The Family Clinic offers the following specialty clinics to treat your whole family:
C.A.R.E., which stands for Comprehensive AIDS Resource Education, offers a comprehensive continuum of non-emergency medical, dental and social services for people living with HIV/AIDS and supportive counseling for their families and significant others. CARE's goal is to assist and empower HIV-infected individuals to identify and access the social and healthcare resources to meet their needs and achieve optimal health for themselves and the community.
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Let your voice be heard! St. Mary Medical Center and the LGBTQ Center of Long Beach are conducting a needs assessment of the LGBTQ community related to healthcare and social services. We invite anyone who identifies as lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans, queer or questioning, and lives, works, or uses services in the greater Long Beach area, to complete a brief online survey at UCLAqualtrics.
Call (562) 624-4999 or Contact Us for more information about C.A.R.E.
Mary Hilton Maternal Child
Having a place to go when you find out you’re pregnant can help to ease any anxieties. The Mary Hilton Maternal Child Medical Clinic is such a place for expectant mothers and their families, providing help with education, prenatal care classes and advice on high-risk pregnancies and more. .
For additional information about our maternal child clinic, click on the above link or call us at (562) 491-9047.
The St. Mary Medical Center Mobile Clinic rolls through your neighborhood to provide free health evaluations, health screenings, health education and referrals.
Find out when they'll be coming through your area by calling (562) 491-4818.
At St. Mary Medical Center, we're here to care for you from birth through your golden years. That's why we offer a special clinic for medical care for all adults ages 55 and over. Our clinical team provides both geriatric and internal medicine services, with an emphasis on preventative care and treatment. The team also provides education on healthy lifestyle choices for seniors.
Screenings and lectures are every Wednesday from 9:30 to 11:30 a.m. Come see us at 432 E. 10th Street. Click on the above link for more information.
The world has become much smaller today and international travel for business and pleasure is commonplace. The Clinic's highly-trained staff is knowledgeable about the different vaccinations required for international travel, ensuring you'll only receive the vaccinations needed for the region you're traveling to, minimizing the number of shots needed.
Call (562) 491-9045 for more information on our travel clinic.