For Our Neighbors Fund
Virginia Hospital Center provides world-class healthcare throughout the Northern Virginia region. The For Our Neighbors Fund ensures that access to the same level of care can be provided to everyone in our community. The Fund directly supports four departments in the Hospital and the services they provide for community members in need.
Being good neighbors creates a better community.
Make an Impact
VHC is proud to elevate our mission to new heights by providing the highest quality medical care to those most in need through the For Our Neighbors Fund. With your help, we can ensure that every person in our region has access to the healthcare that can set them on the path to overall wellbeing and success. Being good neighbors creates a better community.
A gift of $1,000 could be prescription medications for 20 children who are patients at VHC Pediatrics. Help a neighbor care for their child.
A gift of $500 is a whole year of a Lifeline subscription for a senior in our region.
Help a neighbor age in place.
A gift of $250 could be the funding for two sessions of yoga for the Cancer Resource Center.
Help a neighbor find peaceful movement during trying times.
A gift of $100 could be a sleep apnea machine for an Outpatient Clinic patient.
Help a neighbor get a good night’s sleep.
Donate today and help your neighbors feel healthy, happy and at home in our community!
A testament to our founders’ commitment to ensuring accessible, high-quality medical care for everyone in our community, Virginia Hospital Center provides an average of more than $40 million in community benefit support each year. Virginia Hospital Center Pediatrics (VHC Pediatrics) and Outpatient Clinic are just two of the key ways we serve those most in need, and much of VHC Pediatrics and the Clinic’s services are significantly funded through generous donor support.
Virginia Hospital Center Pediatrics
Virginia Hospital Center Pediatrics first opened its doors in 2001 as a community benefit program of Virginia Hospital Center. VHC Pediatrics, now recognized as a highest level Patient-Centered Medical Home by the National Committee on Quality Assurance, provides high quality primary, preventative, and mental healthcare services to more than 3,000 children of low-income and uninsured families living in Arlington County*.
Located in a convenient, accessible location in South Arlington, VHC Pediatrics features a full-time staff including pediatricians, nurse practitioners, nurses, nutritionists, care coordinators, and behavioral health professionals.
Nearly 40% of the VHC Pediatrics annual operating budget is funded through charitable giving. Supporting VHC Pediatrics impacts the health of our community by ensuring children in need have access to culturally-sensitive, affordable, quality healthcare, regardless of a family’s ability to pay. The Foundation and VHC Pediatrics recognizes that the effects of poverty are far-reaching and often extend past the need for medical care. Because of this, in additional to financial support, VHC Pediatrics relies on generous in-kind donations to help our patients and their families throughout the year.
The Impact of Your Donation
- In 2018, VHC Pediatrics provided nearly 15,000 clinical visits to 3,288 children in need | View the 2018 Patient Care Report
- The VHC Pediatrics Annual Holiday Party, made possible through in-kind donations, welcomed more than 400 patients and their families | Learn More
- 5.15.2020 Fairfax County Times - A community in Arlington County came together to donate over 5,000 diapers to Virginia Hospital Center Pediatrics.
To learn more about in-kind donation needs, contact Rosemarie O’Connor, Donor Relations Associate: email@example.com or 703.717.4499
The Outpatient Clinic is dedicated to serving the community by providing comprehensive healthcare services to patients ages 18 and up who reside in Arlington County and who do not have insurance or whose insurance is Medicaid or Medicare. The Clinic focuses on preventative and wellness care in order to help patients avoid unnecessary emergency visits or hospital admissions.
Located on Virginia Hospital Center’s Main Campus, patients are seen by hospital-employee physicians and staff, and services include internal medicine, obstetrics, gynecology, breast health, general surgery, orthopedics, telemedicine, and other safety net services including education and outreach.
- The Outpatient Clinic provides comprehensive care to nearly 700 adults in need each month
- The telemedicine program, initially funded by CareFirst, better ensures the health of some of the most vulnerable members of our community by giving people the ability to speak with a doctor or nurse without having to leave work or other responsibilities | Learn More
- Our partnership with the Jennifer Bush-Lawson Foundation helps fund prenatal care for and transportation for high-risk expectant, low-income, expectant mothers served by the Clinic | Learn More
“Our mission is to serve as a medical home, providing high quality, accessible care to patients in the context of their day-to-day challenges.”
— Michelle Altman, Patient Care Director, Outpatient Clinic
* Low-income and uninsured households are defined as below 200% of the Federal Poverty Level and are not covered by private insurance