Well Established in San Bernardino

Who We Are

For the Health of Our Community

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Community Partners

Our Mission

San Bernardino Free Clinic (SBFC) is a student-run clinic that offers free services to the San Bernardino community as well as the Inland Empire. In partnership with Well-One Health and UC Riverside School of Medicine, we provide much-needed medical assistance to those who lack access to proper medical care and address the health disparities of the San Bernardino County.

Our Community

San Bernardino County is the largest county in the United States, with a population of two million living in diverse geographic and civic environments. The county ranks 50th out of 56 California counties in health factors. The health problems facing this region make it imperative that we give priority to the health needs of our community.

Our Mission

To use a holistic and sustainable approach to address the health disparities of the San Bernardino County and to provide much-needed medical assistance to people who lack or are unable proper medical care. With this, SBFC seeks to improve some of the more common health problems in San Bernardino and will intervene to challenge health disparities and chronic diseases.

Our Vision

Integration of a variety of healthcare specialties as well as taking a holistic approach of healthcare to serve medically disadvantaged populations. Educate and empower our patients and community members to ensure sustainability and the clinic’s long-term success. It is our hope to continue to grow and provide quality care to our underserved community for many more years to come.

Leadership and Affiliates

Tracy Daws, NP

Clinic Advisor

Executive Director of Well One Health

Dr. Hamed Shalikar

Physician Advisor

Program Director & DIO – Prime Healthcare

Dr. Emma Simmons

Clinic Advisor

Representative from UCR School of Medicine

Darby Graham

Co-Clinic Director

UCR Medical Student

Sophia Potalivo

Co-Clinic Director

UCR Medical Student

Isabel Duong

Co-Clinic Coordinator

UCR Undergraduate

Karim Jamaleddine

Co-Clinic Coordinator

UCR Undergraduate

Our Partners

Health Partners

The mission of UCR School of Medicine is to improve the health of the people of California and, especially, to serve Inland Southern California by training a diverse workforce of physicians and by developing innovation research and health care delivery programs that will improve the health of the medically underserved in the region and become models to be emulated throughout the state and nation.

In partnership with AHF, we have provided free HIV testings on-site in as little as 10 minutes. Please check our services to see if this service is available for the upcoming clinic. AIDS Healthcare Foundation (AHF) is a global nonprofit organization providing cutting-edge medicine and advocacy to over 1,500,000 people in 45 countries. They are currently the largest provider of HIV/AIDS medical care in the world.

We have partnered with Alinea Medical Imaging to provide free mammogram screenings. Many women currently do not undergo screening mammography due to lack of convenient access to low-cost or no-cost services. Alinea partners with Referring Providers and EWC program, to providing low-cost/no-cost mobile screening services to patients in their communities throughout the state of California.

Well-One Health is a volunteer-driven, non-profit health promotion organization that exists to provide comprehensive, timely, and cost-effective care to the uninsured and underinsured in order to empower communities to improve their health and well-being through community-based partnerships.

RFC is a nonprofit organization that provides free interdisciplinary health and wellness care to the underserved population of the Inland Empire while also providing an effective training environment for future healthcare professionals and leaders dedicated to serving the Inland Empire.

We are excited to announce that we have partnered with Beemans Pharmacy to provide patients with $5 low-cost prescriptions.

Community Partners

We are pleased to connect with Dress for Success of Riverside for clothe donations and professional development events. Dress for Success of Riverside is one of the 150 affiliates for Dress for Success sister locations worldwide. It is a non-profit organization founded with a mission to empower women to achieve economic independence by providing a network of support, professional attire, and development tools to help women thrive in work and in life.

Our clinic has provided fresh produce in courtesy of Overflow Farms. They are a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization dedicated to growing wholesome foods for our community, giving to local food banks, pantries, and churches who help those in need. Overflow Farms is driven by a single goal: providing wholesome and healthy foods for our community. ​

Give Lively is a free donation platform for non-profits. They support values that inspire nonprofits to tackle tough challenges and complex issues such as gender and racial equality, reproductive health and LGBTQ+ rights, social and environmental justice, education, domestic violence, immigrant services and more.

Benefits of Becoming A Partner or Affiliate

Joint Projects

There is synergy in applying or implementing joint initiatives. SBFC may contact affiliates to be part of a project, or conversely, affiliates may request that SBFC join them in their projects. The goal is to increase level of funding flowing to organizations focused on improving the health of the San Bernardino community.

Marketing & Communition

All affiliates will have their logo and bio displayed on our website and social media platforms. Additionally, SBFC is continually developing resources for local sites to use as they advocate for their families and continued programming. Our affiliates may be displayed in a public location in your office (or on website) to communicate adherence to improve the health of underserved communities.


SBFC convenes workgroups and conferences which allow organizations to leverage co-learning opportunities and to continue networking and developing capacity.

Enhance and improve the health of the community one patient at a time

We seek community partnerships and engagement to improve the health of many.