Our medical clinic provides a wide range of services for people without insurance. We also provide health education for diabetes prevention. Read below to learn more about becoming a patient at our clinic and getting an appointment.
We are a free clinic and serve as a temporary health care home to help patients reach health goals. The services provided in-house are a no cost to the patient. There may be a cost associated with any other services that will need to be referred out.
Primary and Specialty Care
To make an appointment, call 602-261-6825. If you reach voicemail, leave a message with your name, phone number and reason for the call, and we'll call you back as soon as possible. You must see a primary care provider and receive a referral before seeing a specialist.
If you already have a primary care provider at another low-cost clinic, you may be seen at the St. Vincent de Paul Medical Clinic by referral only. Please have your primary care provider send us a referral form.
Diabetes Education and Prevention Programs
Our diabetes education and prevention programs are designed and led by bilingual educators who specialize in culturally-appropriate consultations and curriculum.
Individual consultations are available to patients of the St. Vincent de Paul Medical Clinic. Working with Certified Diabetes Educators and Registered Dietitian Nutritionists, patients work together to set goals to improve their health.
- Diabetes Education classes
- Family-based diabetes prevention classes (Prevent Type 2)
- Family Diabetes Prevention Program (FDPP) for youth at high risk. Includes free nutrition and excise classes delivered by health trained professionals and partners in the community.
For more information, class schedules, eligibility and to register, call 623-850-1143.
Need additional support?
Contact our partner agency 2-1-1 Arizona for more services.