General Information

Services provided at the Brattleboro Walk-In Clinic:

  • Basic primary medical care for ages 18 – 64
  • Referrals when needed to other health care providers

The Brattleboro Walk-In Clinic cannot provide the following:

  • Mental Health Services
  • Narcotics or any controlled substance prescriptions
  • Workmen’s compensation or disability care
  • Physicals
  • Dental services (referrals stopped June, 2019 when Windham County Dental Center opened)
  • Care for anyone under the influence of drugs or alcohol
  • Well child exams or immunizations
  • Birth control, pregnancy tests or testing for sexually transmitted diseases
  • Any care that insurance will cover for physician office visits unless there is a barrier to payment
Our policy is that we will not charge our patients for the medical care we provide. We do ask each recipient of services to contribute toward their care at time of service. Each visit to the clinic costs approximately $140. Any donation you can make at time of service is appreciated and can be placed in the box provided by the receptionist. If you are not able to make a donation, you will still receive the same quality care which we strive to deliver.


In addition, we are aware that some individuals use our clinic not because of financial concerns, but rather for convenience due to our evening hours, because they are traveling through our town, have just moved to town or cannot find a doctor. If this describes you, then we do ask that you make a donation to ensure that we are able to continue to provide services to others who are unable to donate towards their care.
Board of Directors 
Andrew Miller, President
Adrian Segar, Vice President
Chris Chapman, Secretary
Debbie Lemnah, Treasurer
Jim Grout
Bill Monahan
Lois Pancake
Celia Segar
Clinic Coordinator
Jeanne Seymour