The Thompson Clinic is open to individuals regardless of insurance status and, for those eligible, cost is determined based on a sliding fee scale.
Some of the short-term health care services available at the clinic are:
Please note that the Clinic is not a substitute for a relationship with a primary care physician.
In order to ensure appropriate care, some examples of what we can not treat at the Clinic are: conditions requiring an x-ray or laboratory work, no controlled substances will be prescribed for any condition, no medications will be dispensed or administered, no prescriptions for mental health conditions, work-related injury or illness, care for children less than 2 years old or prenatal care.
The Thompson Clinic provides short-term care for those who find themselves with nowhere else to turn for medical care. Patients needing ongoing care or care not provided at the Clinic will be referred to a CCIA/Catholic Charities caseworker.
Call for an Appointment
120 North Main Street, Room 11, Canandaigua
Wednesday: 9 am-3 pm
Friday: 8 am-5 pm
A community health initiative in partnership with Thompson Health, Canandaigua Churches in Action, and Catholic Charities of the Finger Lakes.