Health Center Drop-In Clinic

Tuesday, November 20, 2018 5:00 pm — 8:00 pm

New Life Community Health Center

Serving Uninsured Immigrants

It’s Our Mission:

Compelled by Christian Faith, in partnership with New Life Fellowship, New Life Community Development Corporation and others, we seek to see lives transformed through the provision of ongoing excellence in healthcare oriented to the physical, emotional and spiritual needs of immigrants and the under-insured of west/central Queens in New York City.

Since its inception in 2000, the health center has served over 4,800 immigrants and uninsured individuals through its outdoor community health fairs. In March 2005 free drop-in clinic hours were established on Tuesday nights and Saturday mornings that provide 3,000 patient visits annually.

What We Offer

  • General Consultation
  • Health Education
  • Blood Pressure Reading
  • Glucose Testing
  • Cholesterol Testing
  • Eye Examination
  • Social Work Services (Confidential)
    • Information and referral
    • Assessment
    • Case management
    • Crisis intervention counseling

Although there are limits to our services, a qualified staff will be able to advise and suggest possible alternatives.

Questions? We have answers!

Question: Must I make an appointment?

Answer: Making an appointment is easy!

You can go to our Patient Portal and register by clicking on the "Sign Up Today" link at the bottom of the screen. From the patient portal you can then send a message requesting an appointment. You can always contact the health center during our hours of operation at 718-565-9844 if you have any questions or are unable to complete your registration in the patient portal.

Once you've met with your care team and established a Primary Care Provider (PCP), a member of your care team will make sure that you can set all future appointments through the patient portal. Please use the portal for faster access when making future appointments.

If you cannot make your scheduled appointment for any reason, please call us in advance to cancel the appointment so we can make that time available for someone else who needs care.

Drop-in visits will be handled on a first come first served basis after patients with appointments have been served.

Question: Who is providing the medical care?

Answer: All medical care is provided by volunteer doctors, dentists, nurses and physician assistants.

Question: How much does it cost?

Answer: All services at our health center are FREE at this time! 

Question: Will I be referred to a specialist if I need follow up care?

Answer: We will do our best to network you with Elmhurst Hospital. However, there will be a charge for visits to the hospital without insurance.

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Women's Health

Thursday, November 22, 2018 12:00 pm — 6:00 pm

We are excited about our new partnership with Restore NYC that provides a dedicated day bi-weekly for medical exams and services to women.

What We Offer (all services are FREE):

  • General Medical Exams and Consultation
  • Comprehensive Lab Testing
  • Health Education
  • Health Screenings
  • Prescriptions
  • Social Work Services
    • Assessment
    • Case Management
    • Crisis Intervention Counseling
    • Information and Referral
What We Are Unable to Offer:
  • Minor or Major Surgery
Q: Must I make an appointment?
 
A: We do take walk-ins on a first-come, first-served basis. However, if you can make an appointment in advance, this will help us serve you. NLCHC has a patient ‘portal’ via website where you can provide some basic patient information ahead of your visit. You can also receive your regular and ongoing medical information via the ‘portal’ once you are fully registered as a patient. The patient portal site is https://15450.portal.athenahealth.com
 
Q: How much does it cost?
 
A: All of our services are FREE for you.

Q: Who is providing the medical care?
 
A: We have a team of health care professionals who have experience and training in working with victims of domestic violence, sexual abuse and human trafficking.
 
Shantae Rodriguez, PA, is the leader of NLCHC’s outreach program for survivors of domestic violence, sexual abuse and human trafficking. A childhood victim of poverty, Shantae understands many of the difficulties facing people in recovery and restoration. She has dedicated her medical career to providing access to excellent health care, regardless of a person’s current health status, racial, gender or religious background, or ability to pay.

Hours of Operation: Bi-weekly, Thursdays 12:00 to 7:00 pm (Beginning January 18, 2018) view details


Health Center Drop-In Clinic

Tuesday, November 27, 2018 5:00 pm — 8:00 pm

New Life Community Health Center

Serving Uninsured Immigrants

It’s Our Mission:

Compelled by Christian Faith, in partnership with New Life Fellowship, New Life Community Development Corporation and others, we seek to see lives transformed through the provision of ongoing excellence in healthcare oriented to the physical, emotional and spiritual needs of immigrants and the under-insured of west/central Queens in New York City.

Since its inception in 2000, the health center has served over 4,800 immigrants and uninsured individuals through its outdoor community health fairs. In March 2005 free drop-in clinic hours were established on Tuesday nights and Saturday mornings that provide 3,000 patient visits annually.

What We Offer

  • General Consultation
  • Health Education
  • Blood Pressure Reading
  • Glucose Testing
  • Cholesterol Testing
  • Eye Examination
  • Social Work Services (Confidential)
    • Information and referral
    • Assessment
    • Case management
    • Crisis intervention counseling

Although there are limits to our services, a qualified staff will be able to advise and suggest possible alternatives.

Questions? We have answers!

Question: Must I make an appointment?

Answer: Making an appointment is easy!

You can go to our Patient Portal and register by clicking on the "Sign Up Today" link at the bottom of the screen. From the patient portal you can then send a message requesting an appointment. You can always contact the health center during our hours of operation at 718-565-9844 if you have any questions or are unable to complete your registration in the patient portal.

Once you've met with your care team and established a Primary Care Provider (PCP), a member of your care team will make sure that you can set all future appointments through the patient portal. Please use the portal for faster access when making future appointments.

If you cannot make your scheduled appointment for any reason, please call us in advance to cancel the appointment so we can make that time available for someone else who needs care.

Drop-in visits will be handled on a first come first served basis after patients with appointments have been served.

Question: Who is providing the medical care?

Answer: All medical care is provided by volunteer doctors, dentists, nurses and physician assistants.

Question: How much does it cost?

Answer: All services at our health center are FREE at this time! 

Question: Will I be referred to a specialist if I need follow up care?

Answer: We will do our best to network you with Elmhurst Hospital. However, there will be a charge for visits to the hospital without insurance.

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Health Center Drop-In Clinic

Saturday, December 1, 2018 9:00 am — 1:00 pm

New Life Community Health Center

 

Serving Uninsured Immigrants

It’s Our Mission:

 

Compelled by Christian Faith, in partnership with New Life Fellowship, New Life Community Development Corporation and others, we seek to see lives transformed through the provision of ongoing excellence in healthcare oriented to the physical, emotional and spiritual needs of immigrants and the under-insured of west/central Queens in New York City.

 

Since its inception in 2000, the health center has served over 4,800 immigrants and uninsured individuals through its outdoor community health fairs. In March 2005 free drop-in clinic hours were established on Tuesday nights and Saturday mornings that provide 3,000 patient visits annually.

 

What We Offer

  • General Consultation
  • Health Education
  • Blood Pressure Reading
  • Glucose Testing
  • Cholesterol Testing
  • Eye Examination
  • Social Work Services (Confidential)
    • Information and referral
    • Assessment
    • Case management
    • Crisis intervention counseling

Although there are limits to our services, a qualified staff will be able to advise and suggest possible alternatives.

 

Questions? We have answers!

 

Question: Must I make an appointment?

Answer: Making an appointment is easy!

You can go to our Patient Portal and register by clicking on the "Sign Up Today" link at the bottom of the screen. From the patient portal you can then send a message requesting an appointment. You can always contact the health center during our hours of operation at 718-565-9844 if you have any questions or are unable to complete your registration in the patient portal.

Once you've met with your care team and established a Primary Care Provider (PCP), a member of your care team will make sure that you can set all future appointments through the patient portal. Please use the portal for faster access when making future appointments.

If you cannot make your scheduled appointment for any reason, please call us in advance to cancel the appointment so we can make that time available for someone else who needs care.

Drop-in visits will be handled on a first come first served basis after patients with appointments have been served.
 

Question: Who is providing the medical care?

Answer: All medical care is provided by volunteer doctors, dentists, nurses and physician assistants.

 

Question: How much does it cost?

Answer: All services at our health center are FREE at this time! 

 

Question: Will I be referred to a specialist if I need follow up care?

Answer: We will do our best to network you with Elmhurst Hospital. However, there will be a charge for visits to the hospital without insurance.

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Health Center Drop-In Clinic

Tuesday, December 4, 2018 5:00 pm — 8:00 pm

New Life Community Health Center

Serving Uninsured Immigrants

It’s Our Mission:

Compelled by Christian Faith, in partnership with New Life Fellowship, New Life Community Development Corporation and others, we seek to see lives transformed through the provision of ongoing excellence in healthcare oriented to the physical, emotional and spiritual needs of immigrants and the under-insured of west/central Queens in New York City.

Since its inception in 2000, the health center has served over 4,800 immigrants and uninsured individuals through its outdoor community health fairs. In March 2005 free drop-in clinic hours were established on Tuesday nights and Saturday mornings that provide 3,000 patient visits annually.

What We Offer

  • General Consultation
  • Health Education
  • Blood Pressure Reading
  • Glucose Testing
  • Cholesterol Testing
  • Eye Examination
  • Social Work Services (Confidential)
    • Information and referral
    • Assessment
    • Case management
    • Crisis intervention counseling

Although there are limits to our services, a qualified staff will be able to advise and suggest possible alternatives.

Questions? We have answers!

Question: Must I make an appointment?

Answer: Making an appointment is easy!

You can go to our Patient Portal and register by clicking on the "Sign Up Today" link at the bottom of the screen. From the patient portal you can then send a message requesting an appointment. You can always contact the health center during our hours of operation at 718-565-9844 if you have any questions or are unable to complete your registration in the patient portal.

Once you've met with your care team and established a Primary Care Provider (PCP), a member of your care team will make sure that you can set all future appointments through the patient portal. Please use the portal for faster access when making future appointments.

If you cannot make your scheduled appointment for any reason, please call us in advance to cancel the appointment so we can make that time available for someone else who needs care.

Drop-in visits will be handled on a first come first served basis after patients with appointments have been served.

Question: Who is providing the medical care?

Answer: All medical care is provided by volunteer doctors, dentists, nurses and physician assistants.

Question: How much does it cost?

Answer: All services at our health center are FREE at this time! 

Question: Will I be referred to a specialist if I need follow up care?

Answer: We will do our best to network you with Elmhurst Hospital. However, there will be a charge for visits to the hospital without insurance.

view details


Women's Health

Thursday, December 6, 2018 12:00 pm — 6:00 pm

We are excited about our new partnership with Restore NYC that provides a dedicated day bi-weekly for medical exams and services to women.

What We Offer (all services are FREE):

  • General Medical Exams and Consultation
  • Comprehensive Lab Testing
  • Health Education
  • Health Screenings
  • Prescriptions
  • Social Work Services
    • Assessment
    • Case Management
    • Crisis Intervention Counseling
    • Information and Referral
What We Are Unable to Offer:
  • Minor or Major Surgery
Q: Must I make an appointment?
 
A: We do take walk-ins on a first-come, first-served basis. However, if you can make an appointment in advance, this will help us serve you. NLCHC has a patient ‘portal’ via website where you can provide some basic patient information ahead of your visit. You can also receive your regular and ongoing medical information via the ‘portal’ once you are fully registered as a patient. The patient portal site is https://15450.portal.athenahealth.com
 
Q: How much does it cost?
 
A: All of our services are FREE for you.

Q: Who is providing the medical care?
 
A: We have a team of health care professionals who have experience and training in working with victims of domestic violence, sexual abuse and human trafficking.
 
Shantae Rodriguez, PA, is the leader of NLCHC’s outreach program for survivors of domestic violence, sexual abuse and human trafficking. A childhood victim of poverty, Shantae understands many of the difficulties facing people in recovery and restoration. She has dedicated her medical career to providing access to excellent health care, regardless of a person’s current health status, racial, gender or religious background, or ability to pay.

Hours of Operation: Bi-weekly, Thursdays 12:00 to 7:00 pm (Beginning January 18, 2018) view details


Health Center Drop-In Clinic

Saturday, December 8, 2018 9:00 am — 1:00 pm

New Life Community Health Center

 

Serving Uninsured Immigrants

It’s Our Mission:

 

Compelled by Christian Faith, in partnership with New Life Fellowship, New Life Community Development Corporation and others, we seek to see lives transformed through the provision of ongoing excellence in healthcare oriented to the physical, emotional and spiritual needs of immigrants and the under-insured of west/central Queens in New York City.

 

Since its inception in 2000, the health center has served over 4,800 immigrants and uninsured individuals through its outdoor community health fairs. In March 2005 free drop-in clinic hours were established on Tuesday nights and Saturday mornings that provide 3,000 patient visits annually.

 

What We Offer

  • General Consultation
  • Health Education
  • Blood Pressure Reading
  • Glucose Testing
  • Cholesterol Testing
  • Eye Examination
  • Social Work Services (Confidential)
    • Information and referral
    • Assessment
    • Case management
    • Crisis intervention counseling

Although there are limits to our services, a qualified staff will be able to advise and suggest possible alternatives.

 

Questions? We have answers!

 

Question: Must I make an appointment?

Answer: Making an appointment is easy!

You can go to our Patient Portal and register by clicking on the "Sign Up Today" link at the bottom of the screen. From the patient portal you can then send a message requesting an appointment. You can always contact the health center during our hours of operation at 718-565-9844 if you have any questions or are unable to complete your registration in the patient portal.

Once you've met with your care team and established a Primary Care Provider (PCP), a member of your care team will make sure that you can set all future appointments through the patient portal. Please use the portal for faster access when making future appointments.

If you cannot make your scheduled appointment for any reason, please call us in advance to cancel the appointment so we can make that time available for someone else who needs care.

Drop-in visits will be handled on a first come first served basis after patients with appointments have been served.
 

Question: Who is providing the medical care?

Answer: All medical care is provided by volunteer doctors, dentists, nurses and physician assistants.

 

Question: How much does it cost?

Answer: All services at our health center are FREE at this time! 

 

Question: Will I be referred to a specialist if I need follow up care?

Answer: We will do our best to network you with Elmhurst Hospital. However, there will be a charge for visits to the hospital without insurance.

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Health Center Drop-In Clinic

Tuesday, December 11, 2018 5:00 pm — 8:00 pm

New Life Community Health Center

Serving Uninsured Immigrants

It’s Our Mission:

Compelled by Christian Faith, in partnership with New Life Fellowship, New Life Community Development Corporation and others, we seek to see lives transformed through the provision of ongoing excellence in healthcare oriented to the physical, emotional and spiritual needs of immigrants and the under-insured of west/central Queens in New York City.

Since its inception in 2000, the health center has served over 4,800 immigrants and uninsured individuals through its outdoor community health fairs. In March 2005 free drop-in clinic hours were established on Tuesday nights and Saturday mornings that provide 3,000 patient visits annually.

What We Offer

  • General Consultation
  • Health Education
  • Blood Pressure Reading
  • Glucose Testing
  • Cholesterol Testing
  • Eye Examination
  • Social Work Services (Confidential)
    • Information and referral
    • Assessment
    • Case management
    • Crisis intervention counseling

Although there are limits to our services, a qualified staff will be able to advise and suggest possible alternatives.

Questions? We have answers!

Question: Must I make an appointment?

Answer: Making an appointment is easy!

You can go to our Patient Portal and register by clicking on the "Sign Up Today" link at the bottom of the screen. From the patient portal you can then send a message requesting an appointment. You can always contact the health center during our hours of operation at 718-565-9844 if you have any questions or are unable to complete your registration in the patient portal.

Once you've met with your care team and established a Primary Care Provider (PCP), a member of your care team will make sure that you can set all future appointments through the patient portal. Please use the portal for faster access when making future appointments.

If you cannot make your scheduled appointment for any reason, please call us in advance to cancel the appointment so we can make that time available for someone else who needs care.

Drop-in visits will be handled on a first come first served basis after patients with appointments have been served.

Question: Who is providing the medical care?

Answer: All medical care is provided by volunteer doctors, dentists, nurses and physician assistants.

Question: How much does it cost?

Answer: All services at our health center are FREE at this time! 

Question: Will I be referred to a specialist if I need follow up care?

Answer: We will do our best to network you with Elmhurst Hospital. However, there will be a charge for visits to the hospital without insurance.

view details


Health Center Drop-In Clinic

Saturday, December 15, 2018 9:00 am — 1:00 pm

New Life Community Health Center

 

Serving Uninsured Immigrants

It’s Our Mission:

 

Compelled by Christian Faith, in partnership with New Life Fellowship, New Life Community Development Corporation and others, we seek to see lives transformed through the provision of ongoing excellence in healthcare oriented to the physical, emotional and spiritual needs of immigrants and the under-insured of west/central Queens in New York City.

 

Since its inception in 2000, the health center has served over 4,800 immigrants and uninsured individuals through its outdoor community health fairs. In March 2005 free drop-in clinic hours were established on Tuesday nights and Saturday mornings that provide 3,000 patient visits annually.

 

What We Offer

  • General Consultation
  • Health Education
  • Blood Pressure Reading
  • Glucose Testing
  • Cholesterol Testing
  • Eye Examination
  • Social Work Services (Confidential)
    • Information and referral
    • Assessment
    • Case management
    • Crisis intervention counseling

Although there are limits to our services, a qualified staff will be able to advise and suggest possible alternatives.

 

Questions? We have answers!

 

Question: Must I make an appointment?

Answer: Making an appointment is easy!

You can go to our Patient Portal and register by clicking on the "Sign Up Today" link at the bottom of the screen. From the patient portal you can then send a message requesting an appointment. You can always contact the health center during our hours of operation at 718-565-9844 if you have any questions or are unable to complete your registration in the patient portal.

Once you've met with your care team and established a Primary Care Provider (PCP), a member of your care team will make sure that you can set all future appointments through the patient portal. Please use the portal for faster access when making future appointments.

If you cannot make your scheduled appointment for any reason, please call us in advance to cancel the appointment so we can make that time available for someone else who needs care.

Drop-in visits will be handled on a first come first served basis after patients with appointments have been served.
 

Question: Who is providing the medical care?

Answer: All medical care is provided by volunteer doctors, dentists, nurses and physician assistants.

 

Question: How much does it cost?

Answer: All services at our health center are FREE at this time! 

 

Question: Will I be referred to a specialist if I need follow up care?

Answer: We will do our best to network you with Elmhurst Hospital. However, there will be a charge for visits to the hospital without insurance.

view details


Health Center Drop-In Clinic

Tuesday, December 18, 2018 5:00 pm — 8:00 pm

New Life Community Health Center

Serving Uninsured Immigrants

It’s Our Mission:

Compelled by Christian Faith, in partnership with New Life Fellowship, New Life Community Development Corporation and others, we seek to see lives transformed through the provision of ongoing excellence in healthcare oriented to the physical, emotional and spiritual needs of immigrants and the under-insured of west/central Queens in New York City.

Since its inception in 2000, the health center has served over 4,800 immigrants and uninsured individuals through its outdoor community health fairs. In March 2005 free drop-in clinic hours were established on Tuesday nights and Saturday mornings that provide 3,000 patient visits annually.

What We Offer

  • General Consultation
  • Health Education
  • Blood Pressure Reading
  • Glucose Testing
  • Cholesterol Testing
  • Eye Examination
  • Social Work Services (Confidential)
    • Information and referral
    • Assessment
    • Case management
    • Crisis intervention counseling

Although there are limits to our services, a qualified staff will be able to advise and suggest possible alternatives.

Questions? We have answers!

Question: Must I make an appointment?

Answer: Making an appointment is easy!

You can go to our Patient Portal and register by clicking on the "Sign Up Today" link at the bottom of the screen. From the patient portal you can then send a message requesting an appointment. You can always contact the health center during our hours of operation at 718-565-9844 if you have any questions or are unable to complete your registration in the patient portal.

Once you've met with your care team and established a Primary Care Provider (PCP), a member of your care team will make sure that you can set all future appointments through the patient portal. Please use the portal for faster access when making future appointments.

If you cannot make your scheduled appointment for any reason, please call us in advance to cancel the appointment so we can make that time available for someone else who needs care.

Drop-in visits will be handled on a first come first served basis after patients with appointments have been served.

Question: Who is providing the medical care?

Answer: All medical care is provided by volunteer doctors, dentists, nurses and physician assistants.

Question: How much does it cost?

Answer: All services at our health center are FREE at this time! 

Question: Will I be referred to a specialist if I need follow up care?

Answer: We will do our best to network you with Elmhurst Hospital. However, there will be a charge for visits to the hospital without insurance.

view details


Women's Health

Thursday, December 20, 2018 12:00 pm — 6:00 pm

We are excited about our new partnership with Restore NYC that provides a dedicated day bi-weekly for medical exams and services to women.

What We Offer (all services are FREE):

  • General Medical Exams and Consultation
  • Comprehensive Lab Testing
  • Health Education
  • Health Screenings
  • Prescriptions
  • Social Work Services
    • Assessment
    • Case Management
    • Crisis Intervention Counseling
    • Information and Referral
What We Are Unable to Offer:
  • Minor or Major Surgery
Q: Must I make an appointment?
 
A: We do take walk-ins on a first-come, first-served basis. However, if you can make an appointment in advance, this will help us serve you. NLCHC has a patient ‘portal’ via website where you can provide some basic patient information ahead of your visit. You can also receive your regular and ongoing medical information via the ‘portal’ once you are fully registered as a patient. The patient portal site is https://15450.portal.athenahealth.com
 
Q: How much does it cost?
 
A: All of our services are FREE for you.

Q: Who is providing the medical care?
 
A: We have a team of health care professionals who have experience and training in working with victims of domestic violence, sexual abuse and human trafficking.
 
Shantae Rodriguez, PA, is the leader of NLCHC’s outreach program for survivors of domestic violence, sexual abuse and human trafficking. A childhood victim of poverty, Shantae understands many of the difficulties facing people in recovery and restoration. She has dedicated her medical career to providing access to excellent health care, regardless of a person’s current health status, racial, gender or religious background, or ability to pay.

Hours of Operation: Bi-weekly, Thursdays 12:00 to 7:00 pm (Beginning January 18, 2018) view details


Health Center Drop-In Clinic

Saturday, December 22, 2018 9:00 am — 1:00 pm

New Life Community Health Center

 

Serving Uninsured Immigrants

It’s Our Mission:

 

Compelled by Christian Faith, in partnership with New Life Fellowship, New Life Community Development Corporation and others, we seek to see lives transformed through the provision of ongoing excellence in healthcare oriented to the physical, emotional and spiritual needs of immigrants and the under-insured of west/central Queens in New York City.

 

Since its inception in 2000, the health center has served over 4,800 immigrants and uninsured individuals through its outdoor community health fairs. In March 2005 free drop-in clinic hours were established on Tuesday nights and Saturday mornings that provide 3,000 patient visits annually.

 

What We Offer

  • General Consultation
  • Health Education
  • Blood Pressure Reading
  • Glucose Testing
  • Cholesterol Testing
  • Eye Examination
  • Social Work Services (Confidential)
    • Information and referral
    • Assessment
    • Case management
    • Crisis intervention counseling

Although there are limits to our services, a qualified staff will be able to advise and suggest possible alternatives.

 

Questions? We have answers!

 

Question: Must I make an appointment?

Answer: Making an appointment is easy!

You can go to our Patient Portal and register by clicking on the "Sign Up Today" link at the bottom of the screen. From the patient portal you can then send a message requesting an appointment. You can always contact the health center during our hours of operation at 718-565-9844 if you have any questions or are unable to complete your registration in the patient portal.

Once you've met with your care team and established a Primary Care Provider (PCP), a member of your care team will make sure that you can set all future appointments through the patient portal. Please use the portal for faster access when making future appointments.

If you cannot make your scheduled appointment for any reason, please call us in advance to cancel the appointment so we can make that time available for someone else who needs care.

Drop-in visits will be handled on a first come first served basis after patients with appointments have been served.
 

Question: Who is providing the medical care?

Answer: All medical care is provided by volunteer doctors, dentists, nurses and physician assistants.

 

Question: How much does it cost?

Answer: All services at our health center are FREE at this time! 

 

Question: Will I be referred to a specialist if I need follow up care?

Answer: We will do our best to network you with Elmhurst Hospital. However, there will be a charge for visits to the hospital without insurance.

view details