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We stand for equity and justice for ALL

Lake Superior Community Health Center (LSCHC) stands for equity and justice for ALL. Born out of the civil rights and social justice movement of the 1960s, Community Health Centers like LSCHC serve as advocates for quality care and health equity for everyone in the communities we serve. For nearly 50 years, LSCHC has advanced this important cause by maintaining and promoting culturally competent values and practices for every one of our remarkable patients and employees.

We prioritize the provision of respectful, inclusive and affirmative care in our region. We recognize that each of us has unique needs requiring equally unique responses.  That’s why we maintain the range of experience and expertise necessary to bring health, hope, and peace of mind to all of our patients - no matter their age, race, religion, sexual orientation, gender identity, insurance status or ability to pay.

From the foundational roots of the movement we represent, we are committed to communicating and acting with knowledge and understanding about the distinct health concerns and barriers to care we each face. Because from top to bottom we believe everyone deserves the opportunity to be healthy.

COVID-19, In the Community

Updated Medical Services during COVID-19

MEDICAL Services

LSCHC is open and continues to serve our community.

We respectfully ask you call us for consultation to triage your needs.

Some medical appointments may be delivered via telehealth.

We are offering COVID-19 testing for those experiencing a cough, fever, or shortness of breath, or other signs of infection

Please call us for consultation/scheduling for all appointments.

Duluth 218-722-1497

Superior 715-392-1955

If you have an appointment scheduled on site, our staff will come outside to greet you, offer a mask if you do not have one of your own, and escort you into the building.

Thanks! We are proud to continue serving our community.

COVID-19, In the Community

Clinic Service Updates - 3.31.2020

LSCHC is open and ready to continue to serve our community!

Below you will find updated information on the services we are providing:

Behavioral Health & Substance Abuse:

All behavioral health and substance abuse appointments will be delivered by telehealth.  Please call our behavioral health office at 715-395-5380 to get more information about an appointment for residents in Duluth, Superior or surrounding communities.

Medical:

Some medical appointments, depending on the needs of the patient, may also be delivered by telehealth.  Please call our medical office in Duluth at 218.722.1497 or in Superior at 715.392.1955 to find out more.

Dental:

We also continue to take dental emergencies at the Duluth location only.  If you are experiencing mouth pain or swelling, please call our dental department to make an appointment.  We are offering appointments the same or next day.  Please call our dental office to speak with a receptionist at 218.628.7035.

Health Care Access Office:

Our Health Care Access Office is also open and is taking telephone appointments.  If there is a need to come into the office to speak with a Navigator, the Navigator will assist you in making an appointment.  Please call our HCAO office to speak with a Navigator at 218.722.9650.

The best thing to do if you have questions is to call.  We’re here to support our community in this time of need.

COVID-19, In the Community

COVID-19 Procedures

DUE TO COVID-19: IF YOU ARE EXPERIENCING A COUGH, FEVER, OR SHORTNESS OF BREATH PLEASE DO NOT COME INTO THE CLINIC. INSTEAD, PLEASE CALL US FOR CONSULTATION:

Duluth: 218-722-1497

Superior, Tower Ave: 715-392-1955

Superior, 34th St: 715-395-5380

ATTENTION PATIENTS

In the Community

Health Insurance Enrollment Dates for 2019

Enrollment Timelines

Wisconsin Open Enrollment

Nov 1st – Dec 15th
(Badgercare enrollments year-round)

Minnesota Open Enrollment

Nov 1st – Dec 23rd
(Medical Assistance and MNcare enrollments available year-round)

In the Community

Opportunity to Serve on LSCHC's Board of Directors

Lake Superior Community Health Center (LSCHC) seeks 2-3 new members to join our Board of Directors. LSCHC is governed by a volunteer board, the majority of which are also patients at our clinics. As a Federally Qualified Health Care Center, LSCHC receives funding from the Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA). In order to best serve our community and understand patient experience, it is the belief of HRSA and LSCHC that the Board of Directors should be reflective of the clinic’s patient panel. In order for LSCHC to meet this goal, we are currently seeking males between the ages of 18 – 64 to join our Board. In addition, we are seeking applicants with experience in the following areas:

 

  • Construction Management
  • Property Management
  • Building Engineering
  • Finance
  • General Business
  • Architecture

The mission of Lake Superior Community Health Center is Improving Access to Quality Health Care for All. In 2017, LSCHC served over 11,000 patients at our clinic locations in Duluth, MN and Superior, WI. We offer integrated services in the following areas: Medical, Dental, Behavioral Health, Substance Abuse Treatment, and Health Care Access.

 

Lake Superior Community Health Center complies with applicable federal civil rights laws, and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, age, disabilities, sex, sexual orientation, or gender identity.

 

In the Community

Featured Guests: Discussing our Innovative Substance Abuse Program

So proud of our team! Check out the latest Almanac North to hear our Medical Director and Behavioral Health and Substance Abuse Services Director discuss our innovative substance abuse program.
https://www.wdse.org/shows/almanac/watch/almanac-north-aug-17-2018

 

 

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Deputy Secretary's View: Opioids battle can be won, beginning in Minnesota and in Duluth

We were honored to host HHS Deputy Secretary Eric Hargan last month and so glad our visit made an impact. In the Deputy Secretary's words: "I was particularly encouraged visiting Duluth's Lake Superior Health Clinic and learning how grants from the Health Resources and Services Administration at HHS are aiding in the clinic's vital mission of care. My message that day was clear: HHS stands ready to assist local heroes helping to end this epidemic in their communities. We are proud to offer substance abuse treatment services, including medication assisted treatment for opioid addiction. Read the opinion piece here: http://www.duluthnewstribune.com/opinion/columns/4481662-deputy-secretarys-view-opioids-battle-can-be-won-beginning-minnesota-and?amp&__twitter_impression=true

 

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Save the Date - National Health Center Week Celebration, August 15th

Join LSCHC for a FREE event celebrating National Health Center Week. Come learn more about the health care services we provide. Enjoy live music by Split-rox (www.split-rox.com), health demonstrations, games, crafts, community vendors, food, and give-aways. Activities for the whole family. We will be celebrating "block-party style" outside at our Duluth clinic location. 4325 Grand Ave. Click on the flyer below to learn more.

FLYER.COMMUNITY IS GOOD FOR YOUR HEALTH

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This health center receives HHS funding and has Federal Public Health Service (PHS) deemed status with respect to certain health or health-related claims, including medical malpractice claims, for itself and its covered individuals.