In Fiscal Year 2013, Rx Partnership helped more than 16,330 uninsured Virginians receive 86,449 prescriptions with a retail value of $23.8 million.

Who Does RxP Help?

RxP helps eligible patients at free clinics throughout the state. Find a participating clinic in your area.

What Does RxP Do?

RxP works directly with 7 pharmaceutical companies and 22 free clinics throughout the state. Learn more here.

How You Can Help?

Last year RxP was able to leverage $60 in medication per dollar donated. Learn how you can help support medication access in Virginia here.

RxP Featured Clinic:

Free Medical Clinic of the Northern Shenandoah Valley
Visit: www.fmcwinchester.org/

The Free Medical Clinic has been providing medical care to the uninsured and low-income families, serving residents in Winchester City, Frederick and Clarke Counties since 1986.

RxP Featured Clinic:

Lackey Free Family Medicine Clinic
Visit: www.lackeyfreeclinic.com/

Lackey Free Clinic is part of Project Care, a partnership of free clinics, community health centers, the three area hospital systems, and over 200 greater Peninsula physicians, whose mission is to provide medical, dental and surgical care to uninsured, indigent patients at no cost. Project Care's founders included two former board members and directors of Lackey Clinic.

RxP Featured Clinic:

Mountain Care Center
Visit: www.acp.edu/index.php/about/facilities/

In July of 2011, Appalachian College of Pharmacy furthered its mission to address the health-related needs of the community by establishing the Mountain Care Center, located just a few miles from campus. Patient care services offered at the Center include medication assistance for low-income and uninsured residents and health and wellness programs

RxP Featured Clinic:

Northern Neck Free Health Clinic
Visit: www.nnfhc.com/

We embrace health and wellness as the foundation for quality of life, and we dedicate ourselves to providing the highest level of health care to all those who lack access to it within our community. The Clinic serves low-income, uninsured residents in Lancaster, Middlesex, Northumberland, Richmond and Westmoreland counties - an extensive, rural area in Tidewater Virginia.

In the News

Rx Partnership Awarded Grant from the Mary Washington Hospital to Support Medication Access at Lloyd F. Moss Free Clinic - November 24th, 2014:

Rx Partnership, a statewide nonprofit dedicated to accessing free medications for the uninsured, was recently awarded a grant from the Mary Washington Hospital to support services to the Lloyd F. Moss Free Clinic. Since 2004, the ongoing relationship between Rx Partnership (RxP) and Moss Clinic has resulted in over 6,100 low-income uninsured patients at theRead More »

New Study Shows Pharmacist Interventions Are Healthcare Win-Win - September 5th, 2014:

New study results published August 4 in Health Affairs show that pharmacist interventions with patients led to improved healthcare outcomes and reduced healthcare costs. The findings suggest that when patients, in consultation with their pharmacists, follow their prescription drug regimens, it can lead to a decrease in emergency room visits and hospital readmissions.   NACDS, a longtime proponent of medication therapyRead More »

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