Due to extremely cold conditions, the City is implementing special measures to keep people who are homeless safe. If you see someone who needs shelter, call (215) 232-1984.
In effect: 3:00 p.m. on Thursday, March 04 until further notice

COVID-19 vaccine

The vaccine is now available for certain groups. Learn more about the City’s plans for distributing vaccines. If you're interested in getting the vaccine, sign up today!

Mental & physical health

Get women’s health care

The Department of Public Health provides a range of women’s health services at eight of our City health centers. Our women’s health care team includes a gynecologist, a social worker, and medical assistant.

Services include:

We provide translation and interpretation services for health center patients and their families.


City health centers accept Medicare, Medicaid, HMO plans, and most other insurance options. If you don’t have insurance, the centers will charge a small fee based on family size and income. Health centers can also help you apply for affordable health insurance.


Visit one of our City health centers. Walk-ins are accepted, but appointments are encouraged.

Forms & instructions

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  • Health center patients can access information about their care and appointments on our patient portal. Sign up for an account at your health center and access HealthCenterConnect Patient Portal.
  • Residents can get pediatric care at many community health centers throughout the city. You can locate them on the community health centers map.