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The mission of the Free Clinic of Southwest Washington is to provide and facilitate access to free, compassionate, quality health care for children and adults who are otherwise unable to obtain such services.

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Holiday Ball Tickets Now on Sale!

Tickets to the Free Clinic of Southwest Washington’s annual Holiday Ball are now on sale! Hosted by the Friends of the Free Clinic, this year’s ball will celebrate the 10th anniversary of this annual and important event. All proceeds benefit the Free Clinic.

Please RSVP by Friday, November 16 by clicking HERE. Tickets are $125 per person. If you have questions, email pam@freeclinics.org. Please join us!


Free Clinic Receives Impact Award

The Free Clinic of Southwest Washington has received the Nonprofit Excellence Award for Impact from the Nonprofit Network of Southwest Washington. The Impact Award honors a nonprofit, or one of its programs, whose performance and delivery to the community sets a high standard of quality and outcomes. The award is recognizing the Free Clinic’s Diabetes Program. Click HERE to read more about the 2018 honorees.

In 2015, Free Clinic volunteer physicians recognized the increasing number of patients with diabetes being seen in urgent care. A program was launched to coordinate the services for these patients. A team of volunteers which includes physicians, nurses, health educators, pharmacists, podiatrists, optometrists, dental hygienist and a community health worker work with diabetic patients and their families to address their disease, self-management and education.

A patient is seen by the Diabetic Caregiver Team and all diabetic medications and supplies are provided at no charge. The community health worker engages with patients to address their social needs that are interfering with improving their health. Currently, 102 patients are in the diabetic program. Partnerships have been formed with WSU-Vancouver to provide healthy eating classes; with farmer’s markets to provide vouchers for fresh fruit and vegetables; and with Clark County Food Bank to bring the Fresh Food Truck to the Clinic in the summer. In the most recent patient survey, 95% of the patients in this program were highly satisfied with their care and services.


Job openings

Medical Program Manager

Leads and manages medical clinic operations, health screening, dispensary, client navigation services, and project access program. Details in the Medical Program Manager job description.

Community Health Worker

Serves as a liaison between the Free Clinic services and the community to navigate and access services. Supports providers through an integrated approach to care management and community outreach and cultural competency of service delivery. Must be fluent in Spanish. 20 hours/week. Details in the job description.

Patient Care Coordinator

Facilitates and coordinates referral and enrollment of low income, uninsured patients into a specialty care program. Must be fluent in Spanish. 20 hours/week. Details in the job description.
Spanish interpreters: Many of our patients speak Spanish as their first language. We have an urgent need for interpreters! Please visit our Volunteer Openings page for details.

Dental assistants & externs: We need you!  Interested? Email your contact information to carolyn@freeclinics.org.


Fred Meyer Community Rewards Program

Already a Rewards Program member?  Many thanks!

Not a member yet? Join today! It’s free, it’s easy and it will generate a donation to the Free Clinic every time you use your Fred Meyer Rewards Card.

Don’t have a Rewards Card? Pick one up at any Fred Meyer customer service desk. Then go to our donations page and scroll down to link with the Fred Meyer Community Rewards frequently asked questions page and find out how to use your card to support the Free Clinic. You’ll be guided through the step-by-step process of creating an account and linking your card with the Free Clinic. Every purchase you make, including gas, will send a donation our way!