The MetroWest Free Medical Program offers free medical care to those who are uninsured and underinsured in the MetroWest communities. Volunteer physicians, nurses, social workers, health educators, interpreters and other volunteers come together to offer evening clinic sessions at our sites in Sudbury and Framingham, making health care services accessible to all who need them. Our vision is that all people have access to quality care, regardless of their ability to pay. Thanks to the dedication of more than 250 volunteers, we work toward that vision by offering evening clinics to:
- Provide general medical and specialty care for physical and mental health services;
- Support patients with access to prescription medications
- Assist with health insurance applications,
- Offer health education, and
- Make referrals to other health organizations for diagnostic services and specialty care.
SUPPORT OUR WORK
Despite headlines about an improved economy, the MetroWest Free Medical Program is busier than ever, on track to serve 2,000 patient visits who have no where else to turn for health care this year. Your tax deductible donation supports our volunteer doctors and nurses with the supplies, equipment, and helps our program coordinate patient care. Click here to make a donation – thank you for your support!
Who We Serve
Our programs are available at no cost to those who needs help connecting with a doctor and health insurance. We serve adults and children in MetroWest and Greater Boston communities. We speak English, Portuguese & Spanish.