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Thank you to everyone involved with the recent renovations and upgrades to the Free Clinic.
The Free Clinic of Culpeper remains closed this week to in-person appointments. Our staff continues to take calls, and hold appointments via Telehealth.
The Chief Medical Officers of the major health care organizations in Virginia have launched a campaign to send a message: Wear a mask.
We’ve earned a Gold Rating from the National Association of Free and Charitable Clinics Quality Standards Program.
Among the local nonprofits still operating and serving the public during the pandemic, the Free Clinic of Culpeper recently received an economic boost aimed at enhanced sanitation.
During the Give Local Piedmont campaign on May 5, 2020, gifts to the Free Clinic exceeded the campaign goal, thanks to the generosity of clinic donors.
Give Local Piedmont is a critical fundraiser for the Free Clinic, supporting our mission to offer medical care for low-income adults who don’t have health insurance. Early giving begins on April 21 and continues through May 5.
Please read through service changes related to routine appointments, concerns that require immediate attention, and medications.
As of March 17, 2020, the Free Clinic will be open as normal. If you have any symptoms of fever greater than 100.4 degrees, coughing, or shortness of breath, please call the clinic at 540-829-5032 before you come to the clinic. Two important reminders: Please remember...
New director Tammy LaGraffe brings a variety of public health experiences to the position.