Primary Care Medical Clinics
The Equal Access Clinic Network houses four walk-in Primary Care Clinics. No appointment necessary, however patients will be seen on a first-come, first-served basis. Two clinics also host separate specialty services nights dedicating their practice to providing a comfortable atmosphere for women and members of the LGBT community.
If you are unable to visit our clinics during the evenings for any reason, please seek care at Mobile Outreach Clinic, which operates every weekday from 11 AM to 4 PM at various Gainesville locations. For more information, visit their page here.
The Equal Access Clinic Network also comprises of seven Speciality Clinics. By partnering with additional healthcare providers, we are able to offer the Greater Gainesville community a Mental Health Clinic, LGBT Health Clinic, Women’s Clinic, Eye Clinic, Dental Clinic, Physical Therapy and Occupational Therapy.
Health Education Classes
The Equal Access Clinic Network hosts two Health Education Classes. Both courses allow a specific patient population to learn more about preventing future health problems and managing current issues.
- Primary medical care
- Social work and psychological consultations
- Occupational Therapy
- Administration of medications (no controlled substances)
- Blood pressure and blood sugar monitoring
- Confidential HIV counseling and testing
- Referrals to WE CARE network specialists
- Basic gynecologic care, including cervical cancer screening and STD testing
- Ophthalmology Services
- Diabetes Education Class
- Tobacco Cessation Class