Named the 2020 Free Clinic of the Year by the Charitable Healthcare Network.
Student-Run Free Clinic
The Student-Run Free Clinic (SRFC) is run by medical and pharmacy students of Northeast Ohio Medical University who are dedicated to providing high quality, non-emergent, no-cost health care to the medically underserved residents of Northeast Ohio. Medical and healthcare students are overseen by licensed physicians as they learn and grow their primary care skills while they safely serve patients and the community.
HOURS: The SRFC is open most Saturdays 8:30a – Noon. For the best possible care, appointments are highly suggested as patient files are reviewed prior to patient arrival.
LOCATION: Northeast Ohio Medical University (NEOMED), NEW Center 2nd Floor, 4209 State Route 44, Rootstown, Ohio 44272
You can park outside of the main NEOMED building (map). When entering through the main entrance, look for a sign pointing you to the clinic up the stairs (or elevator) and down the hallway.
- Primary care (What is Primary Care?)
- Writing prescriptions and medication refills
- Basic labs
- Patient education
- Behavioral health services
- Getting patients in touch with community resources
- Women’s health
See how to make an appointment, clinic hours and clinic services
High quality, no cost primary care
for the most vulnerable populations
From students in the health professions
Others served are underinsured on Medicare or Medicaid
and counting! Plus telehealth, labs, and more.
Phone Number: 330.552.7080
Address: 4209 St. Rt. 44 Rootstown, Ohio 44272