About CHHMP

WE ARE CURRENTLY ACCEPTING NEW PATIENTS

Please contact our CHHMP clinic phone at (347) 614-2121 to schedule a visit.

WE ARE OPEN IN A LIMITED CAPACITY FOR IN PERSON VISITS (by appointment only)

As of May 2021, our in-person clinic is open every other Tuesday! Unfortunately, we are not accepting walk-ins at this time. Please call us at (347) 614-2121 to schedule an appointment. Before your in-person appointment, we will also schedule a telemedicine intake.

Please note: we are not yet providing dental services in person. Stay tuned for updates!

Dates of in-person clinic during Summer 2021:

June 22 / July 6 / July 20 / August 3 / August 17 / August 31

CHHMP Clinic Phone Number: ​(347) 614-2121

Please note the following free or low-cost clinics that may also be resources during this time:

  • Bellevue Adult Primary Care Clinic: 212-562-5555
  • Harlem Hospital: 212-939-8400
  • New York City Free Clinic and Women’s Health Free Clinic: 212-206-5200

Call 911​ in the case of an emergency.

En Español

BLACK LIVES MATTER.

The Columbia-Harlem Homeless Medical Partnership (CHHMP) is a student-run clinic providing free and quality health services to the homeless or uninsured community in West Harlem. This program was established in May 2007 by Columbia University medical students in partnership with the Center for Family and Community Medicine (CFCM).

Operating from the basement of St. Mary’s Episcopal Church at 126th Street and Old Broadway every Tuesday evening, the clinic provides the homeless, the uninsured and the local community with basic medical care and health education.

Ten to twelve Columbia University medical students see patients under the supervision of Dr. Jim Spears and Dr. Urmi Desai, CFCM faculty physicians, with additional support from other Family Medicine physicians and residents. To ensure continuity for students and patients, the same group of medical students, residents and attending physicians commit to working at the clinic on a near weekly basis, with plenty of time for each patient encounter, and for students to take extensive social histories.

In the addition to the provision of quality and continuous care, CHHMP is also focused on deepening the education of student-clinicians in learning about the health and social needs of the community, the challenges of providing healthcare to underserved populations and advocacy for these populations.