Arbor Free Clinic is an acute care clinic primarily serving patients who lack medical insurance. Arbor has physicians and Spanish speaking translators on staff to treat children, adults, and seniors.

We provide services on a first-come, first-served basis, although priority is given to patients with urgent medical complaints. The following services are offered free-of-charge at our Menlo Park VA location every Sunday:

  • Medical care for adults and children
  • Physical exams
  • Sexual health services including pap smears and tests for pregnancy and STDs
  • Medications
  • Lab tests
  • Education and counseling in a friendly and supportive environment

In addition to the walk-in services available every Sunday, we also offer the following ,appointment only, specialty services upon referral by an Arbor physician:

  • Dermatology (Skin) clinic
  • Ophthalmology (Eye) clinic
  • Musculoskeletal clinic
  • Allergy clinic


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Screen Team Edit

Arbor Screen Team is an off-site service of Arbor Free Clinic in conjunction with Pacific Free Clinic that provides free health screenings to disadvantaged and under-insured communities in the Bay area. Services provided include blood pressure, blood glucose, and cholesterol screenings.

In addition, Screen Team provides free diabetes, hypertension, and dietary consultations as well as referrals to local community clinics. Comprised of undergraduate and medical student volunteers, Screen Team provides approximately 9 health screenings a year, screening over 1500 people annually.

If you would like more information about screen team or would like to volunteer for an event please email

Volunteering @ Arbor Edit

Arbor Free Clinic is staffed entirely by students and clinical volunteers from the Stanford community. Undergraduate students have the opportunity to interact with patients and medical professionals in a variety of ways: staffing the front desk, shadowing medical students and physicians, reading to children (Literacy Project), and completing special projects. Preclinical medical students learn how to take a medical history and present to an attending clinician, as well as to practice clinical procedures such as taking vital signs. Clinical medical students develop skills such as peforming a physical exam. Our physician volunteers act as both clinicians and teachers. In addition, students may gain extensive experience in running a community clinic by serving on the Arbor Steering Committee or as clinic managers.

An important aspect of the Arbor volunteer experience is working closely with a diverse patient population that is otherwise medically underserved. There are many opportunities for developing special projects to better assess and address the needs of this community.

Interested in Volunteering? If you are a student, please email arborclinic AT stanford DOT edu.

General Information Edit

Hours of Operation Sundays, 10am-2pm

Location Menlo Park VA Facility 795 Willow Road Menlo Park, California 94025

Questions or comments? Please email arborclinic AT stanford DOT edu to reach one of the Clinic Managers.


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