1101 W. Broward Blvd.
Fort Lauderdale, FL 33311
Established through a grant from the Federal Government, the Bernard P. Alicki Health Center has been operated and financially supported by Broward Health since 1993. The program offers a wide array of healthcare and related services to the homeless population at various locations throughout Broward County.
Services are delivered by mobile and fixed healthcare teams consisting of physicians, nurse practitioners, registered and licensed practical nurses, and other professional personnel.
Services include the mobile medical van, substance abuse and mental health treatment programs, assisted living facilities, and each of the Broward Health Primary Care Centers.
Services are also provided at the Bernard P. Alicki Health Center Program Office (a.k.a. "The Little House"), which is located at 1101 W. Broward Boulevard in Fort Lauderdale, on the campus of the Broward Health Specialty Care Center.
Healthcare for the Homeless Program (HCH) office - 954-527-6041
Toll Free - 866-662-5565
Healthcare for the Homeless Program hours:
*Pharmacy: Monday - Friday - 8:30 am - 5:00 pm (Last pick-up half hour before closing)
For more information about Broward Health Bernard P. Alicki Health Center’s many services and programs, please call 954-527-6041.
Broward Health's Community Health Services division provides high quality, affordable healthcare and is the medical safety net for Broward County residents residing in the northern two-thirds of the county. With programs such as caregiver assistance programs, Kinship Care Initiative for non-traditional families, care coordination programs, hundreds of classes, community relations councils and medical care for the homeless and those unable to afford it, Broward Health continues to be the leading provider of healthcare services in Broward County.
Broward Health Community Health Services (BHCHS) recognizes that to effectively care for its patients, its staff must go beyond the walls of Broward Health facilities and into the community. Many opportunities exist among community-based and faith-based organizations to introduce various healthcare initiatives. BHCHS Outreach Services staff plays an essential role in sharing that message.