Lifelong Medical Care- LifeLong Over 60 Health Center

3260 Sacramento Street
Berkeley, CA 94611

Public Transportation Directions:
511 Trip Planner

Phone Numbers for New Patients:
(510) 981-4100 - New Patients

Phone Numbers for Existing Patients:
(510) 981-4100 - Existing Patients



Cantonese, Chinese, English, Mandarin, Russian, Spanish

Telephone Interpretation Available in 100+ Languages through Language Line

Additional Language Information:
We have providers who speak the languages noted above. We also use the Language Line for Telephone Interpretation Services.

Hours of Operation:
Monday 8:30 A.M. - 5:00 P.M.


New patients should contact our Patient Services Department at (510) 981-4100. All uninsured patients must pre-register in person at Patient Services and/or certain clinic locations prior to receiving a medical appointment.

Our pre-registration process will help us assess which sliding fee program you may qualify for. At this appointment, you will be required to bring the following documents:
1) picture identification,
2) proof of Alameda County residency,
3) proof of income within last 30 days, and
4) proof of citizenship (if appropriate)

If you need clarification or better understanding of types of documents that will be accepted, please call ahead.

Insurance and Coverage Programs Accepted:
Alliance Complete Care, HealthPAC, Medi-Cal, Medicare, Private Insurance


LMC offers sliding fee scale programs for patients without health insurance based upon program availability and eligibility such as family size and income.

Appointment Availability:

We offer routine appointments and same day appointments. Patient must call for an appointment.

Services Offered:
Annual Exam/Pap Smear, Asthma Management, Behavioral Health Services, Breast Cancer Screening, Chronic Disease Care, Congestive Heart Failure Management, Diabetes Management, Doctor or clinic, Flu Shot, Gynecological Exams, Hypertension Management, Immunizations, Insurance Enrollment, Mental Health, Optometry, Physical Exams, Primary Care, TB Tests, Urgent Care, Vision Testing


We serve older adults over the age of 60 years old. If a senior is homeless or disabled, we will see the patient beginning at age 55.