Your Health is our priority

San Bernardino Free Clinic

SBFC is a full-service primary care clinic serving the underserved patients with continuity-of-care and educational information provided by medical practitioners, medical students, undergraduate students supervised by faculty of the UCR School of Medicine.

Appointments & Exams

(951) 777-8084

Directions & Locations

1407 N Arrowhead Ave, San Bernardino, CA 92405

Our Impact

Since January of 2021, we have provided many free basic health care services

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Patients Served
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Prescriptions Given
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Labs Ordered
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Flu Shots Given

Data as of 8-6-22

Clinic Details

Operations & Safety

Clinic Guidelines

Upcoming Free Clinics

Aug 20
9:00 am - 12:00 pm
San Bernardino Free Clinic: August 20th
Sep 03
9:00 am - 12:00 pm
San Bernardino Free Clinic: September 3rd
Sep 17
9:00 am - 12:00 pm
San Bernardino Free Clinic: September 17th

Your Visit

Step 1

Make an Appointment

Call our number to schedule an appointment. We take welcome walk-ins as well.

Step 2

Fast Response

Our dedicated admin team will get in touch as soon as we can to make proper arrangements for your visit.

Step 3

Check-in & Receive Care

Our student volunteers will check you in to get your vitals and information to begin your visit. Spanish translators are available.

Safe & Secure

Your privacy and confidentiality is important to us. That is why we do everything we can to safeguard your information.

Free Medical Services

Services

SBFC offers a variety of health screenings and services. Our clinic can also provide referrals to x-rays, EKGs, ultrasounds, and diabetes testing.

Primary Care

Other Services

Resources

Social Service Resources

In order to empower our patients, SBFC offers health and wellness education as well as information on resources we may not be able to provide at clinic such as temporary shelters, nutrition, and social services.

Health Education Resources

In order to empower our patients, SBFC offers health and wellness education as well as information on resources we may not be able to provide at clinic such as temporary shelters, nutrition, and social services.

Addressing Health Disparities In the Inland Empire

Many members of the Inland Empire face financial instability, housing and food insecurity, and lack access to medical care. Many cannot afford the cost of having health insurance, pay for their prescription medications, or receive the lab works they need. At SBFC, we strive to reduce the disparities in health by providing much-needed medical assistance and preventative care.

Ways You Can Make a Difference

Become a Volunteer

Our parent nonprofit, Well One Health, is looking for volunteers to support their clinic. See how you can be involved.

Spread Our Mission

The collective support from the community makes us possible. Follow us on social media to be part of our movement towards better healthcare.

Community Partnership

We seek community partnerships and engagement to improve the health of many. Join us today to improve the care of tomorrow.

Donate

Make a small donation for families to receive the medical and preventative care they deserve.

In-Kind Donations

We accept in-kind donations including PPE, clothes, and nonperishable food, to give back to patients. 

Provide for Patients' Lab Work

Fundraising Campaign

Patients' Lab Work

Our mission is to provide free high-quality health care for those who have no where else to turn.

Each clinic, we put forward an average of $300 for our patients to receive their needed lab works all for free. Our services are made possible through the generosity of the community, but to continue our operations we need your assistance.

Help us make a difference in the lives of our patients and the health of our community by covering the costs of patients’ lab work.

All gifts to San Bernardino Free Clinic is tax deductible to the extent allowed by the law and are addressed to our nonprofit parent organization, Well One Health.

Well One Health EIN: 47-3356072

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