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Paul Hom Asian Clinic | Commitment to the Asian community
For the Asian and Pacific Islander community, the Paul Hom clinic provides primary and acute care services. Founded in 1972, it is the oldest Asian health clinic in the United States. More than 50 medical and undergraduate students and more than 40 physicians volunteer at this clinic on an annual basis.

Paul Hom Asian Clinic
Saturdays: 8 a.m. to 1 p.m.
6341 Folsom Blvd.
Sacramento, CA 95819
(916) 736-3966

Clinica Tepatí | Primary care services for the Latino community
Clinica Tepati got its start in 1974, with a focus on serving downtown Sacramento’s Hispanic population. Operating out of space donated by WellSpace Health, the clinic’s Spanish translation services allow volunteers to communicate effectively and provide care for more than 1,000 uninsured patients of all ages each year.

Clinica Tepati
Saturdays: 8 a.m. to closing
1820 J Street
Sacramento, CA 95814
(916) 325-5556

Imani Clinic | Healing begins with faith
Imani is a Swahili word meaning faith and it symbolizes the hope students wish to foster within the African-American community. The clinic was established in the Oak Park neighborhood of Sacramento in 1994 after students became concerned about the staggering and persistent morbidity and mortality rates among African-Americans from hypertension, heart disease, cancer and inadequate prenatal care.

Imani Clinic
Saturdays: 8 a.m. to  1 p.m.
Oak Park Community Center
3415 Martin Luther King Blvd.,
Sacramento, CA 95817
(916) 475-9582

Shifa Clinic | Culturally sensitive care for an ethnically diverse community
Shifa Clinic strives to understand, serve, and promote the health and wellness needs of a multilingual, ethnically diverse community. Adjacent to a mosque in downtown Sacramento, the clinic primarily serves patients from the South Asian and Muslim communities. It provides interpretive services and hosts specialty clinics such as dermatology, cardiology, women’s health and pediatrics.

Shifa Clinic
Sundays: 8:30 a.m. to 2 p.m.
419 V Street, Suite A
Sacramento, CA 95818
(916) 441-6008

Joan Viteri Memorial Clinic | Health care for high-risk populations
Sharing space in a small building with Sacramento’s Harm Reduction Services, the Joan Viteri clinic provides unbiased health care to intravenous drug users, sex workers and their families. The clinic works closely with Harm Reduction Services to emphasize prevention and education about infectious diseases and HIV testing, and to provide drug-related medical and social referrals.

Joan Viteri Memorial Clinic
Saturdays: 1 p.m. to 5 p.m.
3647 40th Street
Sacramento, CA 95817
(916) 456-4849

Bayanihan Clinic | Focused on the needs of the Filipino community
This clinic provides culturally and linguistically appropriate medical care to the underserved Filipino population in Sacramento County, particularly to World War II veterans and recent immigrants. It also has evolved into a center for culturally sensitive care to an extraordinarily diverse community.

Bayanihan Clinic
Saturdays: 9 a.m. – Noon
1281 North Avenue
Sacramento CA, 95838
(916) 833-1112

The Willow Clinic | Serving people without homes
Working out of the Salvation Army facility near downtown Sacramento, the clinic provides health care screening and services to a large, homeless population. The clinic’s dedication to the homeless prompted the Salvation Army to include the clinic in its renovation plans, setting aside two separate rooms solely for patient care and clinical operations.

Willow Clinic
Saturdays:8:30 a.m. to 1 p.m.
1200 North B Street
Sacramento, CA 95814
(916) 703-9203

VN Cares | Commitment to the Asian community

UC Davis undergraduates and medical students launched the Vietnamese Cancer Awareness, Research and Education Society (VN CARES) in 2001, which includes preventative cancer screenings for both female and male patients each month.

First Sunday of the month
6341 Folsom Blvd.Sacramento, CA 95819

Knight’s Landing One-Health Clinic

Established by Clínica Tepati students and Knights Landing residents, the clinic provides linguistically competent and culturally sensitive health care services to the rural underserved, particularly women, adolescents and farmworkers. In partnership with the UC Davis School of Veterinary Medicine, veterinary services are available at the clinic on the third Sunday of each month.

Knight’s Landing Clinic
First and third Sundays
8 a.m. to closing 9586 Mill Street
Knights Landing, CA 95645

Hmong Lifting Underserved Barriers (HLUB) | Commitment to the Asian community
The HLUB Clinic is a student-run free clinic formed to provide free culturally and linguistically appropriate health care services to the Hmong community. We are in partnership with Paul Hom Asian Clinic to meet the health needs of the Asian community.

HLUB Clinic
Saturdays: 8 a.m. to 1 p.m.
6341 Folsom Blvd.
Sacramento, CA 95819
(916) 736-3966

Gender Health Clinic | Health services for LGBTQIA community
Operating within Sacramento’s Gender Health Center, the clinic helps with care for the LGBTQIA community, with a focus on transgender health. The clinic provides a safe, supportive environment at every stage of the coming out or transition process.

Gender Health Clinic
First and third Fridays, 6 to 9 p.m.
2020 29th Street, Suite 201
Sacramento, CA 95817