Routine clinic appointments are Monday, Wednesday and Friday afternoons between 12:30 and 4:30 p.m. The clinic doctors and clinicians are rounding on patients in the hospital during the morning or seeing patients receiving infusion services. Same-day urgent appointments are made on an as needed basis. Please call 414-805-2220 for an appointment.

When you call to make an appointment, you need to have some basic information ready. The below is a roadmap for when you call. When you call, the person answering the phone will transfer you to the sickle cell disease scheduler.

What to Say to Make an Appointment

Hi, my name is __________________

I would like to make an appointment to see ______________________ 

because ______________________________ (Example: follow up, medication pick up, etc.)

I am available to come in for an appointment ___________________________________ (time and date)

What to Bring to Your Appointment

  • Insurance card
  • Identification
  • List of medications
  • Allergies
  • Any papers or records from your previous doctors
  • Any questions you want to ask the doctor

Transportation to Your Appointment

If you have Medicaid or a Medicaid HMO (Forward Health Card), you qualify for rides to medical appointments through your insurance. If a family member or friend is able to bring you, you may also qualify to be paid for mileage. To schedule transportation, you will need to call at least 48 hours before your appointment. It’s best to call Medical Transportation Management (MTM) as soon as you know about your appointment.

To set-up a ride through MTM, call 1-866-907-1493. For a return ride, call 1-866-907-1494.

For Additional Assistance, Contact Our Social Worker

A social worker is available to meet with patients to discuss the following topics. You can make an appointment to meet with a social worker (phone or in person) by calling 414-805-3055.

  • Benefit/insurance questions 
  • Housing resources 
  • Referrals to mental health providers 
  • Referrals to independent life skills programs 
  • Transportation questions 
  • Employment/school questions 
  • Information on other community programs

Sign up for MyChart®

With MyChart, you can make and view appointments, see your health history, get test results and renew prescriptions online. It’s a great way to stay informed and communicate with your health care providers. You can also download the MyChart app. Sign up for MyChart.