona Community Health Clinic can be reached at 507.474.5644. For questions about the clinic during non-clinic hours, call Winona Health at 507.454.3650.

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