ZoomCare believes that good health makes people happier and more productive. They live longer, enjoy life and contribute to their communities in immeasurable ways. ZoomCare provides great care at an affordable price, yet some people need a little extra help now and then. ZoomCare created the ZoomCare Foundation to fill that need.
On the second Wednesday of every month, The ZoomCare Foundation supports ZoomCare Free Nights--free clinic appointments from 6-9pm at ZoomCare’s Mississippi Ave. clinic at 3872 N. Mississippi Avenue in Portland, Oregon.
Wednesday, June 12
Wednesday, July 10
Wednesday, August 14
Wednesday, September 11
Wednesday, October 9
Wednesday, November 13
Wednesday, December 11
Who’s eligible for ZoomCare Free Nights?
We treat anyone from 0-100 years old who cannot afford a regular ZoomCare visit.
How much does an appointment Cost?
Zero, Nada. Nothing. It’s free.
How can I make an appointment for ZoomCare Free Nights?
To start, there are 20 open appointments from 6-9pm. Appointments will be scheduled on a first come-first served basis at the clinic beginning at 5:45pm. When a patient arrives at the clinic, he/she will be registered for a fifteen minute visit with a ZoomCare Provider. The patient may leave the clinic and return at the appointment time, or choose to wait in the lobby. Please bring a photo ID. No other documentation is required.
What do we treat on ZoomCare Free Nights?
Acute illnesses and injuries, such as coughs and colds, urinary tract infections, minor wounds and rashes.
What don’t we treat on ZoomCare Free Nights?
We don’t diagnose or treat STDs. We don’t provide x-rays or prescribe narcotics. See below for partner clinics.
What about tests on ZoomCare Free Nights?
We can handle tests for urinary tract infection, strep throat, influenza, mononucleosis, sugar problems and pregnancy. We cannot test for STDs or do biopsies, nor do we handle x-rays to check for broken bones.
What kind of medications can I get on ZoomCare Free Nights?
We can dispense many common medications like antibiotics. If a medication is not available at our clinic, we’ll write a prescription to a local pharmacy and try to maintain a $4 prescription cost. Please note: we don’t prescribe narcotics.
What if I need follow-up treatment?
Make an appointment at ZoomCare ($105) by calling (503) 684-8252 or scheduling online at zoomcare.com
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