The Gloucester-Mathews Care Clinic recently received a certificate in recognition of the $3,077,350 in free prescription medications the organization has provided through its pharmacy to low-income, uninsured patients through participation with the statewide nonprofit Rx Partnership (RxP).
For more than 11 years, RxP, a nonprofit public/private partnership, has led a successful and efficient effort to increase access to free prescription medications for Virginia’s eligible uninsured through free clinics and community health center partners throughout the state.
“Rx Partnership is pleased to recognize the outstanding success of GMCC in providing vital medication to clinic patients who have no insurance and otherwise would be unable to afford the medication needed to treat a variety of chronic conditions,” said Amy Yarcich, Rx Partnership’s executive director. “The donated medication from pharmaceutical partners makes a huge difference in a clinic’s ...
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