IMANE Free Health Stop re-opens May 5, 2021 at India Center, walk-ins now welcome.
Free Flu shot clinic for community members without health insurance was held at ISW Free health stop.
Note: The ISW Free Health Stop has been providing free medical care to patients for over 15 years. The health stop services are now available for free via Telemedicine. Listen to Dr. Sahdev Passey, Chair of the ISW Health Stop talk about the services offered in this video interview: Youtube - Health Stop
You can get details on how to access these Telemedicine services at: Free Telemed Clinic
India Center’s Free Health Stop
Note: Free Health Stop will be open every Wednesday except when the Worcester Public Schools are closed because of a snow day. It will also be closed on Wednesday before the Thanksgiving holiday.
The Indian Medical Association of New England, along with the India Society of Worcester, provide the needed health care for the under-served and uninsured in our community every Wednesday from 6 pm to 8 pm at the India Center owned by the India Society of Worcester. It was started in 2005 under the guidance of Dr. Sahdev Passey and has been providing care for over a decade.
The Free Health Stop is staffed by volunteer physicians, social workers, dieticians, and members of the India Society of Worcester. Every week the Free Health Stop plans to provide acute care for non emergency medical problems, information on health issues, and different issues related to diet. Services will be provided to anyone regardless of their financial, immigration and insurance status. Services are not limited to the Indian Community.