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Provider/ProgramType of ProgramContact InfoPopulation ServedCost/FeeCriteriaReferralDescription
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7th District Health and Wellness InitiativeWellness Center2405 Jefferson Avenue, Richmond, VA 23223; 804-644-4496; dickseeley@gmail.com; seventhdistricthi@gmail.comResidents of Richmond's East DistrictFree7th district residentsnoneActively promoting the physical, emotional, social, spiritual, and environmental well-being of all residents of Richmond’s East District.
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Bon Secours Community HospitalHospital1500 N 28th Street, Richmond, VA 23223, 804-225-1700, Patient Advocacy, 804-545-3239, richmond.bonsecours.comInsured, Medicaid, MedicareBased on services and insuranceInsured, Medicaid, Medicareby appointment, emergency servicesFull service hospital serving Richmond area offering range of clinics and services including emergency, women's health, pediatrics, diabetes care clinic, wound care, and more
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Richmond Promise NeighborhoodCommunity Organization2922 W Marshall St, Richmond, VA, 23230, rvapromise.orgFamilies of students at Fairfield Court and Woodville Elementary SchoolsFreeResident of East End with children at Fairfield Court or WoodvilleNoneA coalition of community residents and leaders from private, non-profit and public sector agencies currently working to engage all East End resident children and their parents into an achievement program based on tangible goals, including matriculation to college, strong physical and mental health outcomes for children as well as retention of meaningful employment and parenting education resources.
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CHIP of RichmondPrevention services2325 West Broad Street Richmond, VA23220 Chipofrichmond.org Familylifeline.org Community Liaison Sandra Uhorchuk 249.5414 suhorchuk@familylifeline.orgLow income expecting parents and parents of children up to 6FreeLow income, parentsCall Sandra UhorchukPrimary and secondary prevention services for pregnant women and families with children up to 6 years old. Asthma care management for children up to 18 years old. Provides transportation support to medical appointments. Home visits. Behavioral health services
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Fan Free ClinicPrevention services1010 N. Thompson Street Richmond, VA 23230 (804) 358-8538 Fanfreeclinic.orgLow income FreeResident of Richmond or surrounding counties, 200% or less of federal poverty level, must bring proof of income and residency informationby appointmentCoordination of access to medical, social, educational, legal, dental, employment and other community services.
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Daily PlanetFree clinic, FQHC517 W. Grace Street Richmond, VA 23220 (804) 783-0678 Dailyplanetva.orgLow income and homeless, insured, uninsured, MedicaidSliding scale payment for self-pay patients, accepts insuranceMeets financial need for self-pay patientssame-day, next-day firstcome first-serveThe Daily Planet’s Primary Medical Clinic is a full service healthcare provider. Services include: physicals, diabetes testing/management, asthma/nebulizer treatments, lab testing, routine gynecological (PAPS & pregnancy testing), TB testing, HIV testing & counseling as well as referrals for other needed medical treatment.
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Richmond Area High Blood Pressure CenterFree clinic1200 W. Cary Street Richmond, VA 23220 (804) 359-9375 Rahbpc.orgLow income, high blood pressure, high blood sugarFreeMeets financial need 200% poverty, has hypertension above 120/80 or blood sugar over 100 or cholesterol over 200By referral from other providers (PCP, ED, outreach services)Comprehensive medical care for hypertension, high cholesterol and diabetes for the uninsured.
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Richmond City Health DistrictPrevention services400 E. Cary Street 23220 (804) 482- 5500 www.vdh.state.va.us/LHD/richmondcityLow income Richmond city residentsFee based on service providedRichmond residentWalk-ins accepted, appointments preferredResource Centers provide free women's health screenings, STD screenings, BLING – teen support group, Women’s support group, line dancing, car seats, HIV testing, healthy baby group, parenting class, budgeting class.
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VCU Children's PavilionHospital1001 E. Marshall Street Richmond, VA 23298 (804) 828-2467 Chrichmond.orgMedicaid, insurance accepted; VCC program for uninsuredBased on services and insuranceChildren and adolescentsBy appointmentPediatric and adolescent medical care
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VCU OB/GYN Nelson ClinicHospital401 N. 115th Street Richmond, Virginia 23219 (804)-828-4409Medicaid, insurance accepted; VCC program for uninsuredBased on services and insuranceWomenBy appointmentWomen’s Health Clinic
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Vernon J. Harris Medical and Dental Center (Capital Areal Health Network)Prevention services2711 Byron Street Richmond, VA 23223 (804)525-1820Insured, uninsured, Medicaid, MedicareBased on services and insuranceFamilies, individualsBy appointmentPatient services include primary medical care, dental care, HIV/AIDS prevention and treatment, medication, mental health care and social services.
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Bon Secours Care-A-VanPrevention services804-287-7VANUninsured, low-incomeFreeFamilies, individualsFirst come first serveFree general medical care, first come first serve, location varies monthly
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CrossOver ClinicPrevention services804-233-5016Uninsured, low-incomeVisit fee $15Must be uninsured and show proof of income to meet financial requirementsBy appointmentPrimary care for adults and children. Also provides vision, dental, behavioral services, HIV testing. Free referral agreements to other specialists as needed
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Dominion Medical: Damian Covington MD, Tasha Dickerson MD, Richard Jackson MD: Family PracticePrevention services1510 North 28th Street 804-225-7177Medicaid, insurance, Medicare, VCC accepted; uninsured with feeAccepts Medicare, Medicaid, VCC. Uninsured initial visit $65 + labsFamilies, individualsBy appointmentProvides primary care
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Dr. Smith at Richmond Community HospitalVision services1510 N 28th Street 804-225-7286Medicaid, FAMIS acceptedAccepts Medicaid, FAMISFamilies, individualsBy appointmentVision care, in office Tuesday and Wednesday
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Richmond Medical Center for WomenWomen's Health118 N Boulevard 804-359-5066Insurance acceptedBased on services and insuranceWomenBy appointmentWomen's health care
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St. Joseph's Outreach ClinicMedical care8000 Brook Road, Richmond, VA, 23227 804-612-Uninsured, low incomeClinic to insured and uninsured, need 3 months of pay stubs and bank statementsAppointment onlyClinic
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