Welcome to the UT Health San Antonio Student-Run Free Clinic Program

UT Health San Antonio's Student-Run Free Clinic Program (Student Faculty Collaborative Practices) is a collaborative effort of medical, nursing, dental, dental hygiene, PA students, residents, and faculty from UT Health San Antonio in partnership with several community partners. These partners include Alpha Home, Haven for Hope, Alamo Area Resource Center (AARC), St. Francis Episcopal Church, Travis Park Methodist Church and San Antonio Metropolitan Ministries (SAMM). Health science students & residents gain vital experience in primary care, public health, community service, and administration of health care while giving to others.

 

The clinics serve as a unique educational setting where students learn from their peers, mentors and their patients. The care provided to the community is greatly needed and warmly appreciated.

Weekly clinics are provided at Alpha Home, SAMM Transitional Living & Learning Center, the San Antonio Refugee Clinic and Haven for Hope. Clinics occur every 2 weeks at Travis Park for Dermatology and monthly at the Pride Clinic . Students can sign up for upcoming clinic dates & times, under the Clinic Calendars link.

 

If you are a UTHSCSA student you can sign up by clicking on this link:

Student Sign Up Form

 

If you have any questions please contact our coordinator Jacqueline Tovar, tovarj3@uthscsa.edu (210-567-0749) or Dr. Usatine, usatine@uthscsa.edu.