Clinics in Alameda County
In Alameda County there are a variety of county and community clinics that serve county residents. This listing is intended to provide resources for persons who may not have health plans or access to a primary physician.
Please use the contact information to verify clinic fees, services and hours.
Public and private clinics offering abortion and family planning
The Alameda County Social Services Agency Adoption Program explains the difference between open and private adoptions, and provides free services to birth parents (pregnant women and the father of the baby).
Free and low-cost health care, including County and community clinics.
Vaccines for children and adults, Tuberculosis skin tests, Hepatitis, travel shots, and more.
Clinics on this list will be distributing Flu Vaccine only. Depending on age and pregnancy status, different people require different flu vaccine types. Some clinics have vaccines for some population and not others.
The Comprehensive Perinatal Services Program (CPSP) provides comprehensive medical, nutritional, psychosocial and health education services to Medi-Cal eligible women throughout the entire pregnancy and for two months past the month she delivers.
Bay Area listing of county, city, community and private clinics that provide testing and treatment for sexually transmitted diseases
Resources primarily for pregnant women and parents with children