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Neighborhood Health Recognized for over 25 years of Providing Health Care to Under Resourced Communities in Northern Virginia

Alexandria, VA – Fairfax County Board Supervisor Dan Storck, who represents the Mount Vernon District, presented Neighborhood Health with a resolution from the Fairfax County Board of Supervisors recognizing the organization for its twenty-five years of service in Northern Virginia.

The Proclamation recognizes Neighborhood Health for providing access to high-quality primary medical, dental, and behavioral healthcare to low-income families in the City of Alexandria, Arlington County, and Fairfax County.

In presenting the resolution to Neighborhood Health’s Chief Executive Officer Dr. Basim Khan, Supervisor Storck expressed his and Board Chairman Jeff McKay’s appreciation to the staff and board members for their work to advance health equity and expand access to primary care for low-income and uninsured individuals in Northern Virginia. During his presentation, Supervisor Storck commented: “Over the last twenty-five years, Neighborhood Health has become an amazing patient-focused organization that is the major source of care for many Fairfax County residents and communities.”

Dr. Khan expressed his appreciation to Supervisor Storck and to the other members of the Fairfax County Board of Supervisors: “Our driving focus at Neighborhood Health has been, and continues to be, to expand access to primary care for low-income and uninsured residents of Northern Virginia. The reason we do this work is we all strongly believe that everyone in our community — regardless of their income, background, or whether or not they have insurance — deserves access to high quality and affordable healthcare.”

Neighborhood Health has grown from providing care to 1,500 patients at one clinic when it was founded in 1997, to serving over 37,000 patients, including more than 16,200 without health insurance, in fifteen clinics across the region in 2023.