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.
Clinic Operations Manager: Sue Galanti (925) 429-6409
Medical Director: Steven Wolfe, MD
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.
Lend a Helping Hand!
If you receive this quarterly newsletter from Rotacare Bay Area, you probably already have expressed some commitment of your valuable time or other resources to one or more of the following outcomes achieved by the Rotacare Bay Area Free Clinics. Now is the time to lend a hand, and recommit to:
Provide to all of our community members, the same access to primary medical care that is available in many developing countries.
Reduce Bay Area medical costs by reducing costly emergency department visits for episodic illnesses.
Maintain the health and well-being of our community members with chronic conditions such as diabetes, hypertension and asthma, so they may continue to work and keep their households together.
More than three quarters of the Rotacare Concord Free Medical Clinic patients have jobs. One young man who was recently diagnosed with diabetes explained that he could not come to the diabetes management classes because he had to take time off from his job in San Jose to come to the 5:00 pm clinic in Concord. The Clinic nurses, some of whom have done that commute, provided on the spot diabetes management education. Others have low premium/high deductible coverage that for a lower income family amounts to catastrophic coverage. One visit to the ER, or even an urgent care with a prescription to be filled for antibiotics, causes these families to make serious choices for the essential budget that month.
We do not yet know what decisions California will need to make in the coming months regarding the ACA, yet is seems clear that some reduction in coverage will be necessary. Now is the time to double down on the commitment to strengthen the essential safety net offered by the Rotacare Free Medical Clinics of the Bay Area. Thank you so much for your continued support!
RotaCare Bay Area, Inc. • Sobrato Center for Nonprofits • 514 Valley Way • Milpitas, CA 95035
Phone: 408-379-8000 • Fax: 408-263-8191