Health Clinic at Curry Senior Center

Seniors in our community deserve access to health care, and our primary health care clinic makes it possible.

At the center of Curry is its primary health care clinic. Through a partnership with the San Francisco Department of Public Health, physicians and nurse practitioners provide care to patients by appointment from Monday through Friday (9 am to 5 pm).

For those seniors who cannot leave home – perhaps due to chronic illness or recovery from surgery – Curry’s medical staff makes house calls to seniors in need.

We accept insurance, Medicare, Medi-Cal and Healthy San Francisco. No patient is turned away for lack of funds. Our staff also refers patients to specialists, as needed, and coordinates admissions to and discharges from San Francisco General Hospital, Saint Francis Memorial and other San Francisco area hospitals.

We also provide our seniors with convenient access to the following services:

  • Podiatry clinic, where a podiatrist assesses common foot problems in seniors
  • Pharmacist, who fills prescriptions and provides ongoing medication monitoring
  • Mobile mammogram and diabetic eye exam clinic once a month.
  • Mobile mammogram Pharmacist, who fills prescriptions and provides ongoing medication monitoring

“Thank you so very much for helping Bruce find some peace and stability in the last year of his life.”

—A participant in our behavioral health program

This program serving the community is funded by the City of San Francisco’s Department of Disability and Aging Services.
In addition, foundation grants and generous gifts from local companies and individuals help fund this program.