Malta patients are treated with dignity and respect by volunteer providers and nurses.The Malta House of Care mobile medical clinic provides high-quality, free primary health care to uninsured adults in Greater Hartford, always treating patients with dignity and respect. The big, white Malta van visits four different neighborhoods each week (three in Hartford, one in East Hartford). Click here for locations and hours. To become a patient at Malta House, you must meet three criteria:

  • Age 18 or older
  • No insurance 
  • Bring photo ID

Malta is a walk-in clinic; patients are seen on a first-come, first-served basis. If you speak a language other than English or Spanish, please bring an English-speaking friend or family member to act as an interpreter. Portuguese translation is available on Tuesdays.

Our medical team is made up of a small paid staff plus a dedicated group of volunteer doctors, nurses, and other medical professionals. We provide the following services:

  • Routine Physical Exams (including work and school physicals)
  • Annual Gynecological Exams
  • Vaccinations (flu, pneumonia, Tdap)
  • On-site Tests: Pap smears, EKGs, urinalysis, pregnancy, strep, A1C, blood sugar, hemoccult, tuberculosis screening with PPD testing (Mondays and Tuesdays)
  • Referrals to Other Tests: mammograms, PSA screening for prostate cancer, bone density, routine x-rays, blood work
  • Medications for those who qualify
  • Health Coaching and education

We do not provide:

  • Payments for specialty clinics, ER visits, hospitalizations
  • DOT and immigration physicals
  • Payment for medications unless approved
  • Payment for tests or surgery ordered by specialists or other doctors, including (but not limited to) MRIs, CT scans, etc.

Click here for a patient brochure in English, or click here for the brochure in Spanish.