Primary Care and Dental Center – Next Door
The Primary Care and Dental Center is a full-service clinic operated by Children’s Hospital and Health Systems. The clinic is located on the Next Door campus. As a community clinic, the center not only serves the children at Next Door , but also children from the surrounding area. The clinic is open Monday through Friday from 8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Dr. Patricia Safavi is board certified in Pediatrics and a fellow of the American Academy of Pediatrics. She received her medical degree in 1985 from the University of South Dakota School of Medicine. Dr. Safavi joined the center in 1999. Prior to coming to Next Door, she worked at a community health center in Milwaukee. Dr. Safavi provides care starting with the newborn period and continues to see children through high school graduation. She sees children for well child visits, sports physicals, sick visits, and chronic illness care. She is accepting new patients.
Dr. Ishrat Siddique is board certified in Pediatrics and is a fellow of the American Academy of Pediatrics as well as a member of the Academic Pediatric Association. She completed an academic fellowship in General Pediatrics at the Medical College of Wisconsin in June 2009 and holds a Master’s degree in Epidemiology. She joined the center in July of 2009. Dr. Siddique also sees children for the full range of pediatric services from birth through high school graduation. Dr. Siddique has a special interest in patient education, preventive pediatrics, and child development. She is accepting new patients.
The Primary Care and Dental Center is a valuable community asset that provides excellent medical care for its patients and is continuously working hard to improve the health of the children in our community.
For more information or to schedule an appointment, please call (414)264-5338. You may also visit the Primary Care and Dental Center website.
Share Mobile Market
Share Mobile Market brings high quality, healthy, affordable foods to Metro Milwaukee neighborhoods. To learn more about Share Mobile Market, visit them online.
United Neighborhood Centers of Milwaukee (UNCOM) is a collaborative partnership of eight community nonprofits focused on supporting health, wholesome and empowered neighborhoods. The Mission of the United Neighborhood Centers of Milwaukee (UNCOM) is to strengthen city neighborhoods by combining and enhancing the assets of partner agencies to improve the quality of life for urban families. To learn more about UNCOM, visit them online.
CHIMC - Children’s Health in Metcalfe Park and Concordia
CHIMC is a community-based research project in partnership with the Medical College of Wisconsin and Neighborhood House. This collaborative project aims to identify and address the main health care issues in Milwaukee’s Metcalfe Park and Concordia neighborhoods.
CHIMC Vision: All children in Metcalfe Park and Concordia communities will be healthy in mind, body, and spirit.
CHIMC Mission: To transform and empower our communities through knowledge, resources, and shared learning.
CHIMC Goal: To establish and address, through community input, the main health concern for neighborhood children, ages birth to 18. During this process, CHIMC hopes to create a successful model of Community Based Participatory Research (CBPR).
For more information, contact CHIMC at 414/562-2929, ext 202 or visit them online.
REACH A CHILD
In July 2010, Paul Gilbertson’s REACH a Child program generously donated 6000 books to the Books for Kids program. REACH a Child is based in Madison, Wisconsin and centers around providing children's books to officers and first responders in a red backpack for them to give to children that they see at the scene of an accident, fire, domestic disturbance or in other traumatic situations.
REACH a Child has donated over 175,000 Children's books to children in crisis situations with the help of these First Responders, Police, Sheriff and State Patrol officers!
We thank REACH a Child for extending their program to Milwaukee and helping us to get books into the hands of children throughout the central city. The books were distributed to children via the “giving library” and at several back to school events including the Betty Brinn Children’s Museum’s Back to School Resource Fair which provided free school supplies and educational materials to over 1,000 children in Milwaukee.