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Upcoming Clinics

Jan 20, 2018 + Cleveland

Homeless Stand Down
8:00 AM–1:00 PM
Cleveland Public Auditorium
500 Lakeside Ave
Cleveland, OH 44114

The Homeless Stand Down is a one-day event providing access to resources for individuals and families facing poverty and homelessness.

Medworks, in partnership with a number of other local organizations, will provide free medical services: medical exams, blood pressure checks, glucose and cholesterol screenings, flu shots, dental screenings, HIV shots, and more.

In addition, the Homeless Stand Down provides a host of social services, all free of charge.

No appointments are necessary.

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Our Services

Vision

Medworks vision care service provides people with eye exams and eyeglasses. Volunteer eye specialists perform thorough eye exams including glaucoma screenings in an effort to determine if there are eye conditions or diseases that need further attention. Free eyeglasses are made for patients and are available for pickup approximately 4 weeks after the clinic .

Dental

Dedicated dentists and hygienists perform oral screenings, extractions and restorative care.

Medical

Medical services include exams by medical practitioners, including screening exams, diabetes management, mammograms, pap smears, medication assistance, health education and more.

Our Patients

Lynnita Carter

Lynnita’s husband lost his salaried with benefits job in 2008 and she found herself without insurance. Thanks to Medworks Clinics, she was able to receive the care she needed. “ I received outstanding care from Medwork...

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Diann Simms

Diann Simms attended a Medworks vision clinic for an eye exam and an updated pair of glasses. A retiree without vision insurance, she had not seen an eye doctor in years and heard about Medworks from a member of her church cong...

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Rob Corbett

Rob Corbett had always been healthy but after experiencing some unusual pain he went to a Medworks Clinic. That’s when he learned that his pain was actually Stage 3 cancer. According to Rob, “It was a life-changing experien...

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