Rhode Island Free Clinic’s Major Partnerships

Community Partners

We depend on resources within the local community to help maintain our free medical home. Our partners include statewide corporations and foundations, as well as healthcare, academic, and community service organizations to provide consistent expert medical care, free prescriptions, and meaningful hands-on training to emerging medical professionals as they gain experience for certification.

  • Adler Pollock & Sheehan
  • Adult Health Associates
  • Allergy & Asthma Center
  • American Renal Associates
  • AmeriCorps VISTA
  • Amica Insurance
  • Amos House
  • Anchor Medical Associates
  • Art Connection Providence
  • Bank of America
  • BankRI
  • Bard/Davol
  • Bayside Endoscopy Center
  • Blue Cross & Blue Shield of Rhode Island
  • Capital Good Fund
  • CVS Pharmacy/CVS Minute Clinic
  • Care New England (Including Women and Infants Hospital)
  • The Carter Family Charitable Trust
  • Champlin Foundation
  • CharterCare Health
  • Citizens Bank
  • City of Providence Healthy Communities Office
  • The Claflin Company
  • Davis & Associates
  • Delta Dental
  • Dexter Fund
  • Donoghue, Barrett & Singal, PC
  • Dorcas International Institute of Rhode Island
  • Emma G. Harris Foundation
  • Episcopal Charities Fund of Rhode Island
  • Epoch Sleep Centers & Neuro Diagnostic Services
  • Frank B. Hazard Fund
  • Fred M. Roddy Foundation
  • Gratis Foundation
  • Haffenreffer Family Fund
  • Hallworth House
  • Hazard Family Foundation
  • Health Concepts
  • Healthcentric Advisors
  • HealthSource RI
  • Home & Hospice Care of Rhode Island
  • Ida Ballou Littlefield Memorial Trust John Clarke Trust
  • June Rockwell Levy Foundation
  • King’s Cathedral
  • Lifespan Pharmacy (Dispensary of Hope)
  • Lifespan (Including Rhode Island Hospital and The Miriam Hospital)
  • Neighborhood Health Plan of Rhode Island
  • New England Patriots Foundation
  • Ocean State Charities Trust
  • Ocean State Job Lot
  • Pannone, Lopes, Devereaux & West, LLC
  • The Partnership Foundation
  • Pentair
  • Price Foundation
  • Providence Journal Charitable Legacy Fund
  • R&R Eyewear Imports
  • Rhode Island Ear, Nose & Throat Physicians, Inc.
  • Rhode Island Foundation
  • Rhode Island Medical Society
  • Rhode Island Primary Care Physicians Corp.
  • Rhode Island State Council of Churches
  • Rhode Island State Employees Charitable Appeal
  • Roger Williams Medical Center
  • Salve Regina University
  • Santander Bank Foundation
  • Serve Rhode Island
  • Sharpe Family Foundation
  • Sheeley & Partners Wealth Management, LLC
  • Sheldon Street Church
  • Stand Corporation
  • TACO/White Family Foundation
  • Tri-Town Health Center
  • United Way of Rhode Island
  • University Emergency Medicine Foundation
  • The Washington Trust Company

Educational Partners

The Rhode Island Free Clinic is proud to collaborate with leading statewide colleges, universities, and technical training programs to deliver exceptional, groundbreaking care while also providing meaningful mentorship and medical training opportunities for emerging healthcare professionals. By fostering a coordinated, ‘continuum of care’ culture, we can best serve our patients’ needs at every step while also cultivating real-world experience and compassion for tomorrow’s public health leaders.

  • Warren Alpert Medical School of Brown University
  • Brown University School of Public Health
  • Coastal Career Academy
  • Community College of Rhode Island
  • Johnson & Wales University
  • New England Institute of Technology
  • Rhode Island College
  • Ridley Lowell Business & Technical Institute
  • SER Jobs for Progress
  • URI Department of Nutrition & Food Sciences
  • URI Department of Physical Therapy
  • URI Department of Psychology
  • URI School of Nursing

Hospitality Partners

We are grateful for the love and support of local restaurants and individuals who contribute to the mission of the Rhode Island Free Clinic through their own talents and tastes. From local bakeries and pizzaries to coffee roasters, the best places to eat in Providence, RI regularly supply our volunteers with the care and sustenance needed to make a difference in the lives of others.

  • New Harvest Coffee

Please, Rhode Island’s uninsured need YOU.

There are currently over 45,000 Rhode Islanders without health insurance. Your donation will help provide our most disadvantaged neighbors with access to the healthcare they need.

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