Since 1974, Bread for the City’s medical clinic has helped to bridge the health care gap for uninsured and low-income adults and children in Washington, DC.
Today, over 3,000 patients call Bread for the City their medical home. We provide primary care for all ages. Our dental, vision, and behavioral health clinics only see patients who come to Bread for the City for their primary health care. This allows our doctors to offer high-quality, coordinated, comprehensive services to every patient.
The clinic also provides examinations, medications, lab tests, and referrals to patients, regardless of their ability to pay.
Learn more about Bread for the City’s medical program.
Our medical clinic is located
at 1525 7th Street NW.
To make a new patient appointment,
please call 202.386.7020.
Are you a Bread for the City patient?
Get information about your health status,
and send a message to your doctor
through our Patient Portal.
Monday: 8:30 am - 5:00 pm
Tuesday: 8:30 am - 5:00 pm
Wednesday: 8:30 am - 7:00 pm
Thursday: 8:30 am - 5:00 pm
Friday: 8:30 am - Noon
If you are currently a patient and experiencing an urgent medical problem after clinic hours, call 202.386.7020. Follow the voicemail instructions for help.
Dr. Randi Abramson leads Bread for the City's medical program, providing direction and management of all spheres. She has served as medical director since 1991.
Dr. Steven Myles (affectionately known as Dr. Smyles) leads Bread for the City's state-of-the-art dental practice. He performs both regular checkups and complex dental procedures and is committed to the highest quality of patient care.
Dr. Hahm runs Bread for the City's eye clinic where she administers comprehensive eye examinations Monday-Thursday. Her goal is to work collaboratively with the primary care providers to provide evidence-based holistic eye care in a comfortable and reassuring environment.
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