Members & Partners

Working together to create a healthier Milwaukee.

Health System Members

Serving  Wisconsin and northern Illinois, these four health systems make significant investments in the community’s health by providing uncompensated care and prevention services to Milwaukee County’s vulnerable populations. This is a direct reflection of their non-profit mission and commitment to serve those who are most in need.

Community Health Center Members

Also known as Federally Qualified Health Centers (FQHCs), they operate eight clinic locations offering a comprehensive range of primary, behavioral health and oral health care services.

Academic Member

The Medical College of Wisconsin is the Partnership’s academic member. It represents the largest physician practice in the region and plays an important role in public and community health, and research.

Public Members

The Partnership’s public members have been integral to improving care for vulnerable populations. They are the City of Milwaukee Health Department, Milwaukee County Department of Health & Human Services and the Wisconsin Department of Health Services The Partnership’s government entities play a key role in supporting its mission to improve health outcomes and reduce healthcare disparities.

Collaborating Partners

Collaborating partners provide an array of expertise and support to the Partnership. The Medical Society of Milwaukee County has been a funder and an important advocate for improving primary and specialty access, including behavioral health. The Milwaukee Free Clinic Community Collaborative (FC3) is a coalition of safety net clinics that provide primary and specialty care, free / discounted medications, enrollment assistance and health services navigation to uninsured and underinsured community residents. The Wisconsin Statewide Health Information Network (WISHIN) provides infrastructure for the ED to Medical Home initiative, an essential component in advancing the Partnership’s goal of care coordination. The Wisconsin Hospital Association and the Wisconsin Primary Health Care Association, representing health system and FQHC members respectively, are critical stakeholders in helping frame the Partnership’s public policy agenda.