Beyond our clinics at the Health Sciences Center, the School of Dentistry also offers dental care through community clinics in Philadelphia.

KleinLife Clinic for Elderly Patients and Community Members

The KleinLife Clinic for Elderly Patients and Community Members, part of the Jewish community center in Northeast Philadelphia, was established to provide affordable, accessible, high-quality comprehensive care to both the members of the community center as well as the surrounding area. To schedule an appointment, contact the phone number below. Walk-ins are also welcome.

The clinic accepts most insurance plans. School of Dentistry discount plans are available. As a designated provider for Holocaust survivors, uninsured patients may be eligible to receive free dental care.


To make an appointment, please call 215-464-1704 between 8 a.m. and 5 p.m., Wednesdays and Thursdays. 

KleinLife Clinic for Elderly Patients and Community Members​
10100 Jamison Ave.
Philadelphia, PA 19116

WIC and Head Start

The School of Dentistry’s Women, Infants and Children (WIC) and Head Start programs are offered for children ages 5 and younger who have never seen a dentist or who have not been to a dentist within six months of your clinic date. At the WIC offices, caregivers gain  

  • dental education,
  • nutritional counseling and 
  • vouchers for the purchase of nutritional foods for children.


For questions about the WIC and Head Start programs, please contact
Theresa Hopkins, family and community development coordinator.
Phone: 215-707-7085