health services

your health is No. 1

Did you know a physical exam is recommended annually for both men and women?  This annual health assessment is a fundamental part of medical care that is valuable in promoting prevention practices, recognizing risk factors for disease, identifying medical problems, and establishing clinician-patient relationships.  Healthfirst provides both preventative healthcare and specialized reproductive healthcare at all of our locations.

We are taking appointments at our clinics in nine Wisconsin counties


reproductive health

Creating a healthy community

Healthfirst clinics provide low-cost reproductive health services to men and women of all ages.  Our expert staff provides comprehensive and confidential services to all clients to ensure the health of you, your family, and your community. 


  • Pap Smears
  • Vaginal Checks
  • Colposcopies
  • Urinary Tract Infection Testing and Treatment
  • Yeast Infection Testing and Treatment
  • Pregnancy Testing
  • Sexually Transmitted Infection Testing
  • Sexually Transmitted Infection Treatment
  • Contraceptives
  • Long Acting Reversible Contraceptives (LARCS)
  • Condoms
  • Emergency Contraceptives
  • Health Education

preventative health

Stay healthy from the start

Eating healthy, exercising regularly, avoiding tobacco, and receiving preventive services such as cancer screenings, annual preventive visits and vaccinations are just a few examples of ways people can stay healthy.  The right preventive care at every stage of life helps all Americans stay healthy, avoid or delay the onset of disease, keep diseases they already have from becoming worse or debilitating, and lead productive lives.  Healthfirst believes prevention is key to a healthy life.


  • Annual Exams
  • Testicular Exams
  • Pelvic Exams
  • Clinical Breast Exam
  • Labs
  • HPV Vaccine
  • Health Education

emergency contraception

Obtain emergency contraception before it's needed

Every day, women have unprotected intercourse and are left, in the days that follow, with the fear of pregnancy and the feeling that nothing can be done. Emergency contraception gives these women an option to avoid pregnancy.

Emergency Contraceptive Pills (EPCs) work primarily by preventing or delaying the release of eggs from the ovaries (ovulation). They do not work if a woman is already pregnant. 

You can obtain ECPs before you need them. Since ECPs are more effective the earlier after unprotected intercourse they are taken, it is a good idea to obtain emergency contraceptive pills from a clinician before they are needed. Then if the need arises, ECPs can be used without delay.