The Muslim Society Of Central California hosted its second health clinic of the year, giving free medical care to both children and adults.
Patients walked in to see 40 Doctors and 100 other workers who volunteered their time Sunday.
Organizers say the need for basic healthcare is great, with many people uninsured or unable to pay. "We have everything from pediatrics to general medical, to blood draws, podiatry, dermatology, EKG's, blood testing. We have everything," said Brenda Alvarez with the Muslim Society Of Central California.
The Muslim society holds two health clinics each year. Sunday's clinic also included dental and vision screenings.