"In any moment of decision, the best thing you can do is the right thing. The worst thing you can do is nothing." - Theodore Roosevelt

Community Partner Meetings:

March 13, 2013:  Collaborative Intervention for Community Health Improvement

Presented by Steve Horan, PhD, CEO, Community Health Solutions

View Presentation: http://www.accesspartners.org/doc/Collaborative+Innovation+for+Community+Health+Improvement[1].pdf


February 13, 2013: Community Health Centers & Implementation of the Affordable Care Act

Presented by Neal Graham, CEO, Virginia Community Healthcare Association

View Presentation:  http://www.accesspartners.org/doc/NGrahamPresentation.pdf



Access Partnership Membership Activities:



We send out weekly newsflashes listing events, resources and other opportunities for those that serve low-income, medically & dentally uninsured persons in Hampton Roads.  Email us to be added to our listserv (admin@accesspartners.org).


If you are interested in becoming a member of Access Partnership, please fill out this document and e-mail to admin@accesspartners.org or fax to 853-3900. Membership_Form.doc


In the News!


Smiles Restored at Suffolk Clinic

Suffolk News Herald, May 18, 2012



Say Ah!

Suffolk News Herald, December 3, 2011



Day of Caring

Suffolk News Herald, September 11, 2010



Dental Access Days

The Virginian Pilot, October 16, 2009




Filling the Gaps in Dental Care

The Virginian Pilot, May 29, 2009




Community Access to Care Program Expands to Norfolk

Sentara Network, August/September/October 2008



EVMS and Access Partnership: Improving access for indigent uninsured

EVMS CHRONICLE, May 2007 / Page 15



ODU Community Health Students Working To Help Uninsured

Behr's Survey Probes Health Care Disparities


Medical Society of Virginia: Caring Across the Commonwealth: MSVF.pdf
As health care costs continue to rise the number of individuals who go without health insurance will also increase. In 2004, 341,620 uninsured Virginian adults were unable to get the medical care they needed. The response is organizations throughout the state of Virginia are stepping up to address access to care issues and provide a safety net for those who would otherwise go without medical care. Access Partnership is featured in this article.

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