Review all of the information we have provided for the clinics. Some of them provide a wide array of services ranging from free to sliding scale services.
We have provided as much detailed information including phone numbers, emails, and websites where available.
Clinic services we list include:
Dental Clinic Services
Medical Clinic Services
Women's Health Clinic Services
Adult Health Clinic Services
Pediatric Health Clinic Services
Pediatric Dental Clinic Services
Behavioral Health Clinic Services
Services:Variety of Family MedicineHours:Monday - Friday8:30 am - 5:00 pm see clinic details
HealthWorks for Northern Virginia is a Community Health Center whose goal is to provide comprehensive, quality primary health care as well as dental care and behavioral health services, at an affordable price for all members of the community. HealthWorks for Northern Virginia acce see clinic details
The Loudoun Community Free Clinic was established to serve medically uninsured Loudoun County residents with limited incomes. The clinic is staffed by area physicians, nurses, and other volunteers who give their time to bring medical services to the Loudoun community. Services:Medical Visits (sick v see clinic details
Clinic HoursMonday 8am – 1pm (Diabetic Clinic) 2pm – 5pm (Diabetic Clinic)Tuesday 8am – 1pm (General Medicine Clinic)Wednesd see clinic details
Location: 29 miles from LeesburgWarrenton, VA - 20186
Tuesday & Wednesday: 9:00 – 4:00Thursday: 12:00 – 4:00 Thursday Evening : 5: 00 to closingCLOSED: Monday and FridayAt the Fauquier Free Clinic in Warrenton, our doctors see patients Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday during the day by appointment. Call (540) 347-0394 and press Optio see clinic details
Location: 25 miles from LeesburgManassas, VA - 20110
The Prince William Health District (PWHD) operates multiple programs to protect and improve the health and well-being of its residents. Services provided include: immunizations; high risk and routine maternity care; environmental health services, including restaurant and pool inspections; fami see clinic details
Location: 10 miles from LeesburgSterling, VA - 20166
The Department of Mental Health offers outpatient substance abuse treatment services to individuals and families experiencing problems due to chemical dependency. Outpatient substance abuse services include assessment, referral, case management, psychiatric and psychotherapy services in individual, see clinic details
Location: 24 miles from LeesburgFairfax, VA - 22030
The HIV Resources Project provides information about services available to people living with AIDS/HIV (PWAs) in the Northern and Northwestern Virginia regions. The information is intended for PWAs as well as service providers, including case managers and housing counselors. see clinic details
Location: 28 miles from LeesburgSpringfield, VA - 22151
The INOVA Juniper Program provides consultation services to area residents who are infected with HIV, or who have AIDS symptoms. see clinic details
Location: 8 miles from LeesburgAshburn, VA - 20147
Patients are seen by appointment only. Children under the age of 18 must be accompanied by an adult and bring their immunization records. see clinic details
As an enhancement to our free medical clinic listings we now provide sliding scale treatment clinics. Sliding fee scale are variable prices for services due to customers ability to pay. Medical and dental fees are reduced due to many factors. That is why you need to call the clinic directly on these sliding fee scale clinics.
We also provide income based clinics. These clinics are HRSA Health Centers. You pay what you can afford based on your income.
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