New Outpatient Clinic
N.E.W. Community Clinic
The N.E.W. Community Clinic provides medical and behavioral health care services to greater Green Bay Area residents who are uninsured or unable to afford medical care. Conveniently located adjacent to one of the seven homeless shelters it serves, the clinic is a welcome amenity to the community. The new clinic consolidates behavioral health and outreach healthcare services to this one campus, and also brings the administrative offices to this one site. Whether visitors are walking, biking, taking the bus or their car, the goal was to make access to healthcare convenient for the Green Bay community.
Clinic goers will enter the building at one central location and from there, the building is divided by services. Visitors on the behavioral health side of the clinic are greeted by a bright waiting area and open reception desk. Private screening rooms and counselor rooms support the space. By bringing psychiatric nurse practitioners to the new clinic, they can now prescribe medicine and offer counseling and expanded mental health services.
On the east side of the building, clinic goers will step into a warm waiting area with a custom wall mural and reception area. The clinic has (7) patient exam rooms, (2) provider offices, case manager offices, medication storage, a vitals niche, private restrooms, as well as a central nurse station.
The south side of the building contains a secure private entrance for staff, (7) staff offices, a large break area with a kitchenette, and a large conference room for internal as well as community meetings.
- Community Outpatient Clinic
- Lab space with adjacent testing and blood draw rooms
- Behavioral health services with private screening rooms and counselor rooms
- Custom environmental wall graphics
- Large windows that flood the space with natural daylight
- Community meeting space
- Planned for future exam room expansion