Saltville Medical Center - Migrant Health Network Services
Saltville Medical Center - Migrant Health Network Services - Saltville Low Cost Clinic
308 W Main St
Saltville VA, 24370
Contact Name:Sarah Agron
Clinic Details:The Migrant Health Network (MHN) provides basic health services for migrant and seasonal farmworkers and their families in Southwest Virginia. A program of Southwest Virginia Community Health Systems, Inc., the MHN is funded by the Bureau of Primary Care, Migrant Health Division.
Details: The Greene Care Clinic is a nonprofit corporation registered in Virginia. It is an IRS 501(c)(3) organization, and contributions made to the Clinic are tax deductible. The Clinic also is registered with the Virginia Office of Consumer Affairs. Our mission is to provide healthcare to residents of Greene County who are uninsured and whose income is below 300% of the Federal Poverty Level.
Details: Chesapeake Care Clinic's mission is to provide medical and dental services to the low-income and underserved individuals in Hampton Roads in order to fulfill our vision to improve the quality of life in our community.
Details: In its heyday, Fulton was known as the epicenter for African Americans in Richmond’s Far East End. Historic Fulton, as it is known today, had many African American owned grocery stores, department stores, a library, and many other amenities found in any small city suburb. It even had medical practices, although segregated. The community thrived for many years until the early 1970s brought floods from the James River which nearly wiped out Historic Fulton. In fact, nearly all the residents were given relocation funding to help them move away from Fulton. Following that exodus, many of the amenities found in Fulton also disappeared and the once vibrant Fulton community was demolished. Now, several years later, many of the Historic Fulton residents want to bring back the community their parents built and that many of them enjoyed as youth and adults. This included a community once again being anchored with a medical home for its residents. Hence, the Greater Fulton Community Medical Center was born out of this desire to bring back medical resources near where the current residents live, work, and play. (Greater Fulton Community is comprised of Historic Fulton, Fulton Hill, and the adjacent community of Montrose Heights.) Indeed, the Greater Fulton Community Medical Center has reinvigorated the vibrancy Historic Fulton and surrounding communities need to keep their bodies, minds, and souls healthy as they look to the future.
Details: Our Mission: We embrace health and wellness as the foundation for quality of life, and we dedicate ourselves to providing the highest level of health care to all those who ordinarily lack access to it within our community.
Details: Our mission is to provide equal access to primary medical care and medication assistance to low income, uninsured and under-insured residents of Orange County, Virginia who do not have the resources to afford their basic health care needs. The Orange County Free Clinic opened 2006 as 501 C 3 Non-Profit organization to provide basic health care to qualifying adult individuals, those who are uninsured, underinsured and have incomes at or below 200% of the federal poverty level. The idea for starting a free clinic in Orange County was inspired by a group of committed physicians and community leaders sensitive to the lack of access to health care for low income, uninsured residents. Between July and December of 2006 there were 86 registered patients. To put it in perspective we have over 4,700 patients registered today. In 2007, the Orange County Health Department gave the Clinic borrowed space to operate on Tuesday nights for walk-in patients. Today, the Clinic operates in space located in the Silk Mill Complex. In-kind donations from Laboratory Corporation of America (LabCorp) and Culpeper Regional Hospital followed as did a partnership between Orange Pharmacy, Wilderness Pharmacy and Rappahannock – Rapidan Community Services Board. The relationship between many of these early community partners and the OCFC remains strong to this day. In 2009, the OCFC became a member of the Virginia Association of Free and Charitable Clinics. In 2011 the clinic became a member of the Orange County Chamber of Commerce. In 2016, The OCFC moved to a larger facility in the Town of Orange, Orange Virginia, 101 C Woodmark Street, providing easier accessibility, expanded hours, services and additional staff. This tremendous opportunity happened through the hard work and sponsorship of many generous and caring individuals!
Details: Our Mission: To provide skilled, compassionate healthcare and counseling to the medically disadvantaged in a manner that honors the name of Jesus Christ. Our Vision: That all may know the love of Jesus Christ through loving healthcare, wellness, and hope.
Details: We coordinate visits, medications, tests, surgeries, and often transportation for thousands of people struggling with emergency, acute and chronic medical conditions. We ensure that all treatments are provided at no cost to our patients. The LFC is funded entirely by grants and donations, and supported by a network of community organizations as well as a loving and dedicated group of volunteers who staff our daytime and evening clinics to meet this critical need in our community.
Details: We understand your pregnancy decision may be difficult. Do you have all the information you need to make a fully-informed choice? We can help. Make an appointment today for confidential, compassionate help.
Details: Park Place Health & Dental Clinic, Inc. is a 501 (c) (3) organization that seeks to serve the dental needs of adult citizens within our tri-city area. Our primary mission of the Clinic is to provide excellent dental care in the areas of extractions, fillings and cleanings to the homeless, low-income and uninsured to our residents based on eligibility. We strive to be a positive impact in the community through our dental services and community involvement.