Flyer courtesy of Lackey Clinic
Virginia residents are getting the medical attention they need, even if they don’t have insurance.
Lackey Virtual Urgent Care is offering free services across the Commonwealth, according to a release from Lackey Clinic.
Through the healthcare center, community members can set up virtual appointments with volunteer doctors.
“Our program is designed to provide easier access for people with immediate needs who do not have a primary care physician,” Lackey Clinic CEO Larry Trumbore said in a release.
Based out of Yorktown, the non-profit enables people all over the state to chat with medical experts.
“The team at Lackey Clinic has set up a seamless telehealth platform and urgent care process that patients have continually said is easy to understand and use,” Dr. Sadhana Rajamoorthi from Vienna stated in a release.
Lackey Clinic is a member of the Virginia Association of Free and Charitable Clinics (VAFCC).
“Every person deserves access to basic healthcare services, and Virginia’s network of free and charitable clinics are there to provide accessible and inclusive services to those that fall through the gaps of the healthcare system,” said Rufus Phillips, CEO of the VAFCC. “The clinics serve as a safety net to those in need by providing patients with a medical home and a pathway to better health regardless of their ability to pay.”
Those interested in scheduling an appointment or volunteering may visit the Lackey Virtual Urgent Care website.
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