We provide free, culturally attuned, linguistically appropriate medical care to uninsured adults living in Rhode Island. We leverage the altruism of >250 volunteers to provide neighbor-to-neighbor healthcare. By providing access to primary care at our clinic, outreach in the community and partnering with local schools, hospitals and community organizations, we reduce health disparities. Since 2010, we have served more than 9,000 patients at our clinic, in health screens and in our health education programs.
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During the months of March and April, Clínica Esperanza/Hope Clinic put on the NASA program at McAuley Village. The program began with each child’s BMI being taken as a base data point and a way to measure the success at the end of the program. During the following weeks, the Read More
On Friday, March 11th, Clinica Esperanza hosted a Wise Women’s event for uninsured women between the ages of 30 and 64. The clinic partnered with the Department of Health in order to make this event possible. By attending the event, the women were able to have their vital signs Read More
Between January 16th and the end of February, CEHC offered an Advanced Navigante Training course! Over the past 8 weeks, the participants received training in a variety of areas:
Formal Medical Translator training (NRIAHEC)
Vida Sana Training—lifestyle change for low English literacy Read More