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To improve the health and wellness of low-income, underserved people through quality healthcare
delivered in an atmosphere of dignity and respect.
For low income and Medicaid-enrolled residents of the City of Fredericksburg
and the counties of Caroline, King George, Spotsylvania and Stafford, this means:
Opening in 1993, the Lloyd F. Moss Free Clinic is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization that provides comprehensive health care free of charge to the low-income, uninsured and underserved adults.
Our patients suffer disproportionately from complicated medical conditions and chronic disease.
Approximately 75% of our patients have at least one chronic illness. About 30% of our patients suffer from diabetes.
With the assistance of more than 500 nurses, physicians and other dedicated volunteers, as well as a small staff of highly qualified employees, the Clinic provided 11,050 patient visits to 1,892 people in 2018.
Additionally, we filled 41,000 prescriptions in our on-site licensed pharmacy.
Our online application takes just two minutes and is an easy first step to getting healthcare for people who need it!
The Clinic’s patients have full access to a wide range of services that are provided on-site in our primary care setting. Volunteer health care professionals supplemented by the Clinic’s on-staff nurse practitioners provide quality medical care.
Comprehensive care includes:
Lab tests, x-rays and specialized radiology services are critically important tools that the Clinic cannot provide on-site. Off-site services such as laboratory and radiology testing, inpatient hospitalization, and emergency services are provided to Clinic patients by referral to vital community partners, including:
Although the Lloyd F. Moss Free Clinic is able to provide some specialized medical care on-site, patients often need to see a specialist in the community.
The Clinic is indebted to the medical practices that so generously provide a wide variety of specialty medical care in their offices for hundreds of Clinic patients.
These medical practices donate hundreds of thousands of dollars of their time and services to care for Clinic patients.
Oral health and overall health are fundamentally intertwined. Oral diseases and conditions can indicate other health problems occurring in the body and often times may exacerbate underlying health issues. Our program strives to identify these conditions and works closely with Clinic medical providers to provide coordinated care. The dental program provides critical care to adults who meet the Clinic’s eligibility requirements. Volunteer dentists and hygienists, as well students the Germanna Community College dental program provide services.
Dental services include:
The Clinic’s licensed in-house pharmacy has a wide variety of medications for diabetes, high blood pressure, depression, high cholesterol, asthma and other common illnesses. The pharmacy does not carry or dispense narcotic/controlled substances.
For our current medical and dental patients, we request a $3 donation for each 30-day supply of medication.
Our Community Pharmacy, a separate program administered by the Clinic, provides pharmacy-only services to uninsured patients from private physician’s offices or other healthcare facilities. Each 30-day prescription has an administrative fee of $3.