Celebrating the Success of the Walk-In Wellness Clinic
In 2019 the SF SPCA launched its Walk-In Wellness Clinic. The weekly clinic focuses on the most common preventative care issues we see in our full-service hospitals and mobile vaccine clinics.
In the last year alone, the clinic has helped 3,324 patients, providing 6,012 vaccines and giving 1,074 doses of flea preventative treatment!
At the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic, the clinic restructured and transitioned to the Call-Ahead Clinic, allowing clients to make same-day, low-cost appointments while prioritizing their health and safety.
The clinic plays a significant part in fulfilling the SF SPCA's vision to provide access to veterinary care for all San Francisco pets by 2030. The clinic addresses two of the most common reasons people don't pursue preventative care: convenience and cost. The reduced exam fee includes a limited wellness check with a veterinarian, and clients can access reduced-cost vaccines and preventive medications such as flea and tick control.
The Walk-In Wellness Clinic is an intermediary tier of care, between our full-service hospitals and free mobile vaccine clinics. Our goal is to make veterinary care more accessible for all of San Francisco's cats and dogs.
Maintaining our community programs like the Walk-In Wellness Clinic relies on support from friends like you. To learn how you can make a gift from your estate plan to secure our mission for years to come, please contact Director of Planned Giving June Hom at (415) 430-3251 or email@example.com today. Thank you for everything you do for the animals and people in need of our help.