United Community Clinic

The United Community Clinic (UCC) is a free treatment and assessment clinic for the East Parkside Community of West Philadelphia. UCC is organized and run through a collaborative effort of University of Pennsylvania Medical, Nursing, Dental and Social Work students and their Schools. The clinic provides a wide range of services as well as community events and outreach that draw directly from the expertise of the diverse body of students and their respective Schools that staff the clinic.

For more information please visit our website at http://unitedcommunityclinic.com/.

Contact us at: ucc.socialwork1@gmail.com

2018 Student Leadership

Clinic Coordinators
Rebecca Walker. MSW ‘ 20
Melissa Parker, MSW ’20

 

 

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