Interra InHealth Clinic

Choose the Right Health Care Setting

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InHealth Clinic (photo above)

View the Inhealth Clinic Flyer which includes information on providers, preventative care, and acute care needs.

Nurse Practitioner = Free!
Chiropractic Services = $10

615 Pennsylvania Avenue
Sheboygan, WI 53081
(920) 547-4210

Access InHealth Portal

Call the InHealth Clinic at (920) 547-4210 to register for a portal. Portal features include:

  • Appointment Confirmation
  • View Lab Results
  • Prescription Refills
  • Personal Health Records
  • Education Materials
  • Contact Staff
  • View/Request Referrals

ATI Physical Therapy

Physical therapy is available with no out-of-pocket costs for you and your family members who are covered under the SASD insurance.

ATI Physical Therapy has two Sheboygan locations as well as clinics in Manitowoc, Fond du Lac, West Bend, Grafton among many other state and nationwide locations. View the ATI flyer. Call 855-MY-ATIPT for an appointment.

Healics

View the Healics Dashboard to check on your Wellness points, upload files, make an appointment etc.  

The Healics corporate office is located at 8919 W Heather Ave, Milwaukee, WI 53224.

Annual Physicals

SASD insurance covers ONE physical (preventative exam) per CALENDAR year, not every 12 months.  

We recommend you set up your appointments early to get the day and time that works best for your schedule.

Live Health Online

Talk to a doctor 24/7, with no appointments via video. Cost is $49 per visit, which is covered by insurance, but subject to deductible and co-pay.

EAP

View the newly redesigned  EAP website.

    Aurora EAP is a free and confidential resource available to help you resolve personal or workplace issues quickly, confidentially, and effectively. Call us at (800) 236-3231 to speak with one of our EAP counselors.

    • Stress or depression
    • Relationship issues
    • Alcohol and drug use/abuse
    • Money management
    • Legal issues
    • Other personal concerns

    View the new EAP Brochure for more information on all services provided by EAP.

    Effective immediately, all EAP sessions will be conducted telephonically or using video conferencing. All account activity (leader consultations, in-person meetings, training, etc) will need to be telephonic or conducted through webinars. In the unfortunate need of having counselors available following a crisis, EAP will provide services telephonically. EAP will remain virtual until further notice.

    • Telephonic consultations with masters-prepared counselors are available immediately, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
    • The scheduling time for non-emergent consultations is 2 days
    • Same-day appointments are available in an urgent or emergent situation

    Learn about creating a new routine, re-inventing self-care, working from home, talking to your children, and asking for additional support, plus so much more!  View EAP's coping flyer

    A growing body of scientific evidence suggests that being happy actually benefits health and helps promote a healthy lifestyle. Happy people are more likely to take better care of themselves and choose healthy behaviors.

    • Practice gratitude daily
    • Get and stay active
    • Connect with others
    • Learn to meditate
    • Don’t shortchange your sleep

    Still struggling? Aurora EAP is here to help. Give us a call at 800-236-3231. You’ll be happy you did.

    EAP offers families help to find preschools, public and private PK-12 schools, and even with the college selection and planning process! Contact them for more information.

    Receive a free, 30 minute financial consultation as part of our regular service menu. Employees may consult with a financial professional regarding many different types of financial questions or concerns. Services include but are not limited to budget and debt counseling; retirement, estate, college, and mortgage planning; or questions regarding the new tax guidelines.

    Everyday life presents challenges enough for any of us. When you invest yourself in your job, stress levels can sometimes get higher. Regardless of the role we play, regularly responding to challenges can lead any of us to need a bit of additional support. It’s important for you to know that you are not alone. Assistance is available through EAP. We are your partners in support if you want help coping with a tough situation or if you just want to talk.

    Aurora EAP works with CLC Inc., to provide professional legal consultations and referrals for covered employees (members) and their eligible family members. Types of matters include civil/consumer issues, personal/family legal services, financial, real estate, criminal, IRS, estate planning, immigration, and naturalization matters. One initial 30-minute office or telephone consultation per separate legal matter is available at no cost with a network attorney. If you wish to retain a participating attorney, you will be provided with a 25% discount from the attorney's normal hourly rate. View the EAP Legal Consultations Flyer or call Aurora EAP at 1-800-236-3231.

    Aurora EAP works with CLC Inc., to provide professional mediation services for such topics as divorce, child custody, contractual disputes, real estate/landlord-tenant, car accidents, and insurance disputes. Each member is entitled to one (1) initial thirty-minute phone consultation per separate legal matter at no cost with a network mediator. In the event that the member wishes to retain a participating mediator after the initial consultation, they will be provided with a preferred rate reduction of 25% from the mediator’s normal hourly rate.

    Signs and Symptoms 

    Help is available for you, or a family member, who is struggling with opioid dependence. Your EAP can be your go-to resource for addressing any opioid-related challenges that you are facing. Remember, opioid addiction is a treatable disease. Opioid dependence is a chronic condition and remaining opioid-free can be a challenge but can be done. View Opioid Flyer or call Aurora EAP at 1-800-236-3231.

    • Needing an increased amount of opioids to relieve pain, or get high
    • Feeling physical or mental withdrawal symptoms after stopping opioid use
    • Being unsuccessful in repeated attempts to cut down, or control, opioid use

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    • Allergies
    • Asthma
    • Bladder Infections
    • Blood Pressure
    • Blood Pressure
    • Cholesterol
    • Chronic Condition Management
    • Cold and Flu
    • Coughs
    • Diabetes
    • Ear Infections
    • Ears, Nose, and Throat
    • Glucose Monitoring
    • Hypertension
    • Hypothyroidism
    • Immunizations
    • Lab Work
    • Men's Health
    • Minor Burns
    • Minor Injuries
    • Pap/Pelvic Exams
    • Prescription Management
    • Rashes
    • Sexually Transmitted Disease Screen
    • Sores
    • Sports Physicals
    • Strep Throat
    • Well Child Visits (Age 2+)
    • Women's Health
    • Yearly Physicals