17 East 102nd Street, 7th Floor, New York, NY 10029
(877) 372 -4161
The East Harlem Health Outreach Partnership (EHHOP) is the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai’s student-run, physician-supervised free clinic. EHHOP provides primary care to uninsured adults in East Harlem. Services are confidential and are provided at no cost.
To be an EHHOP patient you must:
– Live in East Harlem in the ZIP Codes 10029, 10035, 10128 at or above 86th St.
– Be 21 years old or older.
– Not have insurance and not qualify for insurance/Medicaid.
Primary Care, Women’s Health, Mental Health, Care Coordination, Ophthalmology, Cardiology, Podiatry, and Social Work.
Saturdays, 9 am – 12 pm.
Every Week: Medical Clinic, Mental Health Clinic, Nursing Care, Access to Care Team (ACT), and Social Work.
Twice per month: Women’s Health Clinic, Ophthalmology Clinic.
Once per month: Cardiology and Podiatry Clinics.
Scheduling an appointment: Please leave a message at the EHHOP Clinic main number at (877)-372-4161 with your name and phone number and a clinic team member will get back to you.
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is an option for low-cost or free health services in New York City. The services are available citywide for New Yorkers who do not qualify for or cannot afford health insurance based on federal guidelines.
To learn about eligibility and how to apply visit NYC Care or call (646) 692-2273.
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Prenatal Care in New York State
Call 311 and ask for Medicaid for Pregnant Women
Call the Growing Up Healthy Hotline at 800-522-5006
Free Medicaid coverage is available for pregnant women through the New York State Department of Health.
If you’re pregnant and uninsured, you may qualify to sign up for an insurance plan through the NY State of Health Marketplace, even if the enrollment period is closed.
Furthermore, free coverage is available regardless of immigration status. Babies receive health care services for at least one year after birth. Note: Extended access to family planning services is available to women who have Medicaid while pregnant but lose coverage after pregnancy.
1824 Madison Avenue (at 119th Street), New York, NY 10035
The Institute offers high-quality, low-cost health care for all. In all their 31 practices, patients are not turned away if they are not able to pay. The Institute for Family Health has primary care, mental health, dental care, social work and many other services to patients of all ages. Find the nearest location here.
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What is an FQHC?
FQHCs (Federally Qualified Health Centers) are in most cities and many rural areas. They will help you, even if you have no health insurance. You pay what you can afford, based on your income.
FQHCs are open to all, regardless of their ability to pay. FQHCs use a sliding fee scale with discounts based on patients’ family size and income.
Locate a Federally Qualified Health Center with this health center locator tool where you can search for a health center by address, state, or county. The locator tool is managed by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services.