Serving those who have no medical insurance or are underinsured
throughout the greater
Las Vegas Valley since 2005
Community Outreach Medical Center, a 501(c)(3) non profit organization, was organized exclusively for charitable purposes. Our diverse professional staff has many years of experience and speaks a variety of languages that includes English, Spanish, Tagalog, Malayalam, and Pampango. We provide the most courteous, compassionate and friendly services available in the medical community. Our mission is to provide comprehensive services for the entire family.
Community Outreach Medical Center provides high quality comprehensive healthcare, intensive case management and collaborative outreach to medically underserved populations in the greater southern Nevada region.
COMC, born in 2005, is a United Way accredited organization. Our belief is that our patient's needs are of the utmost importance. Our entire medical team is committed to meeting those needs. As a result, a high percentage of our practice is from repeat patients and referrals.
Since 2005, over 61,800 people have received medical care saving tax payers millions in emergency room visits. We expect our numbers to grow even more with the large amount of non-insured and struggling families in Nevada. One of our goals at COMC is to provide affordable medical care. We also strive to improve the lives of those patients in urban Las Vegas through kind, compassionate and uncompromising medical care in a fashion that is seen in private practice settings. Our clinic takes a large patient load off of the local health department and the University Medical Center; two public service entities that cannot adequately care for the large population of uninsured patients in need of medical services.
We would welcome the opportunity to earn your trust and deliver you the best medical care.
1140 Almond Tree Lane, Suite 306
Las Vegas, NV 89104
Mon - Fri: 8AM - 5PM (Closed 12PM to 1PM)
Sat & Sun: Closed
COMC is a member of the Las Vegas Chamber of Commerce, the Latin Chamber of Commerce, United Way of Southern Nevada and the National Minority AIDS Council.