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Nuestra Clinica!

¡Estamos aquí para tí! SERVICIOS DE SALUD ACCESSIBLES, ECONOMICOS Y DE ALTA CALIDAD           Ofrecemos atención Primaria, Dental, Pediatrica, Geriatrica y Psiocología. Aceptamos Medi-Cal, sequro de responsabilidad civil, pago por cuenta propia. Pagos basados en una escala de cuotas de acuerdo a comprobante de ingresos que debe presentar al registrarse. HORARIO 8:30 a.m. — 5:00 p.m.…

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Clinic Opens

We’re here for you! HIGH QUALITY, ACCESSIBLE, AFFORDABLE HEALTHCARE           Offering Primary Care, Dental, Pediatrics, Geriatrics & Behavioral Healthcare. We accept Medi-Cal, third-party insurance, self pay and sliding scale fees with proof of income (required at registration). HOURS Monday, Wednesday, Friday: 8:30 a.m. — 5:00 p.m. Thursday: 8:30 a.m. — 1:00 p.m. CALL TODAY 510-347-4620 Walk-ins…

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City Support Helps Make Medical Care More Accessible

City Support Helps Make Medical Care More Accessible On behalf of the thousands of patients who will be treated in the Davis Street Primary Care Clinic, we are most grateful to Mayor Stephen Cassidy and the San Leandro City Council for their unanimous approval on Monday, June 23, of a working capital loan in support of our newly licensed Primary…

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UPDATE:  STAND UP FOR DAVIS STREET IS SOLD OUT!! Have you all heard the buzz about Stand Up for Davis Street on October 12, 2012?! This comedy extravaganza, hosted under the roof of a nostalgic 1946 theatre in San Leandro, is part of Davis Street Family Resource Center’s effort in delivering a morale boost to the community and crucially needed funds…

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Back To School

Some of us may have memories of walking down shopping aisles with our parents, selecting brand new school supplies—a fresh start to our success! Reports state that the average elementary and high school student will spend $70.00 – $89.00 on required school supplies this year. This is simply an overwhelming cost for Davis Street families, most whom are can’t afford…

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