Where are you located? What are your hours of operation?
How do I make an appointment?
We love email and texting, but when it comes to making appointments, we think it’s important to speak with you directly. Give us a call at 415.379.7800. If we’re on a call with another client or you call outside of business hours, please leave a message and we’ll get back to you as soon as possible. Click here for more information about how to make an appointment.
What services do you provide?
We offer a wide range of women’s health services including Gynecology, Primary Care, Mental Health. We also offer insurance enrollment assistance. Click here to view a complete list of our services.
Who do you serve?
We provide care to women and girls– anyone female-identified or female-bodied– ages 12 and older, who live in San Francisco, San Mateo, Alameda, or Marin County. We serve clients who have no health insurance, have inadequate health insurance, need confidentiality from someone who shares their insurance policy, or have Medi-Cal.
How much will my visit cost?
The Clinic is committed to offering affordable and accessible health care to uninsured and underinsured women. 90% of our clients are eligible for programs that cover the cost of their visit and we provide enrollment assistance to help ensure affordability. We never turn anyone away due to inability to pay.
The cost of services depends on the type of visit. Click here for more information on how much each of our services may cost.
Do I have to live in San Francisco to get services?
You do not have to live in San Francisco to get services at the Women’s Community Clinic, but you do have to be able to come to the Women’s Community Clinic for services! Click here for directions to our 1833 Fillmore Street location and information about getting to us by car, bike, or bus (Muni).
Can I come to the Clinic if I have health insurance?
If you have insurance, you can come to the Women’s Community Clinic if you meet the following criteria:
How can I get involved?
There are many different ways to get involved with the Women’s Community Clinic and help us make a difference for Bay Area women and girls. Click here to learn more about our Health Worker program, Western Addition Health Training program, Outreach program, job openings, and other volunteer opportunities.