UPDATES TO ESPERANZA HEALTH CENTER SERVICES / COVID-19
Esperanza Health Center is taking precautions to keep our patients, guests and staff members as safe as possible.
- All patients and visitors to Esperanza are asked to wear a face covering when coming to the health center; face coverings are provided at the entrance.
- Patients will be asked questions about their symptoms.
- Patients are asked to come alone to their appointment, if possible; patients requiring assistance (children, patients with special needs, or elderly patients) may bring one essential guardian with them to their appointment.
We are here to care for you! Below is a summary of changes to our services in response to the COVID-19 pandemic:
NEW - Telehealth Visits with Your Provider
COVID-19 Testing for Community Members (Free)
WHERE: 2755 Kensington Avenue (Rock Ministries)
WHEN: Mon, Tue, and Thu, 9am – 11am
No Appointment Necessary
WHERE: 4417 N 6th St (Esperanza Health Center, Hunting Park)
WHEN: Monday-Friday, 1:15pm – 4:15pm
Call (215) 807-8620 to schedule an appointment
How do I know if I should get tested?
If you have: chills, muscle pain, headache, sore throat, new loss of taste or smell, cough, shortness of breath, difficulty breathing, fever
What should I bring?
Bring insurance or ID if you have it.
COVID-19 Testing for Existing Esperanza Health Center Patients
Esperanza patients currently have the option to receive COVID-19 testing at all three of our sites. If you have questions about testing please call 215-302-3600.
You have symptoms of COVID-19 including cough or shortness of breath, or two of these symptoms: fever, chills, muscle aches, sore throat, new loss of taste or smell.
You have been exposed to someone with known or suspected COVID-19 (in close contact within 6 feet, for more than 15 minutes, without a mask). Wait until 7 days after being exposed to be tested assure accurate test results. This includes if you have participated in a large crowd gathering or protest. Regardless of the results, it is recommended to quarantine for 14 days after exposure to someone with known or suspected COVID-19, as it may take that long for symptoms to appear.
In the case of a group living or nursing home environment, some programs may require testing to enter the building, as part of a larger screening and prevention program in these specific high risk places.
Adult Medical Care
Telehealth visits are also available – please click here for more information about how to schedule a telehealth visit.
Pediatric Medical Care
We are also scheduling telehealth visits for children ages 2 – 17 years – please click here for more information about how to schedule a telehealth visit.
Until further notice, we are unable to see patients for routine visits (i.e., cleanings) and other non-emergency dental needs.
Behavioral Health Care
Women's and Prenatal Care
Our clinic is open and we are here to care for you – please call us at 215-302-3600 if you have any concerns, or visit our Women’s and Prenatal Care page for more information.
Please visit our Medication Dispensary page for more information, including how to request refills and obtain medications by mail order delivery – or call (215) 302-3600 and follow the prompts for Dispensary at the site where you normally pick up your medications.
Department of Community Health and Wellness Programs
- Young at Heart Seniors Program
- Community Health Promoter Program
- Recipe for Health
- Parenting Circles
Please visit our Community Health and Wellness Department page for more information including other resources on health and wellness.
- Esperanza patients are encouraged to register with and use our Patient Portal. you can use the Patient Portal to request a refill on your medication, communicate with your provider, schedule an appointment, and receive updates from Esperanza Health Center.
Read Our Statement about Racial Justice Here
“Compelled by the love of God in Christ Jesus, in cooperation with the Church and others, Esperanza Health Center is a multi-cultural ministry providing holistic healthcare to the Latino and underserved communities of Philadelphia.”
We seek to fulfill our mission by providing affordable, high-quality, bilingual and multi-cultural primary health care services in Jesus’ name, regardless of ability to pay, to all those in our communities who seek care.
4417 N. 6th Street, Philadelphia, PA 19140
Kensington (incl. Dental Clinic)
861 E. Allegheny Ave., Philadelphia, PA 19134