WEATHER UPDATE: Birmingham will be closed due to the weather TOMORROW, January 19th for general medicine clinic!
If you have a medical emergency, dial 911 or go to your local emergency room.
Please also note – the clinic is CLOSED Monday, January 21st in observance of the Martin Luther King Jr. holiday.
Our next walk-in clinic is Wednesday, January 23rd, with registration at 1pm.
Welcome to Birmingham! We welcome all patients without health insurance. We provide primary and acute medical care, medication access, medical and social services, case management, and insurance navigation services to individuals with a focus on continuity, prevention, and education.
ALL SERVICES ARE AT NO COST TO ANY PATIENT.
Click through our site to learn more about how you can receive help, apply for Medicaid, and more!
Tenemos intérpretes españoles: lunes noche, el martes tarde, el miércoles por la tarde y el sábado mañana.
What do we do?
The Birmingham Free Clinic (BFC) was founded in 1994 through the Program for Health Care to Underserved Populations (PHCUP) with the goal of placing free, compassionate health care services within the Pittsburgh community to provide a safety net of care for homeless, uninsured and medically indigent individuals. También ofrecemos servicios de atención médica gratuitos para niños y adultos sin seguro.
All services are provided at no cost to any patient by a volunteer team of physicians, pharmacists, nurses, physical therapists, health professional students, AmeriCorps National Service Members, and other healthcare providers.
We offer quality medical, pharmaceutical, and specialty care services to uninsured and medically underserved individuals at the Birmingham Free Clinic, with support from our volunteers, the Salvation Army, generous donations, and the Division of Internal Medicine at UPMC.
The mission of the Program for Health Care to Underserved Populations is to facilitate, provide, and improve access to high-quality care for those in need, through community partnerships, volunteerism, service learning, and advocacy.
The Program for Health Care to Underserved Populations envisions a community where every individual has access to high-quality, compassionate health care.
Please note we do not prescribe schedule II drugs including: opiates (narcotics), benzodiazepines, or Adderall.