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San Jose Clinic

Free Clinic is Wednesday 5:00 p.m. – 9:00 p.m.

Please call (408) 715-3088 to obtain information.

Sign-up Instructions: Our clinic does not take any appointments over the phone. Patients need to come to the School Health Clinic on Wednesday morning and get in line, in order to get a ticket for that evening's clinic. The tickets are handed out by a RotaCare volunteer, usually at about 7:00 a.m. The number of available tickets will vary, depending on how many volunteers are working on that given day, but it usually ranges from about 24 to 32 tickets. Patients who receive a ticket will then need to return to the clinic at 5:00 p.m. to be seen by the Medical Provider.
If you were unable to line up early to get a ticket, you may still stop by the clinic during the day on any Wednesday to see if tickets are still available for that evening’s clinic.  We post a sign on the fence outside the School Health clinic indicating whether or not tickets are available.  If they are, you may go inside and ask for one. 

Please note: that we do not prescribe narcotics for chronic use, and we do not store any narcotics at our clinic.  Also, we are unable to perform examinations to determine disability or to complete disability forms.

Washington School

100 Oak Street
San Jose, CA 95110

(We are located in the School Health Clinic which is actually on Edwards St. behind the school;  see the map at right)

Clinic Operations Manager: Felicia Barkley (408) 715-3088
Medical Director: Roger Lake, MD

  • Minor illnesses/injuries
  • Chronic condition management
  • Physical Exams/excluding Occupational Health ScreeningsPhysical Exams
  • Gynecological
  • Referral services as needed
  • Spanish speaking interpreters



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My volunteer experience at RotaCare!

My volunteer experience at RotaCare:

My experience as a RotaCare volunteer has been extraordinary since I first joined the San Jose clinic in 2014 as a medical interpreter. From day one I observed true dedication and altruism in each and every member of the team. Here I found a team of dedicated volunteers who not only strive to maintain patients’ health by effectively managing chronic conditions and preventing injury and disease, but also aim to inspire and support each other to remain a cohesive family where collaboration and team work abound.

 RotaCare has played a fundamental role in my transition from interpreter to now being a board-certified and California-licensed PA. The clinic leadership and rest of the crew have always been supportive of my desire to pursue a clinical career path. They have given me invaluable advice and shared their professional experience every step of the way. Because of the human warmth and support I have received here, I feel motivated to continue volunteering in a new role as a provider, and to inspire other volunteers to follow their dreams and help them reach their objectives.

 What does it mean to me to work with underserved population?

Being a volunteer for RotaCare and working with underserved populations is extremely rewarding, making me feel both proud and honored. This organization gives me the unique opportunity to serve the community where I live. Being a RotaCare volunteer means I can help to improve the health of those who often need health services the most but have the least resources.

RotaCare Bay Area, Inc. • Sobrato Center for Nonprofits • 514 Valley Way • Milpitas, CA 95035
Phone: 408-379-8000 • Fax: 408-263-8191