Welcome to Project CARE

Our Mission:

To expand health care access and improve health outcomes for uninsured residents of the Greater Virginia Peninsula by demonstrating the value of community collaboration in an accountable health care program that utilizes the charitable gifts of a network of voluntary providers.

Video of patients and doctors talking about Project CARE (click to view)

The Health Journal Video of Executive Director Nicole Lee (click to view)

Who We Are:

Project CARE is an organization of free clinics, sliding scale clinics, physicians, and hospital partners working together to help those without insurance and with an income at or below 200% of the Federal Poverty Level get the health care services they need. We are not an insurance company, but rather a network of providers who volunteer their services for our patients.

What We Do:

We connect patients referred to us with primary care providers, enabling them to get the regular care they need. If patients require testing or specialist physician services, we work with our partners to connect them at no cost to the patient for the donated services.

Who We Serve:

Project CARE of the Greater Virginia Peninsula serves the residents of Hampton, Newport News, Williamsburg, Tappahannock, and the counties of James City, York, New Kent, King William, King and Queen, Essex, Middlesex, Mathews, and Gloucester.

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