Ensuring Equitable Access to Covid-19 At-Home Self Test Kits
Neighborhood Health has been distributing free COVID-19 at-home self test kits to our low-income patients at this critical time when tests are hard to find and necessary for making decisions about isolation, quarantine, and returning to work and school. Our
Neighborhood Health Opens New Clinic in Annandale, Virginia
Neighborhood Health has opened a new clinic in Annandale, Virginia.
Neighborhood Health: Key Partner to Fairfax County Covid-19 Response
Neighborhood Health is grateful to be acknowledged in Fairfax County Board of Supervisors Chairman Jeff McKay’s 2022 State of the County address.
WAMU 88.5 – D.C. Region Continues To Struggle With Disparities In Vaccine and Testing Access
Thank you to WAMU 88.5 for highlighting Neighborhood Health's efforts to ensure equitable access to Covid-19 vaccine in low-income communities and to people of color.
National Minority Quality Forum – The COVID Diaries: Neighborhood Health
Executive Director Dr. Basim Khan was interviewed about how Neighborhood Health acted quickly to prioritize the lives and safety of its community members when the COVID-19 pandemic struck Northern Virginia.
Virginia Mercury – More than 35,000 children were vaccinated in the first week of Virginia’s pediatric rollout
Neighborhood Health's Executive Director Dr. Basim Khan was interviewed by the Virginia Mercury for this article on the pediatric Covid-19 vaccine rollout in Virginia. The article features photos of a Neighborhood Health pop-up vaccine clinic at The Pavilion at Mark
Kojo In Our Community: Are We Addressing Gaps In Health Care?
Neighborhood Health's Executive Director Dr. Basim Khan joined WAMU 88.5's Kojo Nnamdi in a Facebook Live panel discussion about disparities in our health care system and what is being done to address them.
WAMU 88.5 – Helping Afghan Refugees Start A New Life In The D.C. Region
WAMU 88.5 highlights Neighborhood Health's work to provide primary medical care to newly arrived Afghan refugees in the Northern Virginia area.
Brookings – The challenge of addressing the health care needs of Afghan evacuees
Stuart Butler and Nehath S. Sheriff from The Brookings Institution for covering the organizations around the country working to meet the health care needs of newly arrived Afghan evacuees including Neighborhood Health.
WJLA-TV – ‘So much need’: Neighborhood Health provides primary care to Afghan refugees in Virginia
Heather Graf from WJLA-TV highlights our partnership with Lutheran Immigration and Refugee Service, Catholic Charities Diocese of Arlington, and Ethiopian Community Development Council, Inc. to provide primary health care to newly arrived Afghan refugees in Northern Virginia.