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The Asian Health Initiative Free Clinic is located in Columbus, Ohio. The AHI Free Clinic is a collaboration between Asian American Community Services (AACS), local physicians, and medical, pharmacy, and undergraduate students from The Ohio State University.

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What is the Asian Health Initiative Free Clinic?

We are a free medical clinic run by Asian American Community Services. When you come into our clinic, you will be seen by a team of volunteer physicians alongside medical, pharmacy, and undergraduate students from The Ohio State University. 

We specialize in caring for Asian-American and Asian immigrant patients. We utilize in-person and electronic translation services and welcome non-English speaking patients.

We also specialize in caring for patients with Hepatitis B and offer a quarterly Hepatitis B Clinic. In addition, we offer free screenings for high-risk populations (e.g. Asian and Somali populations).

We’re committed to providing you and your loved ones with exceptional care in a compassionate and friendly atmosphere. 

Whether you’re coming in for a simple checkup or a more complex treatment regimen, our team will help you address all your health needs.


Mondays 5:30-9 PM

The OSU Rardin Family Practice Center
2231 North High Street
Columbus, OH 43201

Please schedule an appointment in advance by calling

(614) 216-9730

or emailing


At AHI Free Clinic, we serve the medically underserved, particularly for those who do not have health insurance, and are living below 250% Federal Poverty Level. 
We focus on providing the Asian population in central Ohio with linguistically appropriate health services. Schedule your appointment today for the whole family and see how our team can keep you and your loved ones healthy.


We provide free screenings and opportunities for vaccination for hepatitis B. If you are an Asian-American, Asian immigrant, or African immigrant and do not know your hepatitis B status, schedule a screening at AHI Free Clinic today!
We also provide ongoing, focused care for individuals with hepatitis B. We offer a hepatitis B clinic quarterly, in February, May, August, and November of each year.


Come see us for any general healthcare concerns. We often see seniors with chronic disease, offer medical services for diabetes, high cholesterol, high blood pressure, liver function, body pain, and similar health issues. Patients can also have their blood drawn, receive health education on diabetes, and have prescriptions written.



Mondays 5:30-9 PM

The OSU Rardin Family Practice Center
2231 North High Street
Columbus, OH 43201

Please schedule an appointment in advance by calling

(614) 216-9730 or emailing


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Schedule an appointment by calling (614) 216-9730 or emailing

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Email us at with any questions

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Learn more about our parent organization Asian American Community Services at


Who is AACS?

Asian American Community Services (AACS) is the premier non-profit community-based organization serving the needs of Asian, Asian American and Pacific Islanders in Central Ohio. Since 1976, AACS has led efforts to empower and develop the local Asian community through its expansive and proactive programs and services.

What does AACS do?

Asian Americans have been long labeled by mainstream American society as the “model minority” who have achieved greater socioeconomic success than any other minority group in the United States. However, Asian Americans are an incredibly diverse population, and the accomplishments of those visible to the mainstream have masked the struggles of particular groups within the community. Certain Asian ethnicities face poverty rates over two times that of the national average, low educational levels, and many other realities that are not reflected in the "model minority" myth.

These issues in the Asian community are rooted in cultural, educational, and language barriers. AACS seeks to raise awareness of these challenges in mainstream society and to create a better quality of life for all AAPI persons in Central Ohio regardless of citizenship status, cultural or ethnic background, socioeconomic level, or any other factor. To achieve these goals, we offer services in four major areas: Youth & Family, Health Care & Prevention, Community Education, and Interpreting & Translation.

Mission Statement

To improve the well-being and quality of life of Asian Americans and Asian immigrant families in Ohio by providing social services and empowering individuals through education, training and leadership.

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