Pittsburg Free Clinic
Dedicated Volunteers at RotaCare Pittsburg!
Lydia Ramos has been volunteering with RotaCare Pittsburg as an Interpreter since the very first day the clinic opened on February 9, 2011. Every time she attends clinic, she provides interpretation services for our Spanish-speaking patients both at the front desk and for the medical staff alike. Her dedication is unwavering, and her commitment to the East Contra Costa County community is continuously demonstrated by her attendance at every Wednesday night clinic throughout the year.
When new volunteer Interpreters are orientating on their first clinic night, Lydia always makes sure they feel welcome and knowledgeable about our clinic scope of services and cultural nuances amongst our patients. We love having her as part of the foundation of our volunteer base here at RotaCare Pittsburg, and we are honored to have her with us. It is volunteers like Lydia that create a safety net for the uninsured in our community.
Wednesdays, 4:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m.
2nd and 4th Saturdays, 9:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m.
We serve adults 18 years and older who have no health insurance.
*Patients will be seen by appointment only.
To make an appointment: Patients must call (925) 439-2009 on Wednesdays between 1:00 p.m. and 3:00 p.m. for either a same-day appointment or a Saturday appointment.
St. Vincent de Paul of Contra Costa County
2210 Gladstone Drive
Pittsburg, CA 94565
Clinic Operations Manager: Yazmin Mejia
Medical Director: Hamid Khonsari, M.D.
Patient Information line: (925) 439-2009
RotaCare Pittsburg will provide:
Diabetes, asthma, hypertension
Cough, cold, and/or sore throat
Minor laceration repair, wound care
Allergies or Sinusitis
Ear infections and stomach aches
Sprains and muscle strains
Urinary tract infections
Rashes, poison oak, minor skin infections and burns
Flu immunization (November - April)
Health education for diabetes, hypertension, and nutrition
We DO NOT provide the following services:
Chronic pain, Type 1 diabetes
Women's health-related care
Anxiety & depression
Trauma-related injuries, broken bones, stitches for wounds or lacerations
Worker's compensation, legal or DMV notices