Maternal Child Health

St. Croix Tribal Clinic Maternal Child Health

The St. Croix Tribal Health Department is working in partnership with eight Tribes through the Great Lakes Inter-Tribal Council to improve the health and wellbeing of Native American children, families, and communities.  Its goal is to increase the chance for infant survival and promote infant, women’s, and family health through outreach, education, coordinated services, mental wellness screenings, provider referral, community feedback and continued services for women between pregnancies.

Maternal Child Health staff provide services through the Wisconsin State Rural Infant Health Project that serves prenatal/postpartum women and their infants, including children with special health care needs.  Project activities teach families about health and safety and help them have healthier pregnancies.  The project staff offer support for healthy living by encouraging families to become smoke-free households, to breastfeed, to be current on their children’s vaccinations and well child check-ups.

Contact Information

St. Croix Tribal Health Clinic – Main Location
Located in the Big Sand Lake Community – Hertel Wisconsin
4404 WI-70, Webster, WI 54893


Monday – Thursday 8am – 4pm
Friday 8am – Noon

St. Croix Tribal Health Clinic – Round Lake
Located in the Round Lake Community – Luck Wisconsin
2221 60th St Luck, WI 54853


OPEN: Tuesday 8am – 4pm

Tami Sandwick
MCH Supervisor, Home Visitor, Lactation Specialist
715-349-8554 x 5319
[email protected]

Sandy Johnson
MCH Nurse
715-349-8554 x 5280
[email protected]

Selena Reynolds
MCH Home Visitor
715-349-8554 x 5172
[email protected]

Due to COVID-19 the St. Croix Tribal Clinic has implemented new practices and procedures to keep our patients and staff safe. Please call the clinic if you have any questions about COVID-19 or need to schedule an appointment.