The Community Health Center of the New River Valley (CHC) in Christiansburg has become the first federally-qualified health care center in Virginia to partner with Richmond-based Rx Partnership (RxP) to provide affordable generic medications to qualified, low-income, uninsured residents through RxP’s Access to Medication Program (AMP). The AMP program reduces overall costs and creates efficiencies by centralizing pharmacy services… Continue Reading
We are honored to receive this Award recognizing the staff’s commitment to providing thoroughly integrated medical, dental, and mental health services. This integrated approach to health care has been especially beneficial to the Center’s diabetic patients – dramatically increasing the percentage of diabetic patients who have now controlled their diabetes.
We’re excited to announce as of January 14, 2019 our Dublin Center on Ruebush Road is now open! Dental services are also available in our Christiansburg and Giles Centers and include: oral examinations, cleanings, x-rays, fillings, extractions, crowns, bridges, partials and dentures. We offer emergency dental appointments and see pediatric patients – ages 3 and… Continue Reading
David Roberts, M.D., GYN, Chief Medical Officer of the Community Health Center of the New River Valley speaks with WSLS about heart health and women. https://www.wsls.com/news/virginia/new-river-valley/heart-month-spreading-awareness-of-women-and-heart-disease
WASHINGTON, D.C. – Today, U.S. Senators Mark R. Warner and Tim Kaine announced $1,914,251 in federal funding through the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) for the Free Clinic of the New River Valley in Christiansburg. This funding will allow the clinic to provide quality health care and dental services to individuals who cannot… Continue Reading
January 1, 2019Liz Kirchner In Virginia, nearly four hundred thousand low-income people were stuck in the health care coverage gap: unable to get quality, affordable coverage through the federal insurance marketplace because they don’t make enough money, but unable qualify for Medicaid because they make too much. In June of this year, Virginia voted in… Continue Reading