Clinic Ascends to Full Membership Status
The VAFCC is excited to announce that Living Water Community Clinic in Locust Grove is now a full clinic member of the association. A mark of distinction, this designation for not only highlights Living Water Community Clinic's commitment to serving Virginia's sickest and most vulnerable patients, but also how the clinic meets best practice membership standards for nonprofit management and patient care.
“We are proud to become a full member of the Virginia Association of Free and Charitable Clinics and know it will help us extend and strengthen our impact in our community,” said Debbie McInnis, Living Water Community Clinic executive director. Serving the counties of Orange, Culpeper and Spotsylvania, Living Water Community Clinic treats low-income patients without insurance or who are underinsured. Opened in May 2016, the free clinic provides primary medical care, counseling, medications, diagnostic tests and referrals to specialists for additional diagnostic tests. It successfully added a dental clinic in May 2021.
“The Living Water Community Clinic team provides much needed care to hundreds of patients every year,” Rufus Phillips, CEO of the VAFCC. “The clinic's medical professionals and volunteers step up every day for vulnerable people living in their community. We look forward to working alongside the clinic's team to help more Virginians access quality healthcare regardless of their ability to pay.”
Living Water Community Clinic is one of sixty member free and charitable clinics in the VAFCC's membership. You can learn more about the mission of the Virginia Association of Free and Charitable Clinics as well as our members.