About Us
Free Clinic
For Patients
For Volunteers
en Espaņol
For Donors


The clinic provides medical care on a first-come, first-serve basis. Patients with serious medical conditions will see the doctor first. The only criterion for being seen at the clinic is that the patient be uninsured. The following services are offered free of charge:

• Medical care for children and adults
• Physical exams
• Pregnancy tests
• Diabetes testing
• Medicine, when needed and when available
• Referrals, when necessary, to specialty doctors in the community
• Education and counseling, provided in a friendly and supportive environment

Location & Hours:

The clinic is open every Wednesday from 4:30 to 7:30 p.m.

The clinic is located at 4022 4th Avenue South between Avondale Park and Mazer’s. We are inside the M-POWER Ministries building, and ample parking is available in the alley off of 41st Street South or in front on 4th Avenue.

The clinic is also located within walking distance from the 3rd Avenue South and 41st Street bus stop on the 17 route.

To view a map, or to get directions to the clinic, click here.

Frequently Asked Questions:

Do I need an appointment?

No appointments are needed. Patients are treated on a first-come, first-serve basis.

Do I need identification?

No ID is required for treatment. The clinic prefers that patients do not bring ID to the clinic.

Do I have to pay?

No payment for services is accepted. The clinic will not bill for any services provided. Patients that do not have any medical coverage will be given preference.

What about my information?

The clinic will protect the privacy of your medical information. Your care and treatment is recorded in your medical record. The clinic will share your medical record only with doctors involved with your care. We will not give out your information for any other purposes without your permission.


Staff at the clinic includes:

• Volunteer UAB students and faculty
• Volunteer Spanish/English interpreters
• Dr. Craig J. Hoesley, faculty advisor for EAB and associate professor at UAB, specializing in infectious diseases