Clinic Services

Non-Emergency, Volunteer-Based Health Care

The Clinic provides primary and preventive care, treatment for chronic diseases, specialty care, annual exams for women, and mental health services. Care is provided by volunteer health care professionals, supplemented by the Clinic’s on-staff nurse practitioners. Health and wellness programs are offered weekly to meet the advanced needs of our patients and to promote patient involvement in improving their own health. All services are by appointment, with limited walk-in slots for existing Clinic patients. Actual operating hours vary and depend on the availability of our paid staff as well as our medical and community volunteers.

Visit Patient Eligibility

Primary & Chronic Care

Patient-Centered, Team-Based Care

By appointment or limited walk-in basis

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Specialty Care

Care for Specific Health Needs

By referral from primary or chronic care

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Diagnostic Testing

Laboratory and radiological services

Lab Work, X-Rays and testing;
By referral from primary or chronic care

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Dental Care

Oral Health for a Better Smile

Times & Treatment Vary

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Behavioral Health

Mental health & wellness education

For patients with chronic illness;
By referral from primary or chronic care

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Clinic Pharmacy

On-Site for patient convenience

Monday through Thursday

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The Lloyd F. Moss Free Clinic does NOT provide treatment for:
  • Emergency Care
  • Immunizations
  • Treatment for moderate to severe mental illness, including moderate to severe depression and anxiety - please contact the Rappahannock Area Community Services Board
  • Prenatal care, birth control, pregnancy tests, TB tests, testing for sexually transmitted diseases including HIV - please contact the local health department
  • Work, school, sport or disability physicals
  • Treatment for worker's compensation cases or related injuries
  • Treatment for automobile accident injuries
  • Root canals, crowns, or dentures
  • Eye glasses or hearing aids