The RotaCare Clinic of Mountain View exists to provide medical services to those with the most need and least access to care. The Clinic has been in operation since 1996. The clinic currently provides over 16,000 services to 2,600 patients annually. Immunization services provide over 10,000 services to nearly 3,500 community members annually.
Medical services are provided by a dedicated volunteer staff who donates their valuable time and expertise to treat the under-served in our community.
Who does RotaCare serve? Uninsured adults and children in the El Camino Hospital service area.
- Primary care
- Children's physicals
- Chronic disease care
- Immunizations for all ages
- Screening and testing
- Diabetic counseling
- Nutrition counseling
- Psychology counseling
- Pharmaceutical patient
assistance for medications
About the RotaCare Clinic
Over 330 dedicated community volunteers help keep the clinic running. Doctors, interpreters, medical assistants, nurses, nurse practitioners, physician's assistants, pharmacists and pharmacy technicians are just some of the talented professionals that make this clinic work. The clinic also provides educational opportunities to students and interns with community health and social service mentor-ships and training. If you are interested in volunteering at the clinic, please call 650-988-7948.
The RotaCare Free Clinic is a unique, collaborative effort sponsored by:
El Camino Hospital Auxiliary
El Camino Hospital District
El Camino Hospital and the El Camino Hospital Foundation
Los Altos Community Foundation
Palo Alto Medical Foundation
Rotary Clubs of Mountain View, Los Altos, Sunnyvale, Cupertino, and the Palo Alto University Club
Additional support is provided by:
100 Women Charitable Foundation
Dudley-Vehmeyer-Brown Memorial Foundation
Foothills Congregational Church
Hope to Health
Kaiser Permanente Santa Clara
Lockheed Martin Employees' Foundation
Mountain View Voice Holiday Fund
Sand Hill Foundation
Town Crier Holiday Fund
Wells Fargo Bank
RotaCare also partners with other local and community agencies to be able to provide the health care, social services and resources needed by our patients.
This program is funded by charitable donations. Your support will have a direct impact on the health of our community. If you are interested in making a donation, please contact the El Camino Hospital Foundation