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Massey Cancer Center initiative on oral health is in effect at Clinic

The Northern Neck Middlesex Free Health Clinic (NNMFHC) recognizes that oral health significantly impacts the overall health and outcomes of its patients. To expand upon the services it provides, NNMFHC implemented an oral cancer screening program, funded in part by a VCU Massey Cancer Center 2022 seed grant. “This grant has increased the clinic’s ability to provide…

W&M students help out at Clinic

The Northern Neck-Middlesex Free Health Clinic got a double dose of help during 2022 from the College of William & Mary. After a ninth week-long “break-out” visit this spring, students for the first time also used their fall break for community service work at the Clinic. From October 13-16 the 11 students again moved mountains,…

Two summer interns experience the impact the free health clinic has in the community

Two college seniors, Omar Jawhar and Liam McMillan, spent a good part of their summer this year volunteering at the Northern Neck – Middlesex, Free Health Clinic (NNMFHC), where they were able to get a comprehensive look at the status and challenges of rural health care. The NNMFHC is the area’s health-care home for low-income…

Clinic receives grant to conduct oral cancer screenings

The Clinic has received a community seed grant from VCU’s Massey Cancer Center to increase awareness of oral cancer for patients served by the Medical Clinic. Grant funding will allow patients to receive free oral cancer screening in the Dental Clinic, addressing Massey’s mission of reducing the state cancer burden for all Virginians through health…

A season for giving

Students from the VCU School of Dentistry, who resumed their Dental Clinic rotations at the NNMFHC early in 2021, have been giving their expertise and more to Clinic patients. During this season of giving their appreciation for those they serve shines especially clear. David Russell (pictured) of the School of Dentistry took note of the…

Secretary of Health visits Clinic

Virginia’s Secretary of Health and Human Resources, Daniel Carey, MD, visited the Clinic June 15 to hear about the Clinic’s response to Covid-19 during 2020 and its vaccination program at the start of 2021, when vaccines became available. Sec. Carey recognized the Clinic’s involvement early on with the Virginia Department of Health to organize, manage,…

Massey Cancer Center initiative on oral health is in effect at Clinic

The Northern Neck Middlesex Free Health Clinic (NNMFHC) recognizes that oral health significantly impacts the overall health and outcomes of its patients. To expand upon the services it provides, NNMFHC implemented an oral cancer screening program, funded in part by a VCU Massey Cancer Center 2022 seed grant. “This grant has increased the clinic’s ability to provide…

W&M students help out at Clinic

The Northern Neck-Middlesex Free Health Clinic got a double dose of help during 2022 from the College of William & Mary. After a ninth week-long “break-out” visit this spring, students for the first time also used their fall break for community service work at the Clinic. From October 13-16 the 11 students again moved mountains,…

Two summer interns experience the impact the free health clinic has in the community

Two college seniors, Omar Jawhar and Liam McMillan, spent a good part of their summer this year volunteering at the Northern Neck – Middlesex, Free Health Clinic (NNMFHC), where they were able to get a comprehensive look at the status and challenges of rural health care. The NNMFHC is the area’s health-care home for low-income…

Clinic receives grant to conduct oral cancer screenings

The Clinic has received a community seed grant from VCU’s Massey Cancer Center to increase awareness of oral cancer for patients served by the Medical Clinic. Grant funding will allow patients to receive free oral cancer screening in the Dental Clinic, addressing Massey’s mission of reducing the state cancer burden for all Virginians through health…

A season for giving

Students from the VCU School of Dentistry, who resumed their Dental Clinic rotations at the NNMFHC early in 2021, have been giving their expertise and more to Clinic patients. During this season of giving their appreciation for those they serve shines especially clear. David Russell (pictured) of the School of Dentistry took note of the…

Secretary of Health visits Clinic

Virginia’s Secretary of Health and Human Resources, Daniel Carey, MD, visited the Clinic June 15 to hear about the Clinic’s response to Covid-19 during 2020 and its vaccination program at the start of 2021, when vaccines became available. Sec. Carey recognized the Clinic’s involvement early on with the Virginia Department of Health to organize, manage,…