Student Outreach Clinic
Flu Shot Clinic
Our next FREE flu shot clinic will be held in the Fall of 2017, please check back later for the scheduled date and time.
The Comprehensive Clinic provides general medical care, including complete physical exams and nutrition counseling. Physical exams are done to help determine illness, but can also be done for school, work, or sports participation. All patients are welcome to this clinic and all types of staff are on hand to provide any type of medical care needed. Services offered at these free clinics include: screenings, diagnosis, lab services, x-rays, EKGs, blood pressure monitoring, some treatments and referrals. The comprehensive clinics are generally offered at least twice a month.
The Pediatric Clinic provides medical care for pediatric patients from newborns to teenagers. It includes free immunizations to patients who are 18-years-old and younger, Head Start physicals, sick child visits, well child checks and nutrition counseling. Children are also welcome at any of our other clinics. Pediatric clinics are usually offered twice a month in conjunction with the comprehensive/general clinics.
The Women's Clinic provides medical care aimed specifically at female concerns. This includes services such as Pap smears, breast exams, STD counseling, pregnancy tests, and physical exams for both gynecological and non-gynecological concerns. Unfortunately, we cannot offer pregnancy care at this time. Women patients are also welcome to any of the comprehensive/general clinics. The women's clinic is offered once a month.
The Geriatric (55+) Clinic provides services and care to the elderly population in Northern Nevada. The clinic is in part sponsored by the Nevada Geriatric Education Center, which helps to promote the clinic among its clients and provides geriatric-specific resources. Some of the services offered at the clinic are social services and nutrition counseling. Appointments are usually scheduled for the geriatric clinic, which takes place twice every school semester, but walk-ins are welcome. For patients who wish to make an appointment, please contact the Geriatric Clinic Manager, Mario Pucci at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Dermatology Clinic provides quality care and medical service to patients with any problems related to the skin. Medical students and University of Nevada, Reno School of Medicine board-certified dermatologists evaluate and treat any skin conditions and concerns for patients of all ages. Our services include skin biopsies, cryotherapy and surgical excision and drainage. While this clinic is largely appointment-based, walk-ins are welcome. This clinic is held twice every semester. Patients who wish to make an appointment may email Bryn McNerny at email@example.com or Martin Azzam at firstname.lastname@example.org
Things You Should Know
Before coming to our clinic, you should be aware that:
- All patients are seen on a first-come, first-serve basis; therefore we strongly recommend that you come early or we may not be able to see you.
- We can only extend our services to those without medical insurance or those covered by Medicare and Medicaid. If you have any other kind of medical insurance, please contact your primary care physician for medical care. However, if you are insured but your children are not covered, we welcome your children at our clinics.
- It may be deemed in the course of your treatment that lab work is necessary. We can only do labs that our physicians have ordered, so if you come in seeking to have a lab done ordered by your primary care doctor, please go to a professional lab-drawing service.
- All of our clinics are conducted by medical students who are overseen by licensed physicians. We work together with nutritional, community health, and social services students to meet as many of your needs as possible.