Named the 2020 Free Clinic of the Year by the Charitable Healthcare Network.
Request an appointment
- We are open every Saturday from 8:30 am-noon with our last appointment of the day scheduled at 11 am. However, due to COVID-19, our appointment availability is limited.
- If you would like to schedule an appointment or are a new patient wanting to establish care, please call (330)552-7080.
- If you have any questions, feel free to call or email us!
Clinic Dates and Times
- We are open every Saturday from 8:30 am-noon.
- As a reminder, we have adjusted the number of appointments we accept each.
- Saturday to allow for social distancing and decrease exposure.
- Attach our calendar which has our dates.
- Primary care
- Writing prescriptions and medication refills
- Basic labs
- Patient Education
- Behavioral health services
- Getting patients in touch with community resources
- Women’s health
Health Education and Community Resources
- Health Education
- Have any questions about your diagnosis or what you can do to improve your health? Check out some of our patient education handouts below, hand-selected by our Patient Education team!
- Community Resources
- Having trouble with housing costs? Suffering from food insecurity? Facing some legal issues? Check out some of our community resources below, hand-picked by our Community Resource team!
- If you have additional questions or would like to learn more about our resources at your next appointment, call and let us know whenever you schedule.
You can email email@example.com or call 330.552.7080 for an appointment. We are not accepting walk-ins at this time.
You can park outside of the main Northeast Ohio Medical University Building. When entering, there should be a sign pointing you towards the clinic on the right.
Please plan to arrive 5-10 minutes before your appointment time.
Your wait time will change depending on how busy the clinic is. We try our best to keep the wait time minimal.
Because it is a student-run free clinic, many students along with an experienced physician will be speaking with you. This means your visit will last longer, probably about an hour.
If possible, a medication list or any other important medical information can be helpful.
We will try our best to treat your problem. If we cannot fully treat it, we will work with you to find ways for you to manage it so that you can still function as best as possible.
Yes! We can prescribe medications and provide education on chronic conditions. We also provide counseling and follow-up visits to help you manage your disease in the short and long term.
Phone Number: 330.552.7080
Address: 4209 St. Rt. 44 Rootstown, Ohio 44272