Community Programs

The East Hampton Healthcare Foundation and Healthcare Center
  • Emergency Prescription Program

    Administered by the East Hampton Healthcare Foundation through Park Place Chemists, the program can provide three-months of prescription medications for East Hampton Town residents unable to pay. For further information call 631-329-2425 for assistance.

  • Health Fairs

    Free health fairs from October through March of each year, are held on the first friday of each month through the auspices of Most Holy Trinity Church, East Hampton Healthcare Foundation and Stony Brook Southampton Hospital . Services can include cholesterol and blood pressure screening, enrollment for free mammography, pap smears and prostate screenings, nutrition counseling and other health services.

  • Pediatric & Adolescent Mental Health

    Several years ago, Dr. Gail Schonfeld and the staff of East End Pediatrics at the East Hampton Healthcare Center developed a program to identify and treat youngsters and their families before the advent of crises. This program has been ongoing thanks to the generosity of organizations such as Paddlers for Humanity, individuals in our community and the East Hampton Healthcare Foundation. Located in Suite D at the healthcare Center several days a week, youngsters and their families are seen by mental health professionals i.e., Eric J. Bartky, MD, Bryony Freij, LCSW and Kristin Guarino, LCSW. Please contact the offices of East End Pediatrics, 631-324-8030, for further information.



  • Primary Healthcare Services for Underserved Children and Adults

    For those unable to pay, the Foundation underwrites the cost of primary health services for East Hampton Town residents. These services are provided by several dedicated physicians in the East Hampton Healthcare Center. For an application and information, contact a bi-lingual benefits counselor at 631-329-2425.

  • Town-Wide Defibrillator Program

    Organized and administered by the East Hampton Village Volunteer Ambulance Association, this EHHF-sponsored program provides for free defibrillator placement and training throughout the entire town.

  • Past Community Grants

  • East Hampton Middle School Grant for "Bonac on Board to Wellness" Funded by EHHF for six years, the program was designed to encourage and educate students about fitness, nutrition and the benefits of healthy life choices.

  • i-Tri Grant Funded in 2011, this community-based intervention program in the Hamptons teaches at-risk adolescent girls self-respect, personal empowerment, positive body image and healthy lifestyles through the sport of triathlon.

  • The Retreat Grant

    A new initiative funded in 2012 expanded services in the town of East Hampton targeted to reach women experiencing or recovering from domestic violence, dating violence, sexual abuse, or stalking.

200 Pantigo Place, Suite M, East Hampton NY 11937, Phone: 631-324-8943 Fax: 631-907-0105