Jewish Community Free Clinic Santa Rosa, CA

COVID-19 UPDATE: The Clinic is physically closed until further notice. We will not be providing TB testing at this time.  If you would like to speak with a member of our staff regarding the services we are continuing to provide, please call 707 585-7780 leaving a message, and we will try to call you back within 24 hours.  If you are having a medical emergency please dial 911 or go to your nearest emergency room.  If you are worried about the coronavirus, please access the county website at  Please continue to check our website for Jewish Community Free Clinic updates at


La Clínica está cerrada físicamente hasta nuevo aviso. No vamos a ofrecer pruebas de tuberculosis en este momento.  Si desea hablar con un miembro de nuestra clinica con respecto a los servicios que vamos a seguir ofreciendo, llame al 707 585-7780 dejando un mensaje, y trataremos de llamarle adentro de las 24 horas.  Si tiene una emergencia médica, llame al 911 o vaya a la sala de emergencias más cercana.  Si le preocupa el coronavirus, busca al sitio web del condado en  Por favor, continúe revisando nuestro sitio web para informacion sobre nuestros servicios en el futuro en


Since 2001, the Jewish Community Free Clinic (JCFC) has been providing completely free medical care to anyone in need, regardless of any discriminating factors. From our first days in a one room club-house to our fully equipped medical offices that we occupy today, the JCFC offers services to anyone in need who finds themselves without health coverage

In March of 2014 we received the donation of our own medical offices. This donation was made by a local family who understands the important role the Jewish Community Free Clinic plays in the community. This generous gift strengthens our long-term ability to ensure that no one in our community goes without affordable, quality, on-demand care.

During the past year more than 2,500 adults and children came to receive services at the JCFC. Clients come from as far as 100 miles to be seen during one of our weekly drop-in clinics. Interpreters are always available for Spanish speakers.

For more information on California’s Uninsured Populations, visit the California Healthcare Foundation.