Physical Health Resources

Morris Heights Health Centers

Comprehensive free or low-cost health care centers at five locations in the Bronx. In addition to primary care, centers offer home visits for new mothers and expectant families, HIV programs, a counseling center, helping with filling out insurance and WIC applications, and more. Urgent care hours 5-9 pm. M-Fri; Sat 12-6. Call (718) 716-4400 for an appointment or locations and services.
http://www.mhhc.org/index.html

St. Anthony’s Free Medical Clinic

Offers services to treat problems related to dental and urinary health, women’s issues, immunizations, physical exams, and asthma care. Free. Hours: 9-12; arrive before 9 to register. 421 East 155th Street, Bronx. (718) 401-9705.
http://www.franciscanfriars.com/apostolates/st_anthony_medical_clinic2.htm

Corona Health Center

offers adult medicine, pediatrics, immunizations, sexually transmitted infection testing. Sliding scale fee. Hours: M 11-1. 34-33 Junction Blvd. Jackson Heights. (718) 476-7626

Queens Health Center

offers health care for adults, HIV, children, birth control, prenatal and postnatal care, immunizations, school checkups. 97-04 Sutphin Boulevard, Jamaica. Sliding fee scale. (718) 657-7088.
http://www.chnnyc.org/locations/queens

Bedford Stuyvesant Family Health Center

services include care for HIV, dentistry, birth control, nutrition, pre and post-partum care, children, mental health, substance abuse assessment, men’s health, urology, heart, foot and ankle, and eye issues. Sliding scale fee. 1413 Fulton Street, Brooklyn. (718) 636-4500.

CABS Health Center

Offers HIV testing, pediatrics, birth control, pregnancy care, immunizations, checkups. Sliding fee scale. 94-98 Manhattan Ave., Brooklyn. (718) 388-0390.
http://www.chnnyc.org/locations/cabs

Caribbean House Health Center

offers HIV testing, pediatrics, birth control, pregnancy care, immunizations, checkups. English, Spanish and French spoken. 1167 Nostrand Ave., Brooklyn. Sliding fee scale. (718) 778-0198.
http://www.chnnyc.org/locations/ch

Dr. Betty Shabazz Health Center

offers adult medicine, pediatrics, HIV, birth control, prenancy care, mental health, immunizations, school checkups. 999 Blake Avenue, Brooklyn. Call for appointment. Sliding fee scale. (718) 277-8303.
http://www.chnnyc.org/locations/shabazz

Mobile Health Vans – Comnmunity Healthcare Network

offers family planning, HIV/STD testing, women’s health. Free. Call for hours and locations. (646) 296-1122.
http://chnnyc.org/locations/mobile/

Sister Thea Bowman Family Health Center

offers women’s health, dentistry, pediatricws, eye and foot care, disability services. Sliding fee scale. 1205 Sutter Avenue, Brooklyn. Call for appointment. (718) 647-2600.

Charles B. Wang Community Health Center

Provides medical, dental, and social services to the Chinese American community. Serves people of all ages with or without health insurance. Three locations–two in downtown Manhattan and one in Flushing. For more information call (212) 226-8339.
http:\www.cbwchc.org

DiabetesFamilies

Provides information, guidance and a network to share with other families with children at risk for or suffering from type2 diabetes.
http://diabetesfamilies.com

HIV/AIDS Information Outreach Project

This comprehensive site contains information about the many organizations providing HIV/AIDS related services in NYC. Organizations listed provide case management, education, hospice care, law and legal services, mental health and counseling, services for women, children and teens, employment, housing, support groups and more.
http://www.aidsnyc.org/

NYC HIV/AIDS Services Administration (HASA)

offers a single entry point for applications, information, referrals for such services as help with housing, insurance, finances, benefits, and much more. For persons with symptomatic HIV or AIDS. Call M-F 9-5 (212) 971-0626.
http://www.nyc.gov/html/hra/html/directory/hasa.shtml

New York City Free Clinic

offers a wide range of free medical services to the uninsured people of New York City age 18 and older, regardless of immigration status. Hours: Saturday from 9-12:45 pm. When calling for an appointment (no walk in visits at this time), please follow the recorded instructions, spellling your name, with date of birth, and leave a phone number where you can be reached. There may be a small charge for prescription medications. (917) 544-0735.
http://www.med.nyu.edu/nycfreeclinic/

East Harlem Health Outreach Partnership (EHHOP)

a clinic operated by the students of the Mount Sinai School of Medicine providing primary care to uninsured residents (adults)of East Harlem (zip codes 10029 and 10035)at no cost. 1470 Madison Avenue, between 101 and 102 Streets. Open Saturdays 9-12. For appointments and information, call (646) 942-6519.
http://www.eastharlemhealth.org

Harlem Children’s Health Project (Children’s Health Fund)

for health, dental and other services. 35 East 125th Street, 5th floor, New York, NY 10035. (646) 537-4200.
http://www.childrenshealthfund.org

Mount Sinai Department of Dentistry

Provides comprehensive care in all kinds of dentistry for adults and children. To set up an appointment, call (212) 241-7681.
http://www.mssm.edu/dent/introduction.shtml

Harlem Children’s Zone Asthma Initiative

Offers a comprehensive program to address the high incidence of asthma in central Harlem. Home visits and a wide variety of services for families with asthma are provided. CHZ’s area extends from 132nd Street to 116th Street, from Eighth to Madison Avenues. 35 East 125th Street, New York, NY 10035. (212) 534-0700.
http://hcz.org

Institute for Urban Family Health

operates 10 health canters in Bronx and Manhattan for babies, children, and adults. Family doctors care for everyone in the same family. Services include vaccinations, school health exams, care for illnesses such as asthma, HIV/AIDS, diabetes, dental care (in the Bronx), and more. Medicaid and most insurance plans accepted. Sliding fee scale for patients with low income. (212) 924-7744 (Manhattan); (718) 293-3900 (Bronx)
http://www.institute2000.org/health/care.htm

ECHO Free Clinic

Provides health care for uninsured from age 19 and up. More than 300 Einstein school of medicine students, as well as attending physicians, provide medical care, health education and social services. Social workers will enroll children in CHIP (Child Health Plus health insurance)and will try to obtain health insurance for adults. Located at Walton Family Health Center, 1894 Walton Avenue, Bronx, NY 10453. Saturday morning hours. Best to make an appointment. (718) 583-3060.
http://www.easyhealthed.org

Jacobi Medical Center HIV/AIDS Clinic

(718) 918-4664

Bronx Health Center

offers services for HIV, pediatric, reproductive medicine, prenatal and post partum, immunizations, checkups. Charges depend on ability to pay. M,T,Th,F 9-5; W 12-8; S 9-3. 975 Westchester Ave. (718) 991-9250.
http://chnnyc.org/locations/bronx/

Mobile Health Van

offers women’s health services free of charge: family planning, STD/HIV, mammograms, gynecology. Call for locations and hours: (646) 296-1122.
http://chnnyc.org/locations/mobile