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Richmond Clinic

Will serve both adults and children who have no health insurance.

Clinic Hours: Tuesday evenings from 4:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m and the 2nd and 4th Saturday of each month beginning January 30th. Patients will be seen by appointment only.

Clinic Location: Family Justice Center - West
256 24th Street, Richmond, CA 94804

Patient Information Line: (510) 213-6678

To make an Adult Care appointment: Patients must call (510) 213-6678 on Tuesday's between 1:00 p.m. and 3:00 p.m. for a same day appointment.

To make a Pediatric appointment: Patients must call (510) 213-6678 any day between Monday - Friday to schedule an appointment for the Tuesday clinic.

Clinic Operations Manager: Daljeet Singh MD, MPH
Email: richmondclinic@rotacarebayarea.org

For volunteer inquiries, email: volunteer.richmond@rotacarebayarea.org

Medical Director (Adult Care): Anthony Somkin, MD
Medical Director (Pediatric Care): Francine Jolton, MD

Advisory Council Chair: Pate Thomson, MD

This RotaCare site will provide:

  • Urgent care services for Adults and Children
  • Diagnostic testing services
  • Physicals to help patients with employment, school & daycare admissions, and sports
  • Referrals to community resources, social service resources, and health-related needs
  • One-to-One classes for Diabetics
  • Spanish-speaking interpreters

*we do not offer women's health services

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Quarterly Newsletter

Our new Clinic Operations Manager, Daljeet Singh MD, MPH

Meet the new Team members to RotaCare Richmond


Daljeet comes to us with a diverse and interesting back ground. In 2003 she left her OB/Gyn practice in Mumbai India to move to the Bay Area so that she and her children could be together with her husband, who works for the McKesson Co. Here she raised her son and daughter who are currently students at UC Davis. While doing this she obtained a MPH degree from the University of Arizona and kept active clinically at numerous clinic programs in the US.  At the same time, she developed skills in clinic management, business development and needs assessment in health care. She brings a full package of clinical and organizational management skills to Richmond RotaCare and we are delighted to have her.

Already she has energetically embraced our program and is helping lead our growth and expansion to include a special program for Women’s Health. 

Word is that she is a good tennis player and a very competent mom.  Already she has her husband and children volunteering at RotaCare.

 

Medical Director, Anthony Somkin,MD

Anthony took over the medical director’s role in Dec 2015.  He comes from a background of 40 years in private practice as an internist in Berkeley.  Like many others, his retirement was cut short by volunteering at RotaCare when he assumed this important medical director leadership role.

He is leading the Richmond effort to introduce electronic medical records, and is very involved in clinic operations. Dr. Somkin is focused on providing compassionate care of the highest quality and utilizing the clinic as an opportunity to educate the medical volunteer staff. He is married to Carol and has a grown son and a daughter. We had the privilege of celebrating his birthday at the clinic recently.

 When not working in the clinic he can often be found in the mountain wilderness, hiking and camping in the summer and fall and skiing in the winter.

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Phone: 408-379-8000 • Fax: 408-263-8191
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