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Main Clinic


UCC offers thorough medical examinations for physicals and illnesses.

We also offer the following types of physicals:

  • General health physicals

  • Driver's license physicals (no commercial drivers licenses)

  • Work physicals

  • Sports physicals (high school and above only).

  • Unfortunately, we cannot complete physicals for commercial drivers' licenses, worker's compensation, or disability applications.


Note that all children and youth under the age of 18 must have permission from a parent or guardian to be seen at UCC.  


UCC offers the following diagnostic services:

  • PPD placement for TB (tuberculosis) test. PPDs can be read at partner clinics and nearby health centers.

  • Hypertension (blood pressure) testing

  • Glucose (blood sugar) testing

  • Confidential HIV testing

  • Administration of flu shots. (Flu season: October - May).

  • We are also able to provide free home pregnancy test kits as needed.

  • Free lab testing for hypertension/high blood pressure patients.

  • Women between 45-64 years old can be referred for mammography exams through Penn.​


On a case-to-case basis, UCC can refer patients to our partners for low-cost: 

  • Mammography screening

  • Small surgery procedures


UCC social work volunteers help patients access vital community resources. The social work team provides referrals to physical health and mental health resources, housing and utility services, crisis intervention, and many other services as needed by patients.


UCC provides free counseling for community members looking to sign up for health insurance through the Affordable Care Act (“Obamacare”). Certified application counselors are on hand during all weekly UCC clinics to help people learn about their options for obtaining insurance and insurance subsidies under Obamacare. We can also help sign you up for other social benefits, such as food stamps. No appointment necessary to see a counselor — just come in any Monday night when clinic is open.​

Heart Health Bridge to Care (HHBC) Program
High Blood Pressure and Diabetes

Hypertension and Diabetes Care

At UCC, we provide continuous care to patients from the Southwest Philadelphia community living with hypertension and Type 2 Diabetes while helping them acquire medical insurance and permanent long-term care. At our clinic, student doctors work alongside supervising physicians to provide thorough, high-quality care with individualized courses of treatment. UCC offers patients medications to control their hypertension and diabetes in order for patients to live their full, healthy lives. Through the clinic, patients receive medications for their chronic conditions, as well as any other lab tests needed. Patients are also referred to other health services such as optometry, podiatry, and dentistry to prevent any complications arising from their chronic conditions. All of these services are offered at UCC free of charge for our patients!

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