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Your support means so much to us at Clackamas Free Clinic. Join us this year at our annual luncheon as we pave the way towards a stronger and healthier future for our patients at our major fundraising event of the year.

Your support enables us to provide vital free healthcare to those in need, shaping a brighter tomorrow for our community’s wellness and empowerment.


It is our mission at Clackamas Volunteers in Medicine to serve the health needs of uninsured, low-income people in Clackamas County by providing free and inclusive medical care through dedicated medical and community volunteers.


Your gift ensures that those in our community without access to health insurance are provided free care.

Get in Touch

Call: 503-722-4400

Fax: 503-722-4114

Email: info@clackamasvim.org

Clinic Hours

Monday – Wednesday  10am-5pm

Thursdays  10am-9pm

Walk in Hours: Monday, Tuesday, Wednesdays  10am – 12pm

Eye Care

Tuesdays 10am – 5pm



Join our team and become a valuable part of CFC.

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Basic health screenings, including lab work, medical supplies, and referrals when needed.
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Preventive care increases an individuals capacity to work and improve their quality of life.
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Helping patients see better to function in their daily life. Our new Vision Clinic is now OPEN!

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physical therapy

Maximizing what a patient can do and assisting in the prevention and rehabilitation.

Join us by Appointment - (503) 722-4400

We will have free eye exams and glasses for low-income
adults 18 years and older who are experiencing barriers to
vision care. Waiting is to be expected so please bring a
good book and a snack. There will be Spanish Interpreters
available. Call (503) 722-4400 to get on the list.

Patient Spotlight


46-year-old Manuel says he owes his life to the Clackamas Free Clinic. The husband/father of four has had on-and-off access to health insurance over the years.

I would be dead if it weren’t for the clinic. I didn’t pay attention to my health before, but I have learned a lot here. I quit smoking, I drink more water, and I take things more seriously.”

In 2018, Manuel came back to the clinic after developing a troublesome twitch on the right side of his face that led to radiating pain through his head, arm and shoulders. He had been suffering for more than two years, struggling with sleep and daily life, thinking there was a no cure that could help him. Fortunately, one of our thoughtful provider volunteers took a closer look at Manuel and was able to diagnose him with a Hemifacial spasm and refer him to a neurologist through Project Access Now. Three weeks later, Manuel underwent an eight-hour surgery that not only changed his life and eliminated his pain, but it didn’t cost him anything. Manuel still comes in periodically today for medication management and primary care. He says everyone at the clinic is always friendly, and he always feels at home.

“I love this place. It is a big help to the community. I know I am always welcome to come back if I need to”


Total Patients Served

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Tele-Medicine Appointments

Volunteer Hours Last Year Through February 2024…

Thank You Volunteers!!!


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Stay up-to-date with the clinic’s featured stories, events, and other news

Bilingual Clinic Assistant Job Opportunity

CFC has an immediate need for a Bilinual Clinic Assistant. The Bilingual Clinic Assistant provides essential support to the mission of Clackamas Free Clinic, acting as the first point of contact for patients who visit and call the organization. The Clinic Assistant provides bilingual front desk and phone coverage during clinic operating hours, helping to schedule patient appointments, check patients in at the clinic, manage inquiries, and maintain a welcoming and trauma-informed atmosphere

Mark your Calendar!

It’s time to mark you calendars for our annual luncheon at the Willamette Country Club in Canby. The luncheon is our major fundraiser for the year so we can continue our important mission! Your ticket includes a fun silent auction, wine pull, raffle and short presentation.

We can’t thank you enough for your support each year and hope to see you April 26th!


We are happy to announce that the Clackamas Free Clinic with Judy Schaffer will be offering a bi-monthly Free Foot Clinic. It’s focus will be on foot care and health. The services offered will be ingrown toenails, nail trimming, callus smoothing and removal and diabetic foot exams.

The first clinic will be Thursday, April 18th at CFC. Appointments will be necessary.

Welcome Dr. Rower

Dr. Rower has been practicing medicine for over 20 years. Originally from Ohio, he performed his internal medicine training at Barnes-Jewish Hospital/Washington University in St. Louis. He then practiced medicine in St. Louis for 6 years at Barnes-Jewish Hospital, also acting as a
clinical instructor, teaching medical students and residents, for Washington University in St. Louis before moving to Oregon. He was in private practice until 2019 and has been volunteering with CFC since then.
He is also currently an Associate Chief Medical Officer with Cigna/Evernorth and has been with the company for over 20 years, previously serving as Senior Medical Director for Express Scripts.

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There are so many ways to give. Make a gift in a way that is meaningful for you.

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Your monthly donation allows us to take a planned, long term approach. As a monthly supporter of CVIM, you are making a long lasting impact to the individuals in Clackamas County we serve.

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Honor a lost loved one, recognize someone special or commemorate a milestone by making a special gift in their name that will help Clackamas Volunteers in Medicine in their mission of providing healthcare.

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You are welcome here

The minute you walk into the Clackamas Free Clinic, we want you to know that have entered a safe and welcoming environment. Our services are offered in Spanish and English. If you need an interpreter we will try our best to provide one for you.

Contact Us

Get In Touch

(503) 722-4400


19600 Molalla Ave. Inside Clairmont Hall, Clackamas Community College, OC Campus Oregon City, OR 97045

Clackamas Volunteers in Medicine (CVIM) is a 501 (C)(3) non profit organization, EIN 37-1621141

Candid Gold Seal

We are proud to announce that we earned our 2023 Gold Seal from CandidDotOrg! Candid is a trusted organization that works in verifying non-profit oranizations’ effots and guarantee your donations are going towards the cause. The Gold Seal recognizes CVIM’s commitment to transparency.

Our Valuable Supporters

We are proud to be a members of NAFC, the National Association of Free and Charitable Clinics, the Oregon City Chamber of Commerce and the Hispanic Metropolitan Chamber.