USA Today – ‘Lifelines’ to the vulnerable: Community health clinics to get $1B from Biden administration
“Our big challenge is that, while we have grown considerably over the recent years, the needs for our services continue to be high.” - Dr. Basim Khan, Executive Director Thank you to Nada Hassanein and USA Today for highlighting Neighborhood
WJLA News – Jay Korff: Health official applauds COVID booster but more people getting first shot more critical
“Booster shots will save lives. But convincing the unvaccinated to get vaccinated will save even more lives.” Thank you to Jay Korff and WJLA - ABC7 news for highlighting Neighborhood Health's continued outreach efforts to expand access to Covid-19 vaccines
Neighborhood Health, a non-profit federally qualified health center (FQHC) serving Alexandria, Arlington, and Fairfax County is providing primary care to newly arriving Afghan refugees in Northern Virginia. We are partnering with the three local resettlement organizations - Catholic Charities of
Few things are more critical to treating an illness than prescription medicines. Fortunately, there are effective medications today to help treat and stabilize most illnesses and chronic conditions. But most prescription medications are expensive, and they are beyond the reach
Neighborhood Health's Executive Director is featured on the National Association of Community Health Centers' new podcast - Health Centers on the Front Lines.
Neighborhood Health Hosts Roundtable Celebrating 56th Anniversary of the Medicaid and Medicare Programs Featuring Secretary of Health and Human Services Xavier Becerra
To mark the 56th anniversary of the Medicaid and Medicare programs, Neighborhood Health, a non-profit Federally Qualified Health Center (FQHC) that serves a predominately low-income and uninsured patient population in Northern Virginia welcomed Health and Human Services Secretary Xavier Becerra, Congressman Don Beyer,
Neighborhood Health has administered over 60,000 doses of Covid-19 vaccine! 85% have been to people of color and 79% to uninsured patients.
Dr. Corry Chapman, a long-time Neighborhood Health family medicine doctor, had a new patient—an uninsured middle- aged woman who had contracted Hepatitis C from a blood transfusion.
"Trust is critical because there’s a lot of misinformation out there. Sometimes people don’t know what to think so when they see others around them getting vaccinated and they’re doing ok, when they see people who they trust advise them