Written by Kenosha Education Association
On Wednesday, January 29, the grand opening of the KUSD InHealth Clinic attracted curious crowds eager to learn more about the district’s new primary care facility. Over 150 people attended the event, including KUSD Superintendent Joe Mangi, KEA Executive Director Joe Kiriaki, and WEA Trust President & CEO Mark Moody.
“The goal of the clinic is not only convenient access, but cost-effective healthcare,” said Moody. “This grand opening marks an exciting time in our long-standing relationship with KUSD—we can’t wait for everyone to see what the clinic has to offer.”
Clinic tours show off services
Staff from Interra Health—including your new Nurse Practitioner Ashley Groose—gave clinic tours to guests, showing off the waiting room, state-of-the-art exam room and various student artworks decorating the walls. Visitors were excited by the amount of quality health services the clinic offers, including:
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Primary and preventive care
Diagnosing and treating illnesses
Health promotion and wellness
In addition to the clinic tours, two outstanding student ensembles, the Tremper Golden Strings and an acoustical guitar group from Reuther Central High School, performed at the event. Attendees mingled and enjoyed WEA Trust-sponsored Subway Snack Packs and cupcakes.
The Trust also hosted a raffle, giving away five $25 gas cards and one mini iPad. Over 75 people entered to win, and Melissa Otwaska won the iPad grand prize. Congratulations!
If you didn’t get a chance to attend the grand opening, stop by the clinic at 7201 Green Bay Road or call 262-432-2352 to make an appointment. KUSD employees, spouses and dependent children who have WEA Trust as their primary insurance can access clinic services without paying a copay or deductible.