Fort Memorial Hospital
611 Sherman Avenue East
Fort Atkinson, WI 53538
(920) 568-5000 | La linea de mensajes: (920) 568-5001


About the Network

The purpose of the Rock River Health Care Network (RRHCN) is to increase health equity in Jefferson and Dodge Counties, Wisconsin specifically focusing on low-income individuals’ (target population) access to primary care through a value-based approach that provides improved care and health at a lower cost.

The RRHCN was formed in 2019 and the first area of focus has been to support patient care at the Rock River Community Clinic (RRCC), a community clinic formed by the merger of the area’s free and reduced care clinics: the Community Dental Clinic, the Rock River Free Clinic, and the Watertown Area Cares Clinic. The merger is an effort to create long-term sustainability in order to care for most vulnerable in the Jefferson and Dodge County region. RRCC is in the process of applying for Federally Qualified Health Center Look-Alike (FQHC) status. In addition, the RRHCN has continued to identify new and unique ways to achieve health equity in our communities.

The RRHCN is comprised of eight local organizations that have a long history of collaboration Network Partners.

Rock River Community Clinic

The Rock River Community Clinic is four areas clinics teamed together to offer care to eligible residents of our region. Offices are located in Whitewater (health care). Fort Atkinson (dental care), Jefferson (health care) and Watertown (health care).

Working together, the Rock River Community Clinic offers the same quality care patients have come to experience at each clinic, as well as being able to offer those services to even more of the most vulnerable within our communities.

Visit the Rock River Community Clinic website to learn more.

How the RRHCN was formed

Development of the RRHCN was made possible through a federal grant awarded to Fort HealthCare in 2020 through the Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) Rural Health Network Development Program. The $900,000, three-year grant will enable the Network to implement a strategic plan to meet project goals. The Steering Committee identifies potential projects and subcommittees are formed to further investigate the viability of these projects in meeting the needs of the target population and community. Visit Current Projects – Updates to learn more.

Contact Us

Kristin Wallace, Network Director
(920) 568-5404