The Community Crossroads Center Clinic (GCSC) is a free medical clinic run by medical students at the Brody School of Medicine at East Carolina University. The clinic offers basic medical services and referrals to anyone in need of them.
The clinic first opened in December 1988 and is currently located on the grounds of the former Agnes Fullilove School (attached to the Community Crossroads Center). The clinic has three exam rooms, a small conference room, a laboratory, and a medical supply closet.
Medical students, premedical students, community pharmacists, social workers, and physicians all donate their time to run the clinic. ECU Physicians’ Family Practice center, Pitt County Health Department, Vidant Medical Center, the James D. Bernstein Clinic, HealthAssist/AccessEast, and local private physicians all provide referral services for our patients. The prescriptions are delivered to Community Crossroads Center to be given to the residents.
The clinic offers primary care appointments (for chronic and acute care needs), referral options, over-the-counter medication, prescription medication drop-off services, care managing, and mental health services. The clinic is open on Mondays from 6:30 pm to 9:30 pm and the first and third Thursday of each month from 6:30-9:30 PM. Appointments are on a first-come, first-serve basis. The clinic welcomes any and all patients who need access to free medical care!
To contact the clinic, call 252-758-9244.
Thank you to all that volunteer in this vital service.