Bradley Free Clinic provides free medical, dental and pharmacy services to the Valley's working poor. Among the services available are primary care, chronic care, lab work, x-rays, cancer screening, limited outpatient minor surgery, counseling, eye exams, patient education, and free referrals.
The clinic is staffed by volunteer professionals. Each patient's financial history is reviewed to determine their eligibility to receive services. Each patient is given individual consideration. Free clinic patients have income at or below 200% of the federal poverty level.
Typically, the Clinic provides health care for (a) working people who are uninsured or underinsured, people, (b) people who are attempting to become self-sufficient while getting off welfare; (c) people residing at the Rescue Mission, Salvation Army, Hegira House, Turning Point or other shelters; and (d) college students without family support.