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Upcoming Clinics

Clinic Location Dates
Coachella Clinic Empire Polo Grounds March 3-5, 2023
Amador Clinic Amador County Fairgrounds March 24-25, 2023
Placer Stand Down @theGrounds (Placer County Fairgrounds) May 9-10, 2023
Santa Clara Clinic Santa Clara Fairgrounds October 5-7, 2023

2023 Coachella Clinic 

The 2023 Coachella Clinic will be held on March 3-5, 2023, at the Empire Polo Grounds: 81800 Avenue 51 Indio, CA 92201. All services are free and open to the public and offered on a first come first service basis on the day of services as capacity allows. The clinic will open at 7:00 am, March 3-5, 2023. No ID is required. Services are provided at the discretion of the healthcare provider. Patients will be required to wear a face covering and must undergo COVID-19 screening before entering the clinic.

The Empire Polo Grounds will open at 5:00 am to allow access for parking.

Patient FAQs

Volunteer information

All volunteers must create a volunteer profile in our system before signing up to volunteer for a clinic; this can be done at any time. Clinic volunteer registration for the 2023 Coachella Clinic will open the week of January 9th, 2023.

COVID-19 CLINIC PROCEDURES 

California CareForce takes seriously our responsibility to our volunteers, staff, and patients to put into place safety procedures for our clinic services. These changes may impact an individual’s ability to receive care. While our clinic flow and requirements may look different during this time, we assure you we will continue to provide quality healthcare to as many people as possible, while also practicing new and necessary safety procedures. 

If you have symptoms of any respiratory infection (e.g., cough, runny nose, fever), you must not attend a California CareForce clinic.

Safety procedures will include:

All patients will undergo COVID-19 screening (questionnaire and temperature check) upon entering the clinic. Patients with flu-like symptoms will not enter the clinic and will be referred within the county for follow-up care

All persons entering the clinic are required to always wear a California CareForce-specified face covering (N95) except while receiving dental treatment and/or medical examination (California CareForce will provide N95 masks for all patients receiving services).

Other safety procedures like social distancing, distancing between services, and outside patient waiting will also be set in place.

2023 Amador Clinic

The 2023 Amador Clinic will be held on March 24-25, 2023, at the Amador County Fairgrounds: 18621 Sherwood Street Plymouth, CA 95669. All services are free and open to the public and offered on a first come first service basis on the day of services as capacity allows. The clinic will open at 7:00 am, March 24-25, 2023. No ID is required. Services are provided at the discretion of the healthcare provider. Patients will be required to wear a face covering and must undergo COVID-19 screening before entering the clinic.

The Amador County Fairgrounds will open at 5:00 am to allow access for parking.

Patient FAQs

Volunteer information

All volunteers must create a volunteer profile in our system before signing up to volunteer for a clinic; this can be done at any time. Clinic volunteer registration will open the week of February 6th, 2023.

COVID-19 CLINIC PROCEDURES 

California CareForce takes seriously our responsibility to our volunteers, staff, and patients to put into place safety procedures for our clinic services. These changes may impact an individual’s ability to receive care. While our clinic flow and requirements may look different during this time, we assure you we will continue to provide quality healthcare to as many people as possible, while also practicing new and necessary safety procedures. 

If you have symptoms of any respiratory infection (e.g., cough, runny nose, fever), you must not attend a California CareForce clinic.

Safety procedures will include:

All patients will undergo COVID-19 screening (questionnaire and temperature check) upon entering the clinic. Patients with flu-like symptoms will not enter the clinic and will be referred within the county for follow-up care

All persons entering the clinic are required to always wear a California CareForce-specified face covering (N95) except while receiving dental treatment and/or medical examination (California CareForce will provide N95 masks for all patients receiving services).

Other safety procedures like social distancing, distancing between services, and outside patient waiting will also be set in place.

2023 Placer Stand Down

The 2023 Placer Veterans Stand Down will be held on May 9-10, 2023, at @the Grounds (formerly Placer County Fairgrounds): 700 Event Center Drive, Roseville, CA 95678. All services are free and open to veterans and their families on a first come first service basis on the day of services as capacity allows. The clinic will open at 7:00 am, May 9-10, 2023. Services are provided at the discretion of the healthcare provider. Patients will be required to wear a face covering and must undergo a COVID-19 screening before entering the clinic.

Veteran ID is required. For more information about the Placer Veterans Stand Down event, please visit their website: Placer Veterans Stand Down – Serving Homeless Veterans and their Families

Patient FAQs

Volunteer information

All volunteers must create a volunteer profile in our system before signing up to volunteer for a clinic; this can be done at any time. Clinic volunteer registration will open the week of March 20th, 2023.

COVID-19 CLINIC PROCEDURES 

California CareForce takes seriously our responsibility to our volunteers, staff, and patients to put into place safety procedures for our clinic services. These changes may impact an individual’s ability to receive care. While our clinic flow and requirements may look different during this time, we assure you we will continue to provide quality healthcare to as many people as possible, while also practicing new and necessary safety procedures. 

If you have symptoms of any respiratory infection (e.g., cough, runny nose, fever), you must not attend a California CareForce clinic.

Safety procedures will include:

All patients will undergo COVID-19 screening (questionnaire and temperature check) upon entering the clinic. Patients with flu-like symptoms will not enter the clinic and will be referred within the county for follow-up care

All persons entering the clinic are required to always wear a California CareForce-specified face covering (N95) except while receiving dental treatment and/or medical examination (California CareForce will provide N95 masks for all patients receiving services).

Other safety procedures like social distancing, distancing between services, and outside patient waiting will also be set in place.

2023 Santa Clara Clinic

The 2023 Santa Clara Clinic will be held on October 5-7, 2023, at the Santa Clara Fairgrounds: 344 Tully Road, San Jose, CA 95111. All services are free and open to the public and offered on a first come first service basis on the day of services as capacity allows. The clinic will open at 7:00 am, October 5-7, 2023. No ID is required. Services are provided at the discretion of the healthcare provider. Patients will be required to wear a face covering and must undergo a COVID-19 screening before entering the clinic.

The Santa Clara Fairgrounds will open at 5:00 am to allow access for parking.

Patient FAQs

Volunteer information

All volunteers must create a volunteer profile in our system before signing up to volunteer for a clinic; this can be done at any time. Clinic volunteer registration will open the week of August 14th, 2023.

COVID-19 CLINIC PROCEDURES 

California CareForce takes seriously our responsibility to our volunteers, staff, and patients to put into place safety procedures for our clinic services. These changes may impact an individual’s ability to receive care. While our clinic flow and requirements may look different during this time, we assure you we will continue to provide quality healthcare to as many people as possible, while also practicing new and necessary safety procedures. 

If you have symptoms of any respiratory infection (e.g., cough, runny nose, fever), you must not attend a California CareForce clinic.

Safety procedures will include:

All patients will undergo COVID-19 screening (questionnaire and temperature check) upon entering the clinic. Patients with flu-like symptoms will not enter the clinic and will be referred within the county for follow-up care

All persons entering the clinic are required to always wear a California CareForce-specified face covering (N95) except while receiving dental treatment and/or medical examination (California CareForce will provide N95 masks for all patients receiving services).

Other safety procedures like social distancing, distancing between services, and outside patient waiting will also be set in place.