We are happy to announce that PNC will be open every Monday AND Thursday starting January 4th! Clinic hours will remain the same as before: 6-8 PM and check in will begin at 5:30 PM. Thank you everyone for you patience and understanding as we reopen safely for our patients and volunteers.
Here is a list of resources:
- Community- University Health Care Center (CUHCC): provides primary care services to children and low income families- (612) 301- 3433
- Mental health access – Suicide hotline 1-800-273-8255
- Addiction care – Wayside Recovery Center, 2356 University Avenue W, St. Paul, MN 55114. Call: 651-242-5540
- Women’s Health – Planned Parenthood – 1-800-230-PLAN
- Domestic Abuse – Home Free Community Program – 763-559-4945
- COVID-19 Hotline (MDH) Health Questions: 651-201-3920 or 1-800-657-3903
- COVID-19 Hotline (MDH) School and Child Care Questions: 651-297-1304 or 1-800-657-3504
- Minneapolis Food Shelves found: here
Attention Visitors and Volunteers: Please do not park in front of the apartment complex across the street from the church. This is a no parking zone and parking there may result in fines or being towed. Phillips Neighborhood Clinic is not responsible for any fines incurred as a result of inappropriate parking.
The Phillips Neighborhood Clinic (PNC) is a free clinic operated by University of Minnesota health professional students. All students are supervised by licensed clinicians.
No appointments or insurance necessary!
Spanish interpreters are available at all times.
* Please enter from the side door on the East side of the building (along 15th Ave S)
MOVE ‘N’ EAT Program
Join our volunteers for free cooking and exercise classes throughout the year! Every First and Third Wednesday from 5:15-7pm! Every Night will start with 45 minutes of physical activity followed by a dinner. All ages and abilities are welcome! Classes will alternate between Yoga and Zumba.
Every First and Third Wednesday of the Month!
To stay updated, follow the MOVE’N’EAT Facebook page.
Free Legal Clinics
Law students from the University of Minnesota Law School will be conducting free legal clinics in the upstairs auditorium on certain nights from 6-9pm.
Did you know that the Phillips Neighborhood Clinic also offers various Speciality Clinic Nights throughout the year? Descriptions and upcoming dates are listed below!
Foot Care Nights:
At Foot Care night, we are looking to help patients with diabetes who may be suffering from foot-related issues such as ulcers and necrosis (joint pain or blackened skin). We are happy to treat all patients with foot-related issues, so you do not have to have diabetes to participate in foot care night.
We will be offering mammograms, pelvic exams/cervical cancer screening, screenings for sexually transmitted diseases, birth control, and education about women’s health.
At Dermatology night, we will have doctors specializing in skin-care related health issues helping patients who may be suffering from a skin condition such as acne, rashes, eczema, cold sores, warts, birthmarks, skin infections, psoriasis and any other issues or concerns related to the skin.
At Dental Night, we will have the dental students and a dentist provide free children’s dental varnishes, fee oral hygiene supplies, and free dental screening.
At Pediatric Night, we will offer sports and school physicals, care for minor illnesses, dental exams and fluoride, kid-friendly nutrition education, and connection to social services and ESL classes for children.
At Ophthalmology night, we will be having an ophthalmologist (eye doctor) come in to provide free eye exams. Custom lenses and frames will be ordered for patients at no cost. The glasses will be picked up at a later date once they have been received.
At Audiology Night, we will have audiology students as well as a licensed audiologist available to provide hearing testing, management of hearing loss, and education about hearing protection.