© 2018 by RotaCare Bay Area, Inc.

  • White Facebook Icon
  • White Twitter Icon

RotaCare Bay Area, Inc. 

Sobrato Center for Nonprofits

514 Valley Way • Milpitas, CA 95035
Phone: 408-379-8000 • Fax: 408-263-8191



Monterey Free Clinic

Volunteers Are The Heart Of RotaCare Monterey!

Every Wednesday, over 30 volunteers come together as a team to staff the Monterey RotaCare clinic. Here are a few reasons they volunteer:

“Because people are so grateful when they get help. The attitude of gratitude brings me back each week.”  –Helen

“I really enjoy working with people, and knowing that I am helping someone is really gratifying for me.“ –Margie

“I like helping others – but prefer doing tasks that keep me ‘out of the spotlight’.” RotaCare is the perfect place for me to volunteer because there are a hundred things that need to be done behind the scenes to enable the clinic to operate efficiently.” –Cheryl

“I volunteer at RotaCare because I can help disadvantaged and truly grateful people of my community, in a collegial environment, without the burden of the business side of medicine, and feel rewarded for my work.” –Greg  

RotaCare Monterey

Wednesdays, 5:00 pm to 9:00 pm

Our volunteer medical staff provides non-invasive, acute care to uninsured residents of the Monterey Peninsula (18 years and older). Patients are seen on a first come, first served basis or as a scheduled follow-up appointment. Check-in starts at (2:30 pm) to get a voucher to be seen that evening. Patient registration begins at 4:00 pm. We request a $10 donation per visit. 

1156 Fremont Boulevard

Seaside, CA 93955

(inside the Seaside Family Health Center)

Clinic Operations Manager: Claudia Mendivil, MPH

​Medical Director: Gregory A. Thompson MD, MSc


Phone: (831) 333-6495

Email: montereyclinic@rotacarebayarea.org


Our services include:

  • Acute care for minor illness or injury (cold, flu, allergies, skin rash, minor infection, stomach ache, asthma); hypertension, hyperlipidemia, thyroid disorders

  • Type II diabetes management with education and free glucose monitoring supplies

  • Laboratory, diagnostic and mammography testing

  • Specialty referrals as available

  • Spanish-speaking interpreters

We DO NOT provide the following but may be able to suggest low-cost community resources:

  • Women’s health services or STD treatment

  • Mental health services

  • Dental services

  • Routine physical exams or examinations to determine disability

  • Chronic pain management

  • Narcotic medications

  • Surgical procedures