San Juan Bosco (SJB) is one of the three weekly UM student-run clinics near the main UM-Jackson campus. At SJB, specialty care is provided to patients in the Allapattah and neighboring Miami communities. In order to be eligible for care at SJB, patients must live at 200% of the federal poverty level or below. Our services include laboratory and diagnostic testing services through Baptist Health System provided at no cost to SJB patients. We also facilitate applications for financial assistance with the Jackson Health System for patients in need of procedures or surgery. The UM student-run SJB clinic operates every Tuesday night and rotates through 8 different medical specialties listed below. The daytime SJB clinic functions separately and provides primary care for adults and children as well as gynecological services. The clinic has been in operation since 1992 when it was formed with the Sisters of St. Joseph to meet the health needs of refugees and new immigrants in Miami-Dade County.
730 NW 34th St. Miami, FL 33127 (next to Corpus Christi Church)
Resources for students:
Come prepared for clinic by reading about medical interpretation at SJB here.
Referring a new patient? Download this bilingual guide to SJB registration.
Know a physician who is interested in volunteering? Email Megan at Megan.firstname.lastname@example.org.
Resources for physicians:
Interested in volunteering at SJB? Read about what you can expect as an SJB physician.
Please email Megan Nocita at Megan.email@example.com with all physician volunteering questions.
Our specialty nights are psychiatry, neurology, cardiology, gastroenterology, pulmonology, rheumatology, and urology. .
Integration of patient care and peer teaching is at the heart of the student-run DOCS San Juan Bosco clinic. We are committed to promoting the health and well-being of our patients by delivering quality specialty and primary care to underserved communities. At SJB, students benefit from a team-based approach to patient-centered care in a supportive learning environment led by volunteer physicians. We, as medical students at the Miller School of Medicine, view this service to our patients as an opportunity to develop the knowledge, skills, and attitudes necessary to become compassionate physician-healers and patient advocates.
Project Manager: Daniela Cosio (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Professional Liaison: Megan Nocita (email@example.com)
Logistics Coordinator: Elijah Nwefo (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Patient Relations Coordinator: Claudia Saborit (email@example.com)
Student Liaison: Lara Juan (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Patient Education Coordinator: Veronica Nuñez (email@example.com)
Assistant Project Manager: Gabriella Llano (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Assistant Professional Liaison: Matthew Mason (email@example.com)
Assistant Logistics Coordinator: Jackson Anderson (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Assistant Patient Relations Coordinator: Daniel Castañeda (email@example.com)
Assistant Student Liaison: Luis Moas (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Assistant Patient Education Coordinator: Courtney Goodman (email@example.com)
Assistant Quality Control Coordinator: Adriana Baez (firstname.lastname@example.org)
SJB Day Clinic Liaison: Marta Villalta
Sponsored by the AAMC/Pfizer Caring for the Community Grant (2001)
Anyone needing special assistance, please make arrangements by registering your special needs by calling or emailing email@example.com