Healthcare Resources

Finding a Doctor

To locate a doctor

Medical and dental care for uninsured low income adults

The Internet Chamber of Commerce lists doctors in California and throughout the US.

For patients with visual limitations

Free Local Clinics and Community Health Care Centers

American Cancer Society

207 East Alpine AveStockton, CA 95204 Phone: 209.941.2737 Monday – Saturday 10:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m. Sunday 12 noon – 5.00 p.m. Provides support to cancer patients and their families

Channel Medical Center

Location: Stockton, CA - 95202-2628 
Contact Phone: 209-944-4700
Services: Infant and Childhood physicals, Immunizations, Treatment of Illnesses, Family Planning Services, OB-GYN, Prenatal Care, Preventive Medicine, Sliding Fee Scale for Low-Income Families 
Remarks: Migrant Health Center, Community Health, Health Care for the Homeless, Urban Area, Permanent Clinic, Year-Round, Full-Time (open 74 hours per week)

Channel Medical Center

701 E. Channel Street Stockton, CA 95202 Phone: 209.944.4700 Monday – Thursday 9:00 a.m. – 8:00 p.m.Friday 9:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m. Primary care clinic that offers clinical breast exams and referrals for mammograms. Services are free for those who qualify. Fee for service. Sliding fee scale available. Private insurance, Medicare and Medi-Cal are accepted.

Community Medical Center - Hammer Lane 

Location: Stockton, CA - 95210-4124 
Contact Phone: 209-751-5200
Services: Infant and Childhood physicals, Immunizations, Treatment of Illnesses, Family Planning Services, OB-GYN, Prenatal Care, Preventive Medicine, Sliding Fee Scale for Low-Income Families 
Remarks: Migrant Health Center, Community Health, Health Care for the Homeless, Urban Area, Permanent Clinic, Year-Round, Full-Time (open 65 hours per week)

Community Medical Centers

Location: Stockton, CA - 95205-7735 
Contact Phone: 209-751-2600
Services: Infant and Childhood physicals, Immunizations, Treatment of Illnesses, Family Planning Services, OB-GYN, Prenatal Care, Preventive Medicine, Sliding Fee Scale for Low-Income Families 
Remarks: Migrant Health Center, Community Health, Health Care for the Homeless, Urban Area, Permanent Clinic, Year-Round, Full-Time (open 49 hours per week)

Community Medical Centers, Inc.

230 North California Stockton, CA 95202 Phone: 209.944.4710 Monday – Friday 9:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. Provides primary healthcare services through Channel Medical Center at 701 East Channel Street through CARE LINK "Health Care for the Homeless"Eligibility is based solely on a person's housing status

Community Medical Centers, Inc. 

Location: Stockton, CA - 95210-3339 
Contact Phone: 209-373-2800
Services: Infant and Childhood physicals, Immunizations, Treatment of Illnesses, Family Planning Services, OB-GYN, Prenatal Care, Preventive Medicine, Sliding Fee Scale for Low-Income Families 
Remarks: Migrant Health Center, Community Health, Health Care for the Homeless, Urban Area, Permanent Clinic, Year-Round, Full-Time (open 40 hours per week)

King Family Center Health Clinic 

Location: Stockton, CA - 95205-5713 
Contact Phone: 209-933-7232
Services: Infant and Childhood physicals, Immunizations, Treatment of Illnesses, Family Planning Services, OB-GYN, Prenatal Care, Preventive Medicine, Sliding Fee Scale for Low-Income Families
Remarks: Migrant Health Center, Community Health, Health Care for the Homeless, Urban Area, Permanent Clinic, Year-Round, Part-Time (open 18 hours per week)

Lawrence Family Center And Clinic

Location: Lodi, CA - 95240-0628 
Contact Phone: 209-331-8019
Remarks: Migrant Health Center, Community Health, Health Care for the Homeless, Rural Area, Permanent Clinic, Year-Round, Part-Time (open 18 hours per week)

Planned Parenthood

Eastland Plaza Health Center 

Location: Stockton, CA - 95205 
Contact Phone: 209-466-2081

Manteca Health Center 

Location: Manteca, CA - 95336 
Contact Phone: 209-239-2528

North Stockton Health Center 

Location: Stockton, CA - 95207 
Contact Phone: 209.477.4103

Tracy Health Center 

Location: Tracy, CA - 95376 
Contact Phone: 209.835.8910
Services: Birth Control,HIV Testing,Men's Health Care, Pregnancy Testing & services, STD Testing and treatment and Vaccines, Woman's Health Care.

Sacramento Community Health Network

View a list of clinics in the Sacramento Region which serve the uninsured and under-insured, compiled by Capitol Community Health Network

  • Health Care for the Homeless Outreach 916-874-1455
    Mercy Clinic at Loaves & Fishes 1321 North C St., Sacramento, CA 95811 916-446-3345 Open Monday through Friday, 7:30am - 2:30pm
  • Sacramento County Behavioral Health Center 4600 Broadway, Suite 1100, Sacramento CA 95820 916-874-9750 Serves all uninsured and homeless adults
  • Sacramento County Dental Clinic 4600 Broadway, Suite 2100, Sacramento, CA 95820 916-874-8300 ID needed, serves all uninsured and homeless adults
  • The Hope Clinic at Sacramento Area Emergency Housing Center 2411 Alhambra Boulevard, Suite 110, Sacramento, CA 95817 916-874-1453 for appointments Provides vaccinations, TB testing and prenatal care for women and children in programs at Sacramento Area Emergency Housing, as well as children in the Oak Park neighborhood.
  • The Willow Clinic at Salvation Army 1200 North B Street, Sacramento, CA 95811 Every Saturday, 8:30am to 12:00pm. First come first serve.

Sacramento Urgent Care

Walk-In Clinic. Pain, STDs, X-Ray Open 7 days 9-9pm (916) 422-9110

San Joaquin County Behavioral Health Services

1212 North California Street Stockton, CA 95205 Phone: 209.468.3585 Monday – Friday 7:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. 24-hour Crisis Service to qualifying individuals Provides 24 hour services to individuals with mental health issues/needs including children and adults

San Joaquin County Public Health Family Health Division

1601 E. Hazelton Stockton, CA , 95205 Phone: 209.468-0372 Monday – Friday 8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. Clinic open Wednesday 10:00 a.m. – 7:00 p.m. Offers the following services for low-income children and adults: immunizations (children and adult), health examinations, sexually transmitted disease clinic, HIV testing, and tuberculosis clinic.

San Joaquin Valley Dental Group

Location: Stockton, CA - 95202-2517 
Contact Phone: 209-940-7200
Services: Infant and Childhood physicals, Immunizations, Treatment of Illnesses, Family Planning Services, OB-GYN, Prenatal Care, Preventive Medicine, Sliding Fee Scale for Low-Income Families 
Remarks: Migrant Health Center, Community Health, Health Care for the Homeless, Urban Area, Permanent Clinic, Year-Round, Full-Time (open 45 hours per week)

St. Mary's Interfaith Community Services

545 West Sonora St Stockton, CA 95203Phone: 209.467.0703 Monday – Friday 8:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. Provides free medical and dental services to the uninsured.

Healthy Beginnings1414 N. California St. Stockton, CA 95207Phone: 209.468.3983 Monday - Friday 9:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. Provides pregnancy counseling and prenatal care to low-income women.

Tracy Family Practice 

Location: Tracy, CA - 95376-4104 
Contact Phone: 209-820-1500
Services: Infant and Childhood physicals, Immunizations, Treatment of Illnesses, Family Planning Services, OB-GYN, Prenatal Care, Preventive Medicine, Sliding Fee Scale for Low-Income Families 
Remarks: Migrant Health Center, Community Health, Health Care for the Homeless, Rural Area, Permanent Clinic, Year-Round, Full-Time (open 69 hours per week)

Woodbridge Medical Group 

Location: Lodi, CA - 95242-2191 
Contact Phone: 209-370-1700
Services: Infant and Childhood physicals, Immunizations, Treatment of Illnesses, Family Planning Services, OB-GYN, Prenatal Care, Preventive Medicine, Sliding Fee Scale for Low-Income Families 
Remarks: Migrant Health Center, Community Health, Health Care for the Homeless, Rural Area, Permanent Clinic, Year-Round, Full-Time (open 69 hours per week)

Resources for Seniors

Search by Insurance for Geriatric Care

Medicare.gov: Forms, Help & Resources

Medicare Part D Coverage

Senior Care Resource Guide

Senior Health

For Seniors

For Seniors and Families

Guide to Addiction Prevention for Seniors

DrugRehab.com - Seniors & Addiction

According to the National Council on Alcoholism and Drug Dependence, the number of people needing treatment for drug abuse and addiction will double among seniors (age 50 and older) within the next 5 years. Our goal is to reach out to groups such as yours to spread awareness of this issue, as well as to be able to help those already suffering from addiction.

Resources for Ensuring a Long, Happy and Healthy Life

Benefits of Swimming for Seniors

Medical Alert Systems guide

Helping seniors and their families understand technologies that can be helpful at home.

Which is just one of our 100+ guides - features thousands of verified consumer reviews and is utliized as a resource tool for the 8 million consumers who visit our site each month. Our guides provide unbiased and verified consumer reviews as well as expert reviews for companies, to help ensure consumers are making the most informed decision before a purchase.

Resources for Violence, Cyberbullying, and Suicide Prevention

Victim Compensation Program - VCGCB

If you or someone close to you was injured or threatened with injury in a violent crime, California’s Victim Compensation Program (CalVCP) may help pay certain crime-related expenses.

The Center for Victims of Violence and Crime (CVVC)

Center for Victims of Violence and Crime (CVVC) provides victim advocacy and support services, crisis intervention, counseling and community education programs that address the causes and impacts of all types of violence and crime.

The Role of School Counselors in School Safety

Cyberbullying

Cyberbullyng Awareness and Avoidance Resources Guide

We have heard of bullying in high schools and universities. Some have been unlucky enough to be at the receiving end of the harsh treatment imposed by bullies. This is the traditional form of bullying, and since the invention of the internet, this previously mild and physical form of abuse has been taken to a whole new level.

Preventing Suicide

Suicide Prevention in College

Suicide and Depression Awareness for Students

Resources for Prescription Drugs

For patients without drug prescription coverage

During our first year, we will be applying for grants and identifying companies that provide medications, such as Allergan, Alcon and Galderma, free of charge to patients in need. If you have had a positive experience, let us know what service you used.

Compassionate Drug Use

As of 2009, no one publishes a list of all the drugs that are available through compassionate use in the United States.

Compassionate use of experimental drugs: Who qualifies?

Compassionate use is a federal program that allows access to experimental drugs in certain situations.

Free Medicine Program - Free Prescription Drug Program

Our mission at the Free Medicine Program is helping patients in obtaining prescription drugs and medications absolutely Free of charge.

Prescription Assistance Program

The Partnership for Prescription Assistance brings together America’s pharmaceutical companies, doctors, other health care providers, patient advocacy organizations and community groups to help qualifying patients without prescription drug coverage get free or low-cost medicines through the public or private program that's right for them.

RxAssist - Patient Assistance Programs

Patient assistance programs are run by pharmaceutical companies to provide free medications to people who cannot afford to buy their medicine.

RecallGuide

This free tool is an easy way to keep track of side effects and any dangerous recalls for any medications you are on. recallguide.org

Drugwatch - Helping people who were injured by dangerous drugs and medical devices

American Recall Center

Practical drug, device and healthcare safety information

Consumer Dangers

Over 1.3 million people are injured and nearly 100,000 people die each year due to medication errors. Our team at consumerdangers.com strives to provide a comprehensive free resource for the public to learn more about defective drugs and medical devices that can potentially cause harm and even death.

Resources for Addiction

Drug Watch

Drug Treatment Center Finder is not a specific treatment center, instead, we are a free web-based resource hub that strives to provide the most up-to-date information and available treatment services across the nation. As I'm sure you've heard about the prescription painkiller epidemic America has been facing, 1,700 young adults died from prescription drug overdoses in 2014 - a four-fold increase from 1999. Our goal is to provide resources to addicts and their loved ones in order to guide them to the help they need in order to rebuild their lives. We currently offer the following resources, with more to come:

  • Health Screenings
  • Collection of Informational/Educational Resources & Data
  • Extensive Drug and Alcohol Addiction & Treatment Guides
  • Nationwide Directory of Addiction Treatment & Mental Health Services

All of the statistical information found on our website is pulled from studies conducted and published by the National Institute of Health (NIH) and their divisions: National Insititute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism (NIAAA), National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA), and the National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH).

Help Loved Ones with Substance Abuse Issues

Addiction Resources

American Society of Addiction Medicine

Drug Abuse in Stockton, CA - This would provide pertinent information related to Stockton Drug Abuse Treatment Programs.

California Addition and Inpatient Drug Rehab

There are hundreds of treatment options in California to help those struggling with addiction. Stimulants, marijuana and alcohol are among the substances most often treated in California rehabs, but there are quality treatment programs available for every addiction.

Drug Rehab Connections is not a specific treatment facility, instead we are an informational website that connects addicts and their families with the help they need to put their lives together. Our goal is to help these individuals and loved ones by providing them with information and support on different addictions and recovery resources available to them.

Alcohol Treatment.net

Suicidal thoughts and alcohol abuse: tackling both problems head on.

The Recovery Village - An Advanced Approach to Patient Care

The Recovery Village offers comprehensive treatment for dual diagnosis based alcohol/drug rehab, eating disorder and mental health treatments for men and women ages 18 and up, all under one roof. At The Recovery Village, we understand addiction. Our fully trained staff will guide patients and family to the goal of complete rehabilitation.

Substance Abuse in College

Educational Resources

Public Health Information

For information and seminars on wellness

To learn more about eye terminology, diseases and treatments

To learn more about eyelid, orbit and facial reconstruction

To learn more about neuro-ophthalmology

To learn more about face, eye or neurologic concerns

According to the National Institute of Mental Health, around 7.7 million Americans are coping with PTSD. The signs are not always easy to spot, but I hope this guide can make a small difference.

Sexually transmitted diseases are not only rising, some are up by as much as 15%.

Sexually transmitted Diseases Resources:

The Cord Blood Center

An organization dedicated to promoting the benefits of cord blood banking. Umbilical cord blood has helped children survive over 80 diseases including leukemia, lymphoma, and anemia and is now being used in older patients. Our mission is to help others understand how they can benefit and help save the lives of sick children in need.

Our team at www.cordbloodbanking.com provides the latest up-to-date information and free resources for expecting parents. There have been over 35,000 cord blood transplants thanks to donors worldwide. With more awareness we can increase this number and further save the lives of children and adolescents battling cancer and other life threatening illnesses.

International Outreach

Veteran Aid

VeteranAid.org gives concise and clear information about the A&A benefit and offers free help and advice on our forums for those navigating this application process.

Special Needs

Resources for College Students

Student Mental Health

Substance Abuse in College

Suicide Prevention in College

Miscellaneous Guides

Planning Your Doctor Visit

What you need to know about Women and Health Insurance Coverage

Centers for Medicare and Medicaid: Regulations and Guidance

Comprehensive guide to financial help for disabled people

  • How To Give Yourself The Best Chance of Keeping your Home If You Become Disabled, Click Here

A Guide to Sleeping Comfortably for People with Disabilities


Contact Us

If you have questions you'd like to discuss, please contact the office of Dr. Kimberly Cockerham or Dr. Rowland.

Application for Help

Current contact info for Dr. Cockerham
1826 W Kettleman Lane
Lodi, CA 95242
Tel: (209) 461-2172
Fax: (209) 478-7962
Email: cockerhammd@gmail.com

Current contact info for Dr. Rowland
825 Ridge Lake Blvd.
Memphis, TN 38120
Tel: 901-820-2317
Fax: 901-820-2317
Email: DrAnneRowland@esg.md


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