ZoomCare Free Nights

Part of ZoomCare's mission is making great healthcare more affordable, accessible, and complete. However, we know there's still a long way to go to reach that goal. Obstacles, such as cost and lack of insurance coverage, prevent many in our communities from getting the necessary care they deserve.

To help bridge the gap between cost and care, we started ZoomCare Free Nights. On the second Wednesday of every month, we offer cost-free clinic appointments from 6-9 p.m. in both Portland and Seattle.

When and where are ZoomCare Free Nights held?

We currently offer Free Nights once a month in Portland at our MLK & Davis location and in Seattle at our Bellevue & 4th location.

Who’s eligible for ZoomCare Free Nights?

We treat anyone from 0-120 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?

We'll see patients from 6-9 p.m. We schedule appointments at the clinic on a first come-first served basis beginning at 5:45 p.m. When a patient arrives at the clinic, they'll be registered for a 15-minute visit with a ZoomCare provider. The patient may leave the clinic and return at his or her 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?

We can treat for acute illnesses and injuries, such as coughs and colds, STIs, urinary tract infections, minor wounds and rashes. We also now offer Women's Health services at both locations. Our Women's Health Free Night providers offer pap smears, lab testing and treatment for vaginal infections, biopsies, IUD removal, Nexplanon removal, treatment for period complications, birth control counseling and prescription management, including birth control pill, Depo shot, and Plan B.

What don't we treat on ZoomCare Free Nights?

We don't provide x-rays or prescribe narcotics. Other third-party clinics and resources in our neighborhoods provide these services for free.

What about tests during ZoomCare Free Nights?

We can handle tests for STIs, urinary tract infection, vaginal infections, strep throat, influenza, mononucleosis, sugar problems and pregnancy—these tests will cost the patient $0 through our ZoomCare lab. If we’re unable to perform the test, we can send it to outside lab vendors, but there will be a cost to the patient. We can perform select biopsies, but we do not 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. Medications that are stocked in clinics are free during ZoomCare Free Nights. If a medication isn't 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?

Schedule an appointment for your preferred clinic at zoomcare.com. Pricing for non-Free Nights appointments is available on our Pricing page.

Free or low-cost healthcare options in the Portland area:

North by Northeast Community Health Center provides welcoming, high-quality health care to uninsured and OHP-covered adults.

Virginia Garcia Memorial Health Center offers a sliding scale for health care services at their Hillsboro Clinic.

Wallace treats patients regardless of their ability to pay for services, offering a sliding fee discount program, which provides a discount based on income and family size.

Central City Concern Old Town Clinic offers quality health care to everyone on a sliding fee scale.

Multnomah County Northeast Health Center provides primary and mental health care to the underserved, low-income and uninsured residents of Multnomah County.

OHSU Walk-In Clinic accepts Oregon Health Plan, Medicare, Medicaid Uninsured, Sliding scale fees available. No appointments needed.

Mercy & Wisdom Community Health Clinic accepts low income and uninsured patients. No medicaid or private insurance. Sliding scale fees.

La Clinica De Buena Salud - personal bilingüe que brinda atención primaria y de salud mental a residentes marginados, de bajos ingresos y sin seguro.