Lestonnac Free Clinic’s Commitment
The COVID-19 pandemic is having a significant impact on the health of our loved ones, global economy, and daily routines. As we all continue to navigate through these troubling times and unknown challenges, we want you to know that Lestonnac Free Clinic will carry on serving our mission in providing high quality healthcare for the uninsured and economically vulnerable residents in our community. Our mission, especially now, is only made possible through the support of our generous volunteers and donors.
Coming together as a Community
As a community, we need come together to help those who are most vulnerable during this crisis. Courage, kindness, generosity and adaptability will make a difference as we fight these current and future challenges. This is a time to share resources, collaborate, and take care of one another.
Amidst the growing supply shortages, Lestonnac Free Clinic is facilitating solutions to work together. Our free electronic referral tool (CRN: Community Referral Network) now has an option where agencies can request for personal protective equipment (PPE), facility supplies (such as paper towels, bleach, and cleaning supplies), volunteers, and anything else you may need to care for your clients. We are asking all our agencies to please share what supplies you can by picking up some of these referrals. Let’s help each other and empower our community together.
If you are a non-profit interested in referring through CRN, please fill out our form:
You can also email firstname.lastname@example.org or call/text: (714)313-1707
We are here to help our patients
At this time we are UNABLE to provide Covid-19 testing. Please DO NOT visit any of our locations if you think you have Covid-19 or any flu like symptoms. To find information about Covid-19 or a testing center near you please visit the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention website at: www.cdc.gov .
Taking care of our employees
Taking care of our volunteers
We depend on our volunteer doctors to care for our patients. During this time, we have shifted to telemedicine in order to minimize direct patient contact. We will continue to care for our patients and believe this method of patient care best fits the situation. Many of our patients have underlying medical conditions, which puts them at a higher risk for more serious complications from COVID-19. We are working to keep our patients healthy without jeopardizing our healthcare providers.
We have shifted our focus and resources to better prepare for the challenges that arise from the COVID-19 pandemic. Any monetary donations made would go towards helping us maintain our commitment to providing free high-quality healthcare for those uninsured and economically vulnerable residents in our community.
Any donation would be greatly appreciated. If you can please DONATE HERE.
If you are a Medical Provider who would like to volunteer your skills and time via telemedicine, please visit Get Involved (linked above)
Thank you for helping us keep our community safe and healthy.