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 Services & specialties

We offer comprehensive preventative health care services and treatment, including:

 
 

 Hours & Apppointments

The Clinic is open five days a week and patients can schedule an appointment with clinic staff and specialists. For all appointment requests or medical inquiries please call our medical clinic directly at (510) 587-3000 during open clinic hours only.


 

Clinic Hours:
Monday, Wednesday and Friday (9:00 am – 4:00 pm)
Tuesdays – Specialty clinic; by appointment only
Thursdays (8:30 – 12:00 pm)

Address:
Order of Malta Clinic of Northern California
2121 Harrison Street #120
Oakland, CA 94612

 
 

Mobile Clinic

We recently unveiled our new mobile clinic, which will bring healthcare to those in need throughout Alameda and Contra Costa counties. The 36-foot unit is equipped with a medical examination room and storage bays for large-volume supplies. It will offer expanded capabilities to our Oakland clinic, and provide access to patients that have mobility issues are who are located in remote areas.  

Our team is working to establish partnerships with local parishes and community organizations to schedule mobile site visits and to enroll additional volunteer support. Please contact us if you are interested in partnering.

Seeing this mobile clinic ready for use is the culmination of many years of work by so many volunteers. For years, we’ve shared a vision for bringing health services to more Bay Area patients, many of whom are unable to visit our clinic in downtown Oakland. This new mobile unit makes that dream a reality.
— John Christian, KM, Board chair of the Order of Malta Clinic of Northern California
 
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 FREE FOR PATIENTS

We believe everyone deserves high-quality medical care, regardless of ability to pay. For that reason:

  • All medical services are free and no one is turned away for lack of funds.

  • Laboratory tests, X-rays, mammograms, Pap tests and immunizations are provided at no cost to patients.

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