Community Partners

Our community partners amplify our impact on the health of our patients and our community. One of the greatest benefits of being a Sinclair Health Clinic patient is access to medications, laboratory and diagnostic services, and specialty medical treatment – essential components of healthcare to which our patients would otherwise not have access. We are grateful to the volunteer medical professionals who donate their time and services.

The greatness of a community is most accurately measured by the compassionate actions
of its members.

- Coretta Scott King

Valley Health is a strong supporter of the Clinic. It provides many laboratory and basic imaging to our patients free of charge. Many patients benefit through their Financial Assistance Program.

Faculty from the School of Health Professions provide great care to our patients while teaching the next generation of physician assistants, pharmacists, occupational therapists, music therapists, and physical therapists.

United Way recognizes that healthy communities are strong communities. Their support helps the clinic do even more to make care more accessible to people that are ALICE.

Direct Relief, a humanitarian aid organization provides our patients and providers with critical supplies that improve our patients’ lives.

The Virginia Association of Free and Charitable Clinics supports and advocates for its member clinics so that uninsured Virginians can get the care they need.

Virginia Health Care Foundation supports the Clinic in many ways, including support staff development so we stay on the cutting-edge of evidence-based care and help us connect our patients to affordable medications.

Every Woman’s Life is in partnership with the Virginia Department of Health that provides free breast and cervical cancer screenings to women 18-64 years of age.

Sinclair Health Clinic is honored to be one of the 18 providers in the state partnering to provide long acting, reversible birth control to uninsured women under 250% of the federal poverty level free of charge through the LARC initiative.

Rx Partnership is a 501(c)3 nonprofit that helps us and other charitable clinics secure commonly used generic medications our patients need.