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High Blood Pressure Drop-In Clinic

High blood pressure is a sign that your heart is working harder than it should.  The only way to know you have high blood pressure is to have it checked by a health professional.  The clinic is open to all regardless of age, or status of health insurance.  No appointment is necessary.  This program is a joint partnership with LifeLong Medical Care and the South and West Berkeley Health Forum.


Over60ClinicOver Sixty Health Center
3260 Sacramento Street, Berkeley, CA 94703
(corner of Sacramento & Alcatraz Avenue)

Every Thursday: 2:00 pm - 4:45 pm




What services does the program offer?

The South & West Berkeley Health Forum, LifeLong Medical Care, and the City of Berkeley Public Health Division formed a partnership to address significant health disparities of heart disease among South and West Berkeley residents.  The High Blood Pressure Drop-In Clinic provides free blood pressure screening and consultation with a health educator and clinician.  Clinic staff can also help uninsured individuals connect to free to low-cost primary care services at LifeLong Medical Care.

When: 2:00pm – 4:45pm, Every Thursday 
 The Over Sixty Health Center, 3260 Sacramento Street, Berkeley, CA 94702

For more information, please call (510) 601-6060 or

(510) 981-5394 (Phone)   (510) 981-6903 (TDD)


Who is the program for?

The Berkeley community

Cost for services:




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