The Gary Burnstein Community Health Clinic is a free clinic in Pontiac, Michigan, United States. It provides primary free medical health and dental services to individuals who are low income and uninsured. The Burnstein free clinic faces strong demand due to high unemployment in Michigan.MissionOur Mission is to provide primary free medical health care and dental services to low income uninsured and underinsured families of our neighborhood community in a caring compassionate atmosphere regardless of race, religion, or creed.HistoryIn 1997, Dr. Gary Burnstein, a cardiologist, started caring for patients from a local shelter, in Pontiac, Michigan. Dr. Burnstein died in September 2003. His family took up his dream of providing healthcare access to the uninsured and officially founded the Dr. Gary Burnstein Community Health Clinic in October 2004.90 West University Building, Volunteers from the Kensington Community Church renovated a building into an operating medical clinic, dental clinic and pharmacy from January 2004 through October 2004. The clinic opened in October 2004. In 2005, a fire at the clinic forced the clinic to move temporarily to the Grace Centers of Hope church.The clinic reopened in December 2005. The volunteer medical team sees about 150 - 200 patients and fills 300-400 prescriptions per month. The clinic has four examination rooms, one procedure room, two dental examination rooms with x-ray capabilities, and a pharmacy-laboratory.45580 Woodward Ave Building, In 2013 the Robert S Peterson Foundation purchased a new building for the clinic. After a little over a year of fundraising and design construction began on the new building in October 2014 and the clinic moved into its new space in February of 2015. The new building has 7 medical exam rooms, 2 dental opratories, dental hygiene room, pharmacy, panoramic dental x-ray, educational room.