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Virginia Health Care Foundation Awards Over $2.4 Million in Grants to Help Uninsured

Richmond, VA – The Virginia Health Care Foundation (VHCF) has awarded grants to 20 health safety net organizations throughout Virginia to increase access to medical care, and behavioral and oral health services, for uninsured  and medically underserved Virginians. In addition, VHCF has awarded 8 grants to underwrite initiatives designed to enroll more eligible children in […]

2016 Heroes in Health Care Honored by Virginia Health Care Foundation

RICHMOND, VA –  Several local health safety net organizations and employees recently received awards and accolades at the Virginia Health Care Foundation’s (VHCF) annual Heroes in Health Care celebration on May 26 at Richmond’s Dominion Arts Center. Leo H. Ross, RPh, was honored with the Unsung Hero Volunteer Award for his service to CrossOver Healthcare […]

Virginia Health Care Foundation Awards $1.4 Million to Help Uninsured get Prescription Medicines

The Virginia Health Care Foundation (VHCF) has launched an expansion of its RxRelief Virginia (RxRVa) initiative with an additional $500,000 in state funds. The program funds medication assistance caseworkers (MACs) who obtain prescription medicines for sick uninsured Virginians. “Prescription medicines are often essential to successful treatment of illnesses and diseases,” said VHCF Executive Director Deborah […]

VHCF Awards $1.4 Million in Grants to Help Uninsured

Richmond, VA – 2015 – The Virginia Health Care Foundation (VHCF) has awarded grants to 22 health safety net organizations throughout Virginia to increase access to medical care, behavioral and oral health services, and prescription medications for uninsured Virginians. In addition, VHCF has awarded grants to underwrite outreach and enrollment initiatives designed to enroll more […]

First Recipient of VHCF Nurse Practitioner Scholarship

First Recipient of Nurse Practitioner Scholarship Already Using “Critical” New  Skills To Help Patients with Behavioral Health Issues Gloucester, VA – Carol-Jo Osinski currently practices at Gloucester-Mathews Care Clinic (GMCC), providing care to uninsured and medically uninsured patients.  Carol-Jo was inspired to become a Nurse Practitioner and work in a health safety net setting by […]