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Phoenix Allies for Community Health

The PACH Clinic is more than just a free version of America’s broken health care structure


Phoenix Allies for Community Health (PACH) is a nonprofit dedicated to improving health outcomes in marginalized low income communities of working poor who have no access to primary care. PACH is an volunteer-run free primary care clinic in Phoenix, catering to the uninsured and underserved. PACH relies on donations from community members and volunteers as well as some grant funding to sustain the clinic.


Mission

The Mission of PACH is to provide volunteer-led patient centered health services to medically marginalized people with respect and cultural humility.


Vision

We recognize the rights of all people to have accessible and equitable health services through an integrative, sustainable model. By challenging the dominant culture of healthcare, we seek to promote cultural humility and inspire health justice advocacy.



Organizational Reports & Highlights

2023 Impact Report:

990 Reports:


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2024



Health Undocumented (Salud Sin Papeles)

PACH Documentary Trailer

Services we offer

Primary Care Visits

The PACH Clinic is a medical home for our patients. In addition to annual well visits our providers provide ongoing treatment for chronic diseases, such as high blood pressure, diabetes, thyroid dysfunction and high cholesterol.

Pharmacy

The PACH Pharmacy ensures established patients have access to a variety of free medications that assist in treating chronic medical conditions. Medications are generously donated by Direct Relief.

Lab

The PACH lab ensures that established patients have access to medically necessary lab services as recommended by our volunteer physicians. Lab draws are sent to LabCorp for processing. Processing fees are paid by the PACH Clinic.

Food Pantry

The PACH Food Pantry ensures established patients and local community members have access to food. Our Pantry food is generously donated by St. Mary’s Food Bank and Kitchen on the Street.


PACH Exists for the simple humanitarian purpose of helping provide free health care to people who are unable to afford healthcare services because we believe that Health Care is a Human Right

yOUR DONATION IS TAX DEDUCTIBLE!



  • Food for patients and volunteer recognition events
  • Gift cards for patients


For information on other ways to donate please contact our Board President Alexandra Oropeza at alexandra@azpach.org

oTHER WAYS TO GIVE:

Join us in making a difference by becoming a volunteer

PACH Lab

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Medical Providers

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PACH Food Pantry

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PACH Pharmacy

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Medical Interpreter

Language

Medical Scribes

Bilingual Case Manager

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Bilingual Mental Health Therapist

counseling

Grant writing

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PACH Board Members

Alexandra oropeza

president

Nargish

patwoary

vice president

Loris

chavez

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Lisbeth arescurenega

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michael

zepeda

treasurer

Nayeli

Duncan

at large board member

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Contact Us

Clinic Location

2902 W. Clarendon Ave.

Phoenix, Arizona 85017


Thursday: 9am – 2pm

Friday: 9am – 2pm

Saturday: 9am-2pm

Clinic Hours

Clinic Phone number

Telephone: 623-455-6470


Phoenix Allies for Community Health is a federally recognized 501 (c) EIN:46-0650798