Making A Difference

The Hoya Clinic
by Kari Bruce, Georgetown University Medical Student, HOYA Clinic External Relations Coordinator

The Hoya Clinic:
1900 Massachusetts Avenue, SE, 4th Floor, Main Building
Washington, DC 20003

Walk-in Hours: Tuesday & Wednesday from 6-7:30pm

To schedule an appointment: (202) 468-4816

For more information: http://hoyaclinic.som.georgetown.edu


The HOYA Clinic, located in the former DC General Hospital in Southeast Washington, DC, is an after-hours clinic that provides free health care to the homeless, underserved, and uninsured populations. The clinic exists as a partnership among Georgetown University Hospital (GUH), a partnership between MedStar Health and Georgetown University, and the District of Columbia community. Georgetown University faculty physicians and medical students volunteer their time to staff the clinic, each member of our team is committed to providing accessible and quality health care to children, adults, and families in the DC community.

The HOYA Clinic strives to create a respectful atmosphere in which providers and patients work together as partners to improve access to community-based care.

Dr. Eileen Moore, assistant dean for Community Education and Advocacy at the Georgetown University School of Medicine and medical director of Adult Services for the clinic says, "the goal is to provide quality medical care to those with the greatest need while we foster volunteerism and compassion in our students as they learn about the challenges our patients face."