Portland Community Free Clinic

All non-essential services and buildings will remain closed through May 18, 2020. However, limited services at India Street Public Health Center will be available. Check below for the latest updates. 

Patients of the Portland Community Free Clinic with urgent needs should go to an urgent care or emergency department. If you have questions, please visit the City of Portland's dedicated COVID-19 website https://www.portlandmaine.gov/2582/COVID-19-Information or contact Leslie Nicoll: lnicoll@portlandmaine.gov


 The Portland Community Free Clinic, located at 103 India Street, provides primary care to uninsured, low-income adults living in Cumberland County, Maine. All services at the PCFC are provided at no charge.

Care at the PCFC is provided by volunteer physicians, nurse practitioners, and nurses. Volunteers include primary care, internal medicine, and specialty services. We work with a network of providers in the community to obtain no-cost or low cost services for patients that require care beyond the scope of our services. In 2010, we served 558 patients in 1910 patient encounters.

Who Can Be a Patient

To be a patient at PCFC you must:
  • Be between the ages of 18 and 64
  • Have a low level of income
  • Have stable housing
  • Have no health insurance
  • Have no primary care provider
  • Live in Cumberland County

How To Become a Patient

Please note that the Free Clinic cannot accept walk-in patients. Visits are available to registered patients of the clinic, by appointment only.

Please call 207-874-8982 during these hours with questions, to register as a new patient, or to make an appointment.

Volunteering With Us

Please consider joining us as a volunteer! It’s fun, social, and extremely rewarding, as well as being a valuable service to our community and our patients.

We need: MDs, NPs, RNs, and receptionists.

Speak to Leslie for more information:
Leslie Nicoll, RN, Coordinator
Ph: 207-874-8982