Since 2003, hundreds of physicians, nurses, pharmacists, and volunteers have donated their time, skill, and compassion at Health & Hope Clinic to provide free healthcare to the medically underserved of our community. Here is a list of the services we currently offer:
The Clinic truly sees only those who have no other resources for their health care needs. Health and Hope Clinic is open to all uninsured people residing in Florida, regardless of their age, race, gender, sexual identity, sexual preference, immigration status, or religion. To become a patient at Health & Hope Clinic, you must:
If you believe you meet the new patient requirements, please call us. A volunteer will take your name and phone number. You will be called when a new patient screening appointment is available.
Dental care is an important component of overall good health, and healthcare. At the dental clinic, we evaluate a patient's oral health, schedule and perform any necessary dental procedures, then place them in an on-going oral hygiene program (working with the dental hygiene program at Pensacola State College). Any basic restorative dentistry is provided by local volunteer dentists.
To receive dental care, you MUST become a patient at Health and Hope Clinic. If you are in pain, we will do everything we can to get you certified as a patient and then schedule an emergency appointment with one of our dentists.
The Clinic has a well-stocked, state-licensed pharmacy, for prescriptions written by Clinic doctors for Clinic patients. Most medications, for the patient’s first dose, are available and dispensed free of charge from the Clinic. Refills are performed through our Patient Assistance Program, which enrolls patients for ongoing medications through the large drug manufacturer companies. If the medication cannot be found in the Clinic pharmacy or ordered through Patient Assistance, $4 scripts through WalMart or free scripts through Publix are offered.
Medications can be picked up during Clinic hours, which are listed below on this page.
You must bring your last 4 weeks of paycheck stubs, a photo I.D. and proof of current address in Escambia County, Florida (such as utility bill).
No. Please refer to the Cinich Hours below, or call the Clinic directly at (850) 479-4456.
There are volunteer translators at the Clinic who will be able to assist you. Please call ahead so we may arrange for volunteers.
The Clinic solely relies upon its own fundraising efforts to meet expenses. Private individuals, private foundations, corporations, churches and others also make financial contributions to the Clinic.
Health & Hope Clinic is located across the parking lot from Olive Baptist Church, on the campus of Ministry Village at Olive.
1718 East Olive Road
Pensacola, Florida 32514
Clinic Hours by appointment only.
Monday: 8:30 a.m.–Noon
Tuesday: 8:30 a.m.–Noon, 5 p.m.–8 p.m
Wednesday: 8:30 a.m.–Noon
Thursday: 5 p.m.–8 p.m.
Friday: 8:30 a.m.–Noon
Saturday & Sunday: Closed