Welcome to HLUB Clinic!
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CSU Sacramento and UC Davis undergraduate students are eligible to apply for internship!
Check out our “Internship” page to learn more!
Check out our upcoming events such as information nights, health events, and community events we’ll be at!
Hmong Lifting Underserved Barriers (H.L.U.B.) is a branch of Paul Hom Asian Clinic (P.H.A.C.) and one of the University of California Davis Medical School’s student-run free clinics that serves the underserved Hmong population of Sacramento. H.L.U.B. Clinic first began at the beginning of the 2014 year and is primarily composed of undergraduate students from University of California, Davis (UCD) and California State University, Sacramento (CSUS), along with UC Davis School of Medicine medical students and medical practitioners. H.L.U.B. Clinic aims to provide free healthcare services to the underserved Hmong Community as well as lifting the language and cultural barriers that exist between the Hmong Community and the western healthcare system.
Our clinic pride itself in providing free screenings to all members of the community who walks into our clinic, whether insured or uninsured.
- Inform the community about prevalent cancers that affect the Hmong – namely breast, cervical, prostate, liver, and colon cancer.
- Educate the community about the benefits of regular cancer screenings and the available cancer treatments.
- Enroll people to receive free cancer screenings, health insurance, and medical care.