The Olympic clinic was a makeshift clinic set up between the Leonidaion and the Hippodrome in Olympia during the 428 BCE Olympic Games. The point of the area was marked by the statue of the healing god Asklepios set near its entrance.
During the Olympics, the judges Kallias and Demophanes hosted a feast at the Leonidaion, like they had for several seasons, to celebrate the Olympic Truce. In the celebrations of 428 BCE, however, the participants were poisoned. Alkibiades was also affected, though given how little he had ingested of the poison, it merely made him ill. While his friend the Spartan misthios Kassandra investigated and located the antidote for the poison, Alkibiades awaited her return at the clinic with Barnabas.