The Student-Managed Free Clinic at UHSA, started in collaboration with Georgetown University’s H.O.Y.A. student-involved clinic, offers free medical services to the population of Piccadilly, Antigua, on the UHSA campus.
Formerly known as The Free Clinic of English Harbour, this clinic is run by UHSA’s medical students. It allows students to apply their clinical expertise to serve medically underserved patients while gaining practical experience in handling the socio-economic and cultural challenges that impact healthcare delivery in rural and island areas. Additionally, this program facilitates the students’ development of inter-professional leadership and organizational skills.
UHSA is devoted to serving its community through various outreach initiatives, including healthcare education projects in local schools, churches, and clinics in Antigua and Barbuda. The university also supports community health events, reflecting its unwavering commitment to providing quality healthcare to individuals worldwide.