CVS Health encourages patients to pick up medications and supplies as Hurricane Sally approaches

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Across CVS Health, we’re actively preparing for Hurricane Sally’s landfall in the Gulf Coast region. Our priority is the safety of our employees, customers, and members, and we’re committed to providing our communities access to the products and services they need to prepare for the storm.  Our stores comply with all local evacuation orders and we’ll re-open any closed stores as soon as it is safe to do so. If a store is forced to close for two or more days, the pharmacy’s phone lines will be rerouted to a nearby open CVS Pharmacy so patients may continue to access their prescriptions.

As Hurricane Sally approaches, CVS Pharmacy has been reaching out to its patients via text message and email where possible to remind them to refill prescriptions. In addition, through CVS Caremark, CVS Health’s pharmacy benefit manager, the company has activated a process to provide one-time emergency refills of a 10-day supply of medication for plan members in impacted areas. Patients within the emergency area taking specialty medications filled by CVS Specialty will be contacted to discuss alternate delivery arrangements, if needed. And through our Aetna Business Unit, our clinical response teams have expanded their engagement with Medicare and Commercial members in potentially impacted counties in Louisiana, Mississippi, Alabama, and Florida to ensure member safety, access to emergency services and continuity of care.

CVS Health also offers the following tips for assuring prescription needs are met for those potentially impacted by Hurricane Sally:

  • Follow local evacuation orders. Get to a safe location first and refill your medications at the nearest pharmacy. This allows you to avoid potentially long lines at your local pharmacy, and you won’t need to needlessly delay your evacuation.

  • Take a waterproof bag with your current medication – even if the bottle is empty. The information on the prescription label will help pharmacy staff with refill requests. Heat, humidity and sunlight can degrade the effectiveness of medicine, so try to protect it from extreme weather conditions.

  • Keep a written record of your current prescriptions in your valuable papers files. If you are taking several prescription drugs, it’s an especially good idea to keep a record of your current dosage and doctor’s contact information.

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CVS Health encourages patients to pick up medications and supplies in advance of Hurricane Laura

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Across CVS Health, we’re actively preparing for hurricane activity in the Gulf Coast region. Our priority is the safety of our employees, customers, and members, and we’re committed to providing our communities access to the products and services they need to prepare for the storm.  Our stores comply with all local evacuation orders and we’ll re-open any closed stores as soon as it is safe to do so. If a store is forced to close for two or more days, the pharmacy’s phone lines will be rerouted to a nearby open CVS Pharmacy so patients may continue to access their prescriptions.

In advance of Hurricane Laura, CVS Pharmacy has been reaching out to its patients via text message and email where possible to remind them to refill prescriptions. In addition, through CVS Caremark, CVS Health’s pharmacy benefit manager, the company has activated a process that allows it to provide one-time emergency refills of a 10-day supply of medication for plan members in impacted areas. Patients within the emergency area taking specialty medications filled by CVS Specialty will be contacted to discuss alternate delivery arrangements, if needed. And through our Aetna Business Unit, our clinical response teams have expanded their engagement with Medicare and Commercial members in potentially impacted counties in Texas, Louisiana and Mississippi to ensure member safety, access to emergency services and continuity of care.

CVS Health also offers the following tips for assuring prescription needs are met for those potentially impacted by Hurricane Laura:

  • Follow local evacuation orders. Get to a safe location first and refill your medications at the nearest pharmacy. This allows you to avoid potentially long lines at your local pharmacy, and you won’t need to needlessly delay your evacuation.

  • Take a waterproof bag with your current medication – even if the bottle is empty. The information on the prescription label will help pharmacy staff with refill requests. Heat, humidity and sunlight can degrade the effectiveness of medicine, so try to protect it from extreme weather conditions.

  • Keep a written record of your current prescriptions in your valuable papers files. If you are taking several prescription drugs, it’s an especially good idea to keep a record of your current dosage and doctor’s contact information.

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New Orleans was hit hard by COVID-19

New Orleans was hit hard by COVID-19
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New Orleans was hit hard by COVID-19: music, tourism, and residents alike. We spoke with Dr. Meghan Maslanka (Physician, LSU Medical Center) who worked alongside local officials, like Congressman Cedric Richmond, to retrofit the New Orleans Convention Center as a backup medical monitoring facility to relieve a potential overflow of patients at the city’s hospitals. We also spoke to Leslie Sparks, Shardae Pierre, Kevin Storm, Michael Ogbonna, and Katelyn Schehr from the pharmacy side, who provided support at the Convention Center.


Teaming up to fight the pandemic in New Orleans

New Orleans is no stranger to adversity, and relies on its deep community roots to unite residents as they band together to respond to the pandemic. In this month’s podcast episode, we spoke to Danielle Taylor, a CVS Pharmacy District Leader and both of her parents, Jessie and Thais Ardouin, who were hospitalized at the same time with COVID-19. We also hear from Reinaldo Martinez, a CVS store manager, who is coping with loss in his family and leaning on his love of New Orleans, his coworkers, and staying busy with work to cope.

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Addressing food insecurity in local communities

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Families across the country are facing significant challenges as they work to keep people safe and healthy during the COVID-19 pandemic. Unfortunately, for many families, these health concerns are coming hand-in-hand with an unfamiliar worry: food insecurity. Lost jobs, reduced incomes and loss of access to school lunches have left many struggling with having enough to eat. Across the country, local nonprofits are stepping up with expanded services and innovative approaches to meet the sudden surge of need in their communities — and CVS Health is joining them to help. CVS Health and The CVS Health Foundation have provided more than $900,000 to organizations in local communities working to provide food to vulnerable populations, especially school-aged children, seniors, and the uninsured.

A $250,000 grant to Feeding America supported efforts to pack and deploy emergency food boxes to high-need areas across the country, including Florida, Georgia, Louisiana, New York and Washington. These boxes will help local food banks provide children, families, and seniors with the food and nutrition they need, even as the need for food assistance increases.

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Many other organizations have developed entirely new approaches to respond to the unique needs created by COVID-19 and CVS Health is proud to support this work in the communities we serve. In Kansas City, Missouri, Feed Northland Kids received a grant of $20,000 to develop Community Food Kits. With shelf-stable foods, these kits are provided to families through in-school pantries, which will help address food insecurity among school-age children. And in Austin, Texas, a $25,000 grant to the Central Texas Food Bank helped the organization shift to a drive-through model to allow clients to still receive food while ensuring safety for clients, staff, and volunteers. Safety is a top concern at many nonprofits; Community Servings in Jamaica Plain, Massachusetts, used a $15,000 grant to streamline operations and continue to distribute more than 2,000 food boxes in April, even without the assistance of the as many as 75 volunteers they previously relied on each day.

The COVID-19 pandemic has created an unprecedented need and continues to present unique challenges in meeting that need. At CVS Health, we’re proud to support the local organizations that are rising to the challenge to continue to feed their communities.

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CVS Health to provide ‘pop up’ pharmacy support for temporary COVID-19 medical monitoring facility at New Orleans Convention Center

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WOONSOCKET, R.I. — In coordination with Governor John Bel Edward’s administration, Mayor LaToya Cantrell and state health officials, CVS Health (NYSE: CVS) today established a temporary CVS Pharmacy to support the medical monitoring facility inside the Ernest N. Morial Convention Center. The move is part of a larger state plan to use the convention center as a 1,000 bed coronavirus facility designed to ease the strain on New Orleans area hospitals preparing to treat an anticipated surge in COVID-19 patients. 

The ‘pop up’ CVS Pharmacy, which will operate from 8:00 AM to 4:00 PM daily from an off-site location near the convention center, includes a rotating group of 26 full-and part-time CVS Health pharmacists and pharmacist technicians. They will assist with providing maintenance medication and offering counseling where needed for COVID-19 patients who do not require a ventilator or ICU and have been transferred from New Orleans area hospitals to the convention center, in an effort to increase hospital capacity for more severe COVID-19 cases.

The temporary pharmacy is not open to the general public, and is in place to deliver dedicated support to the state’s medical monitoring facility.

“We’ve demonstrated an ongoing commitment to supporting the citizens of New Orleans, especially in times of need,” said Jeffrey Schmidt, Senior Vice President, CVS Health. “Pharmacies are a critical resource for communities managing through the COVID-19 pandemic, and we’ll continue to be here for customers and patients in New Orleans and throughout the country.”

As a leading national health care company with a local presence, CVS Health has continued to support the New Orleans community in times of urgent need. In the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina in 2005, for example, the company’s employees were on the front lines of aiding in the relief and recovery efforts. Most recently, the company delivered $25,000 grants to both Second Harvest Food Bank and the Greater New Orleans Foundation. These grants are in addition to a $250,000 contribution to Feeding America, which is responding to the pandemic by distributing emergency food boxes to its network of 200 food banks in New Orleans and across the country to support vulnerable populations.

More information on steps CVS Health has already taken to address the COVID-19 pandemic — including waiving charges for home delivery of prescription medications and making diagnostic testing and Aetna-covered telemedicine visits available with no co-pay — is available at the company’s frequently updated COVID-19 resource center.

About CVS Health

CVS Health employees are united around a common goal of becoming the most consumer-centric health company in the world. We’re evolving based on changing consumer needs and meeting people where they are, whether that’s in the community at one of our nearly 10,000 local touchpoints, in the home, or in the palm of their hand. Our newest offerings – from HealthHUB® locations that are redefining what a pharmacy can be, to innovative programs that help manage chronic conditions – are designed to create a higher-quality, simpler and more affordable experience. Learn more about how we’re transforming health at http://www.cvshealth.com.

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CVS Health combines “Guardian Angel” and Unite Us programs to support opioid overdose victims in North Carolina

CVS Health combines “Guardian Angel” and Unite Us programs to support opioid overdose victims in North Carolina
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Collaboration with Unite Us also expanded to serve vulnerable community members in New Orleans and Tampa Bay

WOONSOCKET, R.I. — According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), more than 130 people die every day from opioid overdoses. For those individuals who suffer an overdose and are fortunate enough to survive, the event can serve as a turning point on the road to recovery.

To help people when they are potentially the most open to treatment, CVS Health (NYSE: CVS) is enhancing the "Guardian Angel" program, which is designed to help individuals who suffer an opioid-related overdose. In North Carolina, the Guardian Angel program will now be supported by CVS Health's collaboration with Unite Us, a leading social care coordination platform. Through this combination, clinical case managers can use the Unite Us network of social services to connect individuals with non-clinical support that can aid their recovery, such as community resources to help with housing, food insecurity and financial assistance.

"The Guardian Angel program already has a high engagement rate of about 50 percent because it connects with people in a compassionate way during the time when they need it most," said Dr. Daniel Knecht, Vice President, Health Strategy and Innovation, CVS Health. "We recognize that whether a person is successfully able to fight addiction is not solely determined by the medical treatment that they receive. Through the Unite Us network of social care providers, people can more easily access support within their community and have a better chance of recovery."

Since the Guardian Angel program was launched by Aetna, a CVS Health company, in 2018, clinical case managers have connected with nearly 1,000 Aetna members who have suffered an overdose as well as their families, providing education and resources around the effectiveness of evidence-based addiction treatment. Members who have been contacted live in every part of the country and range in age from 16 to 79 years old (with an average age of 45).

The clinical case managers that participate in the Guardian Angel program will also be a part of the NCCARE360 network in North Carolina. NCCARE360 is the first statewide network that unites health care and human services organizations with a shared technology, Unite Us, that enables a coordinated, community-oriented, person-centered approach for delivering care. NCCARE360 is planned to be available statewide in North Carolina by the end of 2020.

Helping improve community health in New Orleans and Tampa Bay

In addition to integrating the Guardian Angel and Unite Us programs in North Carolina, CVS Health and Unite Us also launched programs in New Orleans and Tampa Bay, Florida to help Aetna's Medicaid and Dual Eligible (people eligible for both Medicaid and Medicare) members more easily access social services within their community. Working with Unite Us, Aetna's Dual-Eligible Special Needs Plan (DSNP) members in these communities can receive help from a wide range of services through local organizations - transportation, food assistance and meal delivery, adult day care, employment services and housing support, among others.

"Improving health starts at the community level, and most of that work needs to take place outside of a doctor's office," said Dr. Garth Graham, Vice President, Community Health & Impact, CVS Health. "Our collaboration with Unite Us allows us to support some of the most vulnerable members of the community, providing them with the local resources that they need to improve their everyday lives."

CVS Health's continued work with Unite Us is a key component of Destination: Health, a series of business programs focused on helping people improve their health outside of a clinical setting.

"We're excited and inspired by the progress and impact of the Destination Health initiative as it expands through the country," says Taylor Justice, Co-Founder and President of Unite Us. "It is encouraging to see the local community support as our teams continue to launch networks in Tampa and New Orleans to support Aetna's DSNP members, as well as combining the Guardian Angel and Unite Us programs in North Carolina."

About CVS Health

CVS Health employees are united around a common goal of becoming the most consumer-centric health company in the world. We're evolving based on changing consumer needs and meeting people where they are, whether that's in the community at one of our nearly 10,000 local touchpoints, in the home, or in the palm of their hand. Our newest offerings from HealthHUB locations that are redefining what a pharmacy can be, to innovative programs that help manage chronic conditions are designed to create a higher-quality, simpler and more affordable experience. Learn more about how we're transforming health at http://www.cvshealth.com.

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From California to Connecticut, Investing in Health at the Local Level

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In Davidson, North Carolina, chronically ill community members will have increased access to essential services. In West Chester, Pennsylvania, more of the local uninsured population will be able to participate in a non-opioid pain management program.

Those city’s free health clinics, along with nearly 130 others from California to Connecticut, will be better able to meet their community’s health needs thanks to nearly $3 million in grants from CVS Health and its Foundation to the National Association of Free & Charitable Clinics (NAFC) and their members.

The grants furthers Aetna and CVS Health’s commitment to building healthier communities by investing in health at the local level, as these clinics will help better manage chronic disease, provide more wraparound services to address the social determinants of health, support treatment and prevention of substance abuse, including opioids and tobacco, and more.

Ranging from $10,000 – 20,000 each, the grants will be distributed to Free & Charitable Clinics in California, Connecticut, Florida, Georgia, Illinois, Kentucky, Louisiana, North Carolina, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, Tennessee, Texas, Virginia and Washington.

“Taking on these root causes of poor health will help us create lasting change towards health equity in America,” – Nicole Lamoureux, President & CEO of the NAFC.

The new funds bring the company and the CVS Health Foundation’s total contribution to NAFC to nearly $8 million since 2015.

Supporting Aetna and CVS Health’s combined goals of improving outcomes and lowering costs, more than 17,000 patients across the country had access to needed health care in 2018 as a result of last year’s NAFC grants funding. Two grantees alone saved their local hospitals $9.7 million by providing primary care to patients who would otherwise rely on the emergency room.

For more information on how the Free and Charitable Clinics will be utilizing their grants to improve community health, visit www.cvshealth.com/NAFC.

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MinuteClinic Launches New Virtual Care Offering in Seven Additional States

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MinuteClinic Video Visits are available 24 hours a day, seven days a week through the CVS Pharmacy App

WOONSOCKET, R.I. — CVS Health (NYSE: CVS) today announced that MinuteClinic, the company’s retail medical clinic, has rolled out its new virtual health care offering in seven additional states. People with minor illnesses and injuries, skin conditions and other wellness needs can now seek care through MinuteClinic Video Visits, a telehealth offering, in the states of Delaware, Kentucky, Louisiana, Nebraska, Rhode Island, Utah and Vermont. MinuteClinic Video Visits provide patients with access to care 24 hours a day, seven days a week from their mobile device.

“We’re excited to introduce MinuteClinic Video Visits to people in seven additional states,” said Marc-David Munk, MD, MPH, MHCM, Chief Medical Officer, CVS MinuteClinic and Associate Chief Medical Officer, CVS Health. “At CVS Health, we’re committed to delivering high-quality care when and where our patients need it and at prices they can afford. This new MinuteClinic service offers even more patients access to an innovative, on-demand health care option right from their cell phone.” 

MinuteClinic has been testing telehealth as a method of increasing access to care in recent years. During the initial phase of testing, a CVS Health study found that 95 percent of patients who opted to receive a telehealth visit were highly satisfied with the quality of care they received.Polinski, J. M., Barker, T., Gagliano, N., Sussman, A., Brennan, T. A., & Shrank, W. H. (2016). Patients’ Satisfaction with and Preference for Telehealth Visits. Journal of General Internal Medicine, 31(3), 269–275. http://doi.org/10.1007/s11606-015-3489-x  In the same study, 95 percent of patients were satisfied with the convenience of using the telehealth service and the overall telehealth experience. Those results led the company to develop MinuteClinic Video Visits. 

Working collaboratively with Teladoc (NYSE: TDOC), the global leader in virtual care, and leveraging Teladoc’s technology platform, patients can receive care via a MinuteClinic Video Visit, initiated through the CVS Pharmacy app. Patients who opt to seek care through a fully customized MinuteClinic Video Visit experience the same high-quality, evidence-based care they receive at traditional MinuteClinic locations inside select CVS Pharmacy and Target stores.

A video visit can be used to care for patients ages two years and up who are seeking treatment for a minor illness, minor injury, or a skin condition. Each patient will complete a health questionnaire, then be matched to a board-certified health care provider licensed in their state, who will review the completed questionnaire with the patient’s medical history, and proceed with the video-enabled visit.

During a MinuteClinic Video Visit, the provider will assess the patient’s condition and determine the appropriate course of treatment following evidence-based clinical care guidelines. For patients who require a prescription as part of their treatment plan, the provider will submit the prescription to the patient’s preferred pharmacy. If it is determined the patient should be seen in person for follow-up care or testing, the provider will recommend that the patient visit a health care provider in their community, such as their primary care provider or a nearby MinuteClinic location. 

A MinuteClinic Video Visit costs $59, which is currently payable by credit card or debit card. Insurance coverage will be added to the experience in the coming months. The service, first introduced in August 2018, is now available in 16 states - Arizona, California, Delaware, Florida, Idaho, Kentucky, Louisiana, Maine, Maryland, Mississippi, Nebraska, New Hampshire, Rhode Island, Utah, Vermont and Virginia - and Washington D.C. and is expected to be available nationwide, where allowed, by the end of 2018.  

About CVS Health

CVS Health is a pharmacy innovation company helping people on their path to better health. Through its more than 9,800 retail locations, more than 1,100 walk-in medical clinics, a leading pharmacy benefits manager with approximately 94 million plan members, a dedicated senior pharmacy care business serving more than one million patients per year, expanding specialty pharmacy services, and a leading stand-alone Medicare Part D prescription drug plan, the company enables people, businesses and communities to manage health in more affordable and effective ways. This unique integrated model increases access to quality care, delivers better health outcomes and lowers overall health care costs. Find more information about how CVS Health is shaping the future of health at https://www.cvshealth.com.

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2019 NAFC Community Health Grant recipients

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The National Association of Free and Charitable Clinics (NAFC) is the only nonprofit 501c(3) organization whose mission is solely focused on the issues and needs of the more than 1,200 Free and Charitable Clinics and the people they serve in the United States. Founded in 2001 and headquartered in Washington, D.C., the NAFC is an effective advocate for the issues and concerns of Free and Charitable Clinics, their volunteer workforce of doctors, dentists, nurses, therapists, pharmacists, nurse practitioners, technicians and other health care professionals, and the patients served by Free and Charitable Clinics in communities throughout the nation.

In 2019, CVS Health and its Foundation committed nearly $3 million to free clinics across the country, bringing the total contribution to NAFC to nearly $8 million since 2015. The grants will support increased access to quality care through substance abuse prevention, chronic disease management and assessing the social determinants of health, including:

California

Berkeley Free Clinic, Berkeley, CA

Clinic by the Bay, San Francisco, CA

Jewish Community Free Clinic, Santa Rosa, CA

Napa Acupuncture Practice, Napa, CA

St. Mary’s Dining Room, Stockton, CA

The Regents of the University of California, La Jolla, CA

The Willow Clinic, Sacramento, CA

Well-One Health Inc., Perris, CA
 

Connecticut

Malta House of Care, Inc., Hartford, CT
 

Florida

Caridad Center, Inc., Boynton Beach, FL

Catholic Charities of Central Florida, Orlando, FL

Grace Medical Home, Orlando, FL

Osceola County Council on Aging Inc., Kissimmee, FL

Point Washington Medical Clinic, Santa Rosa Beach, FL

Shepherd’s Hope, Inc., Orlando, FL

The Outreach Clinic, Brandon, FL
 

Georgia

Athens Free Clinic, Athens, GA

Center for Black Women’s Wellness, Inc., Atlanta, GA

Good News Clinics, Gainesville, GA

Place of Hope Inc., Hampton, GA
 

Illinois

Bolingbrook Christian Health Center, Bolingbrook, IL

Community Health Care Clinic, Normal, IL

CommunityHealth, Chicago, IL

Family Health Partnership Clinic, Crystal Lake, IL

The Night Ministry, Chicago, IL
 

Kentucky

Community Health Clinic, Inc., Elizabethtown, KY

Family Community Clinic, Louisville, KY
 

Louisiana

Luke’s House: A Clinic for Healing and Hope, New Orleans, LA

Martin Luther King Health Center & Pharmacy, Shreveport, LA

The Health Hut, Ruston, LA
 

North Carolina

Ada Jenkins Families and Careers Development Center, Davidson, NC

Broad Street Clinic Foundation, Inc., Morehead City, NC

Community Care Clinic, Boone, NC

Community Free Clinic, Inc., Concord, NC

Davidson Medical Ministries Clinic, Inc., Lexington, NC

DEAC Clinic at the Wake Forest School of Medicine, Winston-Salem, NC

Grace Clinic of Yadkin Valley, Elkin, NC

Greater Hickory Cooperative Christian Ministry, Hickory, NC

Hands of Hope Medical Clinic, Yadkinville, NC

HELP Center Inc., Monroe, NC

Hope Clinic, Bayboro, NC

Hunger and Health Coalition, Boone, NC

Lake Norman Community Health Clinic, Huntersville, NC

The Free Clinics , Hendersonville, NC
 

Ohio

Heritage Community Clinic at Ohio University, Athens, OH

Lake County Free Clinic, Painesville, OH

Physicians CareConnection, Columbus, OH

St. Vincent de Paul Charitable Pharmacy, Cincinnati, OH
 

Pennsylvania

Community Volunteers in Medicine, West Chester, PA

Health Outreach Project at the Drexel University College of Medicine, Philadelphia, PA

Highlands Health Clinic, Johnstown, PA

Hope Within Ministries, Inc., Elizabethtown, PA

The Edward R. Leahy Jr. Center Clinic for the Uninsured, Scranton, PA

Volunteers in Medicine, Wilkes- Barre, PA
 

Rhode Island

Clínica Esperanza/Hope Clinic, Providence, RI
 

Tennessee

Church Health, Memphis, TN

Healing Word Counseling Center, Memphis, TN

LifeSpring Community Health, Chattanooga, TN

Siloam Health, Nashville, TN
 

Texas

Casa El Buen Samaritano, Houston, TX

Christ Clinic, Houston, TX

Greater Killeen Free Clinic, Inc., Killeen, TX

Hope Medical Clinic, Austin, TX

Muslim Community Center for Human Services, Richland Hills, TX

Salud Sin Fronteras, El Paso, TX

St. Vincent’s Student-Run Free Clinic, Galveston, TX

TOMAGWA HealthCare Ministries, Tomball, TX
 

Virginia

Arlington Free Clinic, Arlington, VA

CrossOver Healthcare Ministry, Richmond, VA

Culmore Clinic, Springfield, VA

Health Brigade, Richmond, VA

NOVA ScriptsCentral, Inc., Falls Church, VA

Prince William Area Free Clinic, Inc., Woodbridge, VA

St. Mary’s Health Wagon, Wise, VA
 

Washington

Yakima Union Gospel Mission, Yakima, WA

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