Free clinics and community health centers in Fort Lauderdale

Below are the listings of free and low cost clinics in Fort Lauderdale. These clinics can help low-income and uninsured people by offering free and discounted rates for medical and/or dental care. We welcome user reviews and corrections of clinic listings, as we strive to provide our users with the best and most up-to-date information possible. Simply click on the clinic listing for more information

Fort Lauderdale Medical and Dental Clinics:

  • Bernard P. Alicki Health Center
    • Location: Fort Lauderdale, FL - 33311
    • Contact Phone: (954) 527-6041
    • Details: Established through a grant from the Federal Government, the Bernard P. Alicki Health Center has been operated and financially supported by Broward Health since 1993. The program offers a wide array of healthcare and related services to the homeless population at various locations throughout Broward County. Services are delivered by mobile and fixed healthcare teams consisting of physicians, nurse practitioners, registered and licensed practical nurses, and other professional personnel. Services include the mobile medical van, substance abuse and mental health treatment programs, assisted living facilities, and each of the Broward Health Primary Care Centers. Services are also provided at the Bernard P. Alicki Health Center Program Office (a.k.a. "The Little House"), which is located at 1101 W. Broward Boulevard in Fort Lauderdale, on the campus of the Broward Health Specialty Care Center.
  • Broward Health Medical Center
    • Location: Fort Lauderdale, FL - 33316
    • Contact Phone: (954) 355-4400
    • Details: A respected leader in healthcare since its founding in 1938, Broward Health Medical Center's mission has remained constant over the decades: to provide all the people of Broward County with the best possible medical care. Broward Health Medical Center (BHMC) continues to deliver on that promise through its commitment to physician excellence, technologic advancement and academic affiliation. Caring for our community goes far beyond the walls of the medical center.
  • Care Resource Community Health Centers, Inc. - Ft. Lauderdale
    • Location: Fort Lauderdale, FL - 33311
    • Contact Phone: (954) 567-7141
    • Details: Care Resource is a 501(c) (3) nonprofit organization and a Federally Qualified Health Center (FQHC). We have seven (7) facilities located in Midtown Miami, Little Havana-(Miami-Dade), Miami Beach, Coconut Grove and Fort Lauderdale. We provide comprehensive health and support services to address the full health care needs of our pediatric, adolescent and adult populations.
  • Cora E. Braynon Family Health Center
    • Location: Fort Lauderdale, FL - 33311
    • Contact Phone: (954) 759-6600
    • Details: The Cora E. Braynon Family Health Center, formerly known as Seventh Avenue Family Health Center, is a 50,000-square-foot, state-of-the-art $7.6 million primary care facility. Opened in 1998, this center has been successful in making primary healthcare more convenient for residents of northwest and central Fort Lauderdale. Decorated with panoramic wall art painted by Dillard High School performing arts students, equipped with the latest equipment, a spacious atrium, adult and pediatric waiting rooms, the Cora E. Braynon Family Health Center is designed to be pleasing and soothing. The Cora E. Braynon Family Health Center is truly part of the community it serves. Members of the immediate community served on a Planning Committee to provide input into designing available services and the staff also gives health talks at different locations in the community to explain services and how to access them. Under the direction of John Berges, M.D., an experienced staff of physicians, nurse practitioners, registered nurses and other professional and support personnel are available to provide quality service to all visitors. The Cora E. Braynon Family Health Center features a full service pharmacy, radiology, lab, and a community education classroom as well as exam rooms.
  • House Of Hope
    • Location: Fort Lauderdale, FL - 33312
    • Contact Phone: (954) 524-8989
    • Details: House of Hope is a nonprofit organization dedicated to the treatment and support of those with substance abuse and co-occurring mental health conditions. Since 1969, House of Hope/Stepping Stones has provided hope and healing to more than 500 men and women annually, in both a residential and outpatient setting.
  • Specialty Care Center
    • Location: Fort Lauderdale, FL - 33312
    • Contact Phone: (954) 463-7313
    • Details: The Specialty Care Center was purchased by Broward Health in 1987 from Nova Southeastern University. It differs from the other Broward Health primary care centers in that it offers an array of specialty services and serves a large proportion of insured as well as uninsured clients. The Specialty Care Center has a history of providing a range of medical services to the surrounding community, along with caring, compassionate and personalized care to its patients. And for your convenience, the Optometry Center at Nova Southeastern University is also located at the Specialty Care Center.
  • Stepping Stones
    • Location: Fort Lauderdale, FL - 33305
    • Contact Phone: (954) 524-8989
    • Details: House of Hope is a nonprofit organization dedicated to the treatment and support of those with substance abuse and co-occurring mental health conditions. Since 1969, House of Hope/Stepping Stones has provided hope and healing to more than 500 men and women annually, in both a residential and outpatient setting.
  • The Broward Partnership
    • Location: Fort Lauderdale, FL - 33311
    • Contact Phone: (954) 779-3990
    • Details: The Broward Partnership built and operates the Broward County Central Homeless Assistance Center on the Huizenga Campus. Completed and opened in 1999, the 57,000 square foot, 230-bed short term residential shelter was funded almost entirely with private donations. The Broward Partnership provides short-term housing and solution-focused services to individuals and families. The term "emergency" means that the average stay is 60 days. Since it's opening, the Partnership has assisted more than 23,400 individuals.