VHC Lundy, 1996 Lundy Avenue, San Jose, CA 95131 · Phone: (669) 220-3000 · Fax: (408) 433-1627

Refugee Clinic Group Photo

refugee clinic

The Refugee Health Assessment Program provides healthcare services to newly arrived Refugees, Asylees, Humanitarian Parolees, Special Immigrant Visa (SIV) holders, and Victims of Human Trafficking.  

  • New arrivals are screened for communicable diseases including viral hepatitis and parasitic infections, tuberculosis as well as chronic health conditions. 
  • Patients with chronic medical conditions are linked with primary care services and specialty care services as needed.
  • Vaccinations required to complete the immigration process are provided to all adult patients.
  • Mental health assessment and referrals to counseling and mental health services are provided to adult patients through a partnership with the Asian Americans for Community Involvement/Center for Survivors of Torture (CST)


  • Evaluation for communicable disease including viral hepatitis, tuberculosis (TB), and chronic health conditions.
  • Treatment of active TB and latent TB infection
  • Adult Immunizations for established refugee clinic patients
  • Mental health assessments and referrals for adult patients
  • Orientation to community resources
  • Phlebotomy for clinic patients only
  • Chest X-ray for clinic patients only
  • Point of care testing
  • Electrocardiogram (ECG or EKG)
  • Sputum Induction
  • Nurse Advice
  • Health Education
  • Financial Counse​ling
  • Medical Records