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Charlottesville Free Clinic An Open Door to Health Care for Our Neighbors in Need History of the CFC Mission To provide a volunteer-based community health support system that offers high-quality health care to the working uninsured


  1. Charlottesville Free Clinic An Open Door to Health Care for Our Neighbors in Need

  2. History of the CFC

  3. Mission To provide a volunteer-based community health  support system that offers high-quality health care to the working uninsured population, which would otherwise have no access to care. To provide practical experience for current and  future health care professionals. To hasten, through education and advocacy, the  creation of a comprehensive policy for access to health care.

  4. CFC Services  Integrated Care ( medical, mental health, wellness)  Dental Care  On-Site Pharmacy  Referral Networks

  5. CFC Services  Treated 3,207 low-income, uninsured patients with 9,915 visits  Saved our local hospitals an estimated $8.6 million dollars  Distributed 31,687 free prescriptions  Secured $2,585,505 of donated medications

  6. CFC Services: Top 10 Diagnoses/Services 1996 2013 1 Hypertension 1 Dental Exams/Xray 2 Depressive Disorders 2 Dental Extractions 3 Diabetes 3 Hypertension 4 T obacco Abuse 4 Dental Caries 5 Acute Sinisitis 5 Hyperlipidemia 6 Gynecological Exam 6 Diabetes 7 Acute Bronchitis 7 Depressive Disorders 8 Acute URI 8 Gynecological Exam 9 Dental Caries 9 Gastric Reflux Disease 10 Hypothyroidism 10 Hypothyroidism

  7. CFC Statistics

  8. CFC Statistics  60% Female; 40% Male  59% 36-64 years old; 31% 19-35 years old  52% White; 28% Black; 14% Hispanic  59% Employed; 41% Unemployed  60% H.S.; 20% some college; 14% degree; 5% grad degree  35% Wouldn’t seek care; 21% EDs  46% below 100% FPL; 39% 100-200%; 15% above

  9. CFC Statistics: Top 10 CFC Patient Occupation Categories Housekeeping/Custodial 1. Retail 2. Restaurants 3. Child Care 4. Construction 5. Housepainter 6. Health Care 7. Driver 8. Landscaping/Grounds Maintenance 9. Office Worker 10.

  10. CFC Funding

  11. CFC Funding CFC Projected Revenue Sources FY2014 (Total $1,775,990) Public Funds, $335,990, Opportunity Fund, 19% $160,000, 9% Grants, $131,000, 7% CVC, $85,000, 5% Hurd Endowment, $75,000, 4% Interest/Reimbursement s, $25,000, 1% Fundraising, $964,000, 55%

  12. CFC and U.Va.: Students Medical Students and Nursing Students   Insulin Titration Program  Integrated Care Ambassadors University Internship Program   Medical, Dental, Pharmacy, Development, Admin Madison House   Medical, Dental, Administration

  13. CFC and U.Va.: Faculty, Staff, Administration Board Leadership  28 members with U.Va. Affiliations  Trish Cluff, Tom Daniel MD, Carolyn Engelhard,  Corey Feist, Mohan Nadkarni MD, John Owen MD, Leonard Sandridge Volunteer Time  Last year, CFC had 539 volunteers. 161 of them had  U.Va. ties. Those 161 volunteers came 1,459 times

  14. CFC and U.Va.: Financial Support Commonwealth of Virginia Campaign   U.Va. #1 in State; Surpassed $1 million dollar mark in 2012 campaign  CFC total nearing $1 million dollar mark Donated labs and other services for patients  Event sponsorships   Golf tournament  Concert

  15. CFC and U.Va.

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