Shenandoah County Free Clinic and
Shenandoah Dental Clinic were started to help fill gaps in the community’s
health care system, particularly for those who have low incomes and are
underinsured. Because the clinics are very dependent on volunteers and
donations, they are not able to provide all services to everyone. The staff
is happy, however, to refer callers and patients to other services if
All services require an appointment. Only
Shenandoah County residents can receive services at the medical clinic.
County residents or patients with Medicaid can receive services at
Shenandoah Dental Clinic. New patients are required to provide proof of the
family income and county residency (except for those with Medicaid).
Patients with Medicaid, including FAMIS and Anthem Healthkeepers,
can receive dental services, but otherwise
medical services are not available to people with medical insurance, and
dental services are not available to those with dental insurance. Please
call for more information or to schedule an appointment.
Shenandoah County Free
The suggested donation for
all medical visits, and each three-month supply of medicines, is $5 each.
- Tuesday, Wendsday and Thursday -- medical care by appointment
- Wednesday -- psychiatric care by
- Patients must have gross incomes within 200 percent
of the federal poverty level
Women's Cancer Screening (GYN
and mammogram referrals)
- Tuesday mornings by appointment. New patients must
bring proof of address and income.
- Grant funding makes this service available to women
over age 50, with incomes below 200 percent of the federal poverty
- This operates separately from, but in partnership
with, Shenandoah County Free Clinic, at the same address. All uninsured
patients must show proof of the family income and proof of their
Shenandoah County street address when first enrolling in Shenandoah
- Patients with Medicaid coverage will have their
services paid by that insurance. Others will pay $35 for a dental
visit, plus lab costs if applicable.
- Only patients with Medicaid, or county residents
without dental insurance and incomes below 200 percent of the federal
poverty level, qualify for services.