Racine Community Health Center
The Racine Community Health Center, or RCHC, is a community collaboration initiated and driven by the City of Racine and Racine County. Its purpose is to provide quality, affordable health care to underserved Racine County residents at an accessible location in the City of Racine.
RCHC is a 501(c)(3) organization committed to addressing inequities in access to health care for individuals who are disproportionally uninsured, underinsured, and low-income. In partnership with Mayor Cory Mason, County Executive Johnathan Delagrave, and Racine Unified School District Superintendent Eric Gallien, this community-initiated, grassroots, non-profit organization was formed in 2018 with strong ties to public health, local health care systems, and community stakeholders.
Insurance is accepted, including Medicaid, Medicare, and most commercial insurance plans. Uninsured patients are also welcome.
Racine Community Health Center is located at:
930 Dr. Martin Luther King Drive
Racine, WI 53404
RCHC is in the lower level of Julian Thomas Elementary School.
Enter through Door #17.
HOURS OF OPERATION
RCHC is open weekly on Wednesdays & Thursdays from 7 AM - 7 PM.
Website: Racine Community Health Center (racinechc.org)
Phone: 262-800-RCHC (7242)
FOR MORE INFORMATION
If you have questions or would like more information, call RCHC at 262-800-7242 or visit racinechc.org.