If you are unable to schedule an appointment at the Lighthouse Free Medical Clinic and are in need of medical care, please contact one of the following free or low-cost clinics in the Buffalo area:
206 S. Elmwood Ave., Buffalo, NY 14201
The Evergreen Health clinic provides walk-in services. The cost of services varies, but the Financial Counseling Center can provide cost assistance. This facility does not offer work physicals or PPDs.
Monday - Friday 8am-5pm
primary care, STI testing, syringe exchange, counseling, LGBTQ healthcare
175 Jefferson Ave., Buffalo, NY 14210
The Good Neighbors Health Care clinic provides walk-in services, but patients must call prior to arrival. The cost of the visit is $20, but patients will not be denied care if unable to pay. This facility does not offer work physicals or PPDs.
Hours and Services:
Wednesday 8:30am-11am - primary care, counseling
Thursday by appointment - dental surgery
1900 Ridge Rd., West Seneca, NY 14224
2075 Sheridan Dr., Kenmore, NY 14223
The Health Works clinic provides by walk-in and by appointment services. Contact Health Works for information regarding cost of services.
Monday - Friday 8am-4pm
Saturday 8am-12pm (only West Seneca)
Services: occupational healthcare (including PPDs)
155 Lawn Ave., Buffalo, NY 14207
The Neighborhood Health Center provides by appointments services, but patients must establish primary care at the Neighborhood Health Center to be evaluated. A fee schedule will be provided upon request.
Monday and Wednesday 8am-8pm
Tuesday, Thursday and Friday 8am-4:30pm
primary care, OB/GYN, dental screenings, STI testing
2697 Main St., Buffalo, NY 14214
The Planned Parenthood clinic provides by appointment services. A fee schedule will be provided upon request.
Monday, Tuesday and Thursday 9am-5pm
OB/GYN, STI testing, LGBTQ healthcare
If you are in need of additional support services (nutrition, mental health, legal, child care, etc.), please click the following link to view a COVID-19 Resource List for the Buffalo Region:
If you are need of legal assistance, please click on the following link for the Center for Elder Law and Justice Free Legal Helpline, which is offering expanded services to help Western New Yorkers of all ages who are struggling with legal questions during the COVID-19 pandemic. Individuals who are caring for sick family members, dealing with personal illness, recently unemployed, or have other questions can call and speak directly with an attorney for brief counsel. Leave a voicemail or send an email with your name and phone number, and a licensed attorney will respond within one business day: