Free Healthcare in Worcester

The Free medical programs in  Worcester provide basic, quality healthcare and social support services for residents of the Greater Worcester area regardless of income, insurance, or housing status. All of the programs welcome anyone in need of services. No insurance or citizenship documents are required.  

Medical programs run in the evenings from Monday to Thursday and are staffed by volunteer physicians, nurse practitioners, and nurses who graciously donate their time. Additionally, students from the University of Massachusetts Medical School and Graduate School of Nursing volunteer under supervision at many of the locations.


Find a medical program by day of the week

Note that not all medical programs offer similar services.  Please check the program details page to confirm that the service you need is offered on that day. 

Important:  These medical programs do not provide emergency care. For health emergencies, please call 911 or visit your nearest hospital Emergency Department. 

Upcoming Free Medical Programs 

Medical programs normally follow Shrewsbury & Worcester Public School schedules for weather related closures.

Medical programs are also closed on some holidays. Please check this calendar to verify that the program is open when you plan to visit.

Volunteers, Donors & Community Members

Each medical program is independently run and we collaborate with help from the Worcester Free Care Collaborative (WFCC) Inc. The Worcester Free Care Collaborative is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization.

We welcome participation from medical students, clinicians, and medical interpreters. We also welcome support from individual donors and donor organizations. 

If you are interested in volunteering, donating, or wish to support our advocacy efforts, please visit us at the WFCC, Inc. website below :