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Worcester Free Care Collaborative
Akwaaba Free Health Program

Effective immediately, we will no longer provide physicals for children under the age of 14.
(Posted 12/8/15)

About Us

Medical services are provided by Dr. Karen Peterson, and Dr. Sapna Savant and a team of medical professionals and students. Walk-in patients are welcome. If you would like to make a donation, please follow this link.

Our Mission

The overriding goal of the Akwaaba Health Initiative is to enhance access to health care and improve health outcomes for vulnerable populations in the city of Worcester. The specific objectives of the clinic include:
  • To provide medical care and assessment for populations that are not presently receiving health care due to insurance and income difficulties, immigration status or actual and perceived cultural barriers.
  • To connect these patients- particularly those with chronic conditions- to continuous means of care outside the clinic as soon as possible, in part by addressing concerns over the feasibility of accessing community health centers and primary care physicians.
  • To emphasize the role of preventative care within these communities.
  • To connect patients with presently available social services that may be underutilized, including MassHealth.
  • To involve members of the targeted population in the operation of the clinic as much as possible.
  • To provide culturally competent care.

Services We Provide

  • Checkups
  • Sick Visits
  • Work Physicals
  • Prescription Refills
  • Case Management
  • Lab Testing
  • TB Reading

Location

September Schedule: 9/2, 9/16, 9/23, and 9/30, from 6pm - 8pm

International Central Gospel Church
67 Vernon Street
Worcester, MA 01610
Worcester Free Care Collaborative
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