In collaboration with Georgetown University’s student-involved clinic, H.O.Y.A., the Student-Managed Free Clinic at UHSA is a free clinic serving the population of Piccadilly, Antigua.
Formerly The Free Clinic of English Harbour, the clinic is managed by medical and nursing students of the UHSA. It allows students to contribute their clinical skills to a medically underserved patient population while allowing students to directly experience the social, economic, and cultural challenges that impact rural and island healthcare delivery. Furthermore, students are given the opportunity to deepen their inter-professional leadership and organizational skills.
The University of Health Sciences Antigua is committed to serving its community through outreach activities. It is unwavering in its goal to provide quality health care for all around the world. The University also supports health education projects in schools, churches, and local health clinics in Antigua and Barbuda and at local community events.