We are open in Jackson Heights, Queens!
Make an appointment today at 718-567-5200 at our brand-new clinic for any of the following services:
- Family Medicine & Primary Care
- Dental Care
- Pediatrics (Medical Care for Children)
- Women's Health & Family Planning
- Behavioral & Mental Health
- And More!
Free Health Services and Events
in Your Neighborhood
Apicha is partnering with multiple NYC community organizations to bring local health and wellness events to your neighborhood. Our staff will be in attendance at these events to offer free services, health screenings and other support. Click the button below to see the full schedule of events.
Find out if you qualify for
Sliding Scale Fees
As a Federally Qualified Health Center, Apicha offers discounted medical and supportive services to patients who are uninsured or underinsured and have low income. The amount a patient pays is based on the federal poverty level, income, and number of dependents. Each year the federal government sets a Federal Poverty Line (FPL) and new income levels that qualify patients for discounted care. The income levels are based on a patient’s gross income (how much money you make each year before taxes are taken out). Request an appointment today and ask to find out if you may qualify for our sliding scale fee program.
Do you need health insurance?
Sign up by January 31!
We have extended hours for health insurance enrollment throughout January! We are taking appointments during normal hours Monday-Friday (9:00am-5:30pm) as well as Saturdays (10:00am-3:30pm). Our Health Insurance Navigators can provide assistance in assessing your healthcare options through the New York State of Health Marketplace. Learn more about open enrollment here.
To request an appointment with a Health Insurance Navigator please use our website or call us at 1-866-274-2429.
Get the latest information about the COVID-19 pandemic including updates from New York City and New York State, Apicha vaccination events, testing, and more.
Tuition. Books. Food. You need all three to get your degree.
Many previously ineligible low-income college students may now be able to apply for SNAP under new rules in New York State. Many career-and-technical education students in New York State may be newly eligible for SNAP. This adds much-needed relief to students who struggle to afford food while trying to keep up with their studies. SNAP may help you buy the food you need so you can focus on school.
The Nutrition Outreach and Education Program can help you learn if you may be eligible for SNAP. Services are available by phone, email or online, and are free and confidential.
We Offer Telemedicine
Not sure what a telemedicine visit can do for you? Instead of traveling to Apicha, you can have a video appointment with your provider using your mobile phone, computer or tablet device that has a camera. You and your provider will be able to see and talk with each other in real time, so that you can ask questions and have a conversation, the same way you would when you are here in our office. Your provider will review your condition and guide you to your next steps like refilling your medication or advising you whether you should go out and have labs done, or postpone them to a later date.