Concord Clinic (en español abajo)
RotaCare Concord offers two Urgent Care Clinics; on the 1st & 3rd Tuesday and every Thursday. We also offer a Healthy Woman's Clinic on the 2nd & 4th Tuesday. The clinics are located at different locations.
You may also call the Monument Crisis Center directly at (925) 222-6869 to schedule a Tuesday appointment on the 1st & 3rd Tuesday between 1pm – 2pm OR leave a voice mail during another time. An appointment is made for you once a Scheduler returns your call to confirm. Walk-in’s are accepted pending availability.
You may also call to schedule an appointment between 1pm – 2pm every Thursday. An appointment is made with you once a Scheduler returns your call to confirm. Walk-in’s are accepted pending availability.
RotaCare Concord Ofrece dos Clinicas de Urgencia; El primero & Tercer Martes del mes y cada Jueves. Tanbien ofrecemos clinica para las mujeres cada Segundo y cuarto martes del mes. Las clinicas estan and dos diferentes locales.
A closer look at our patients and the programs!
The RotaCare Concord clinic offers 9 clinic sessions a month at three locations. Seven of the clinic sessions provide urgent care and two woman’s health services including Pap smears, breast exams and limited gynecological ultrasounds.
To date in 2016,RotaCare Concord clinic has seen 313 patient encounters supported by 1308 volunteer hours. Our dedicated community providers contribute off-site time reading EKGs and pap smears for the benefit of our patients.
Our patients are diverse and come from all walks of life, recently we had a 40 year old male patient diagnosed with diabetes and prescribed oral medication. He enrolled and completed the diabetes education classes provided by the clinic. Six months later, he lost 30 pounds and reported a subsequent decrease in medication use as a result of the weight loss. He noted that he felt much better, focused and engaged with his body as a result of his significant weigh loss. He conveyed that because of the information and care he received at RotaCare he now had a profound understanding of the relationship between diet, exercise, weight and diabetes. He told us he wanted to live a good life and had faith he would be able to see his children grow up.
Sometimes we aren't able to provide patients the services they need, but in most cases we are able to provide a referral to another organization that can help. This was the case with a young male patient whom had come to the United States to escape the turmoil and violence that had swept his home country within African. He came to the clinic seeking a DMV required eye exam so he could get a driver’s license. With a license, he could get a job. While the clinic could not directly provide the required exam, he did receive a physical exam and referral to another community vision health center that would not have seen him as a ‘walk-in’ patient.
RotaCare Bay Area, Inc. • Sobrato Center for Nonprofits • 514 Valley Way • Milpitas, CA 95035
Phone: 408-379-8000 • Fax: 408-263-8191