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Edison Clinic
San Mateo

Location

Medical Clinic Hours

Monday – Friday: 8:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.
Appointments are required

STD Drop-In Clinic Hours

Tuesday and Thursday: 4:00 p.m. – 7:00 p.m.
No appointment needed
More about STD/HIV testing

Appointments

Make Appointment: (650) 573-2385
Reschedule Appointment: (650) 573-2385

Services

The Edison Clinic offers outpatient medical care for people with HIV/AIDS in San Mateo County.

 

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General information

STD/HIV Services

The San Mateo County STD/HIV Program works to prevent STD/HIV infection and care for individuals and families affected by HIV in San Mateo County. The Program provides comprehensive, community-based prevention and testing services, STD/HIV related health care, social services, advocacy, and referrals to community agencies providing drug treatment, housing, food, dental care and other services.

Overview

Adults

San Mateo Medical Center provides a wide range of primary care services from routine health exams to managing chronic conditions like high blood pressure and diabetes. Our doctors, nurses and other health professionals promote good health through preventative medicine, health screenings and health education. If you should need a specialist, we can coordinate your care.

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Health Insurance

Insurance keeps you healthy and financially covered when you need it most.

Health coverage can be complicated. That’s why we offer free assistance to help you apply and get health coverage. We can let you know which programs you may qualify for, explain how they work, what it may cost, and then help you apply.

Schedule a health coverage screening appointment even if you think you might not qualify or if you have private, non-employer sponsored insurance. Legal immigration status is not required to access free or low-cost health insurance in San Mateo County. If you are under age 26 and currently not employed, but covered by a parent’s private insurance plan, you might qualify for subsidized coverage through Medi-Cal.

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