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Community Volunteers in Medicine provides free coordinated healthcare to low-income individuals and families who have no other place to turn for care in Chester County. As a non-profit, supported 100% through philanthropy, we are committed to remaining the safety net provider for medical and dental care in our community.
Thursday, January 18, 2018

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In the News…Brotherly Love at CVIM!

Community Volunteers in Medicine was featured on CBS News in their Brotherly Love segment.

Brotherly Love

“For almost 20 years, a medical clinic in Chester County has been spreading brotherly love treating thousands of patients. They do it with hundreds of medical professionals whose only pay is patients’ gratitude.” Click the image to watch the full story.

Latest News

Join Impact100 for MLK Day at CVIM! Posted on: January 11, 2018
32 Ways to Be Good in Philadelphia Posted on: December 1, 2017
CVIM Featured as Pennsylvania’s Outstanding Charity! Posted on: December 1, 2017
CVIM Celebrates Our Volunteers Posted on: October 6, 2017
Join Impact100 for MLK Day at CVIM! Posted on: January 11, 2018

Join Impact100 Philadelphia members on MLK Day Monday, January 15th from 1:00-3:00pm at Community Volunteers in Medicine to see how we have put our 2017 grant money to work serving our patients. Help us re-stock much-needed medical supplies by bringing along items from the OTC Wish List.

32 Ways to Be Good in Philadelphia Posted on: December 1, 2017

CVIM has been recognized by Philadelphia Magazine in the article “32 Ways to be Good Philadelphia”.  

“Community Volunteers in Medicine
Health Care
What They Do: Mend the Safety Net
Founded: 1998

Chester County is the healthiest and wealthiest in the state, but this West Chester nonprofit still saw 35,178 patient visits in 2016: Its clients are at or below 300 percent of the poverty line but don’t qualify for government support. Last spring, CVM won $100,000 from giving circle Impact100 Philly to expand its Mobile Dental Outreach program as well as fund a bilingual patient education guide. (About 55 percent of its clients speak Spanish.) The org relies mostly on volunteers and gifts, with an overhead of just 10 percent, so the equivalent of your flu shot co-pay will go a long way. Get involved: cvim.org”

CVIM Featured as Pennsylvania’s Outstanding Charity! Posted on: December 1, 2017

CVIM has been featured as Pennsylvania’s Outstanding Charity! Check out Parade Magazine’s  article “From Alabama to Wyoming, Outstanding Charities in Every State” “If you’re sick or injured and don’t have insurance or money for a doctor, Community Volunteers in Medicine has your back. Since 1998 it’s offered primary medical care, dental services and free prescription medications to the uninsured and families with incomes less than 300 percent of poverty level in Chester County. Last year some 4,000 patients received help, including almost $4.3 million worth of medications and supplies.”

Clinic Hours

Mon   8am-8pm
Tues   8am-4:30pm
Wed   8am-8pm
Thurs   8am-4:30pm
Friday   8am-4pm
 

Dispensary Hours

Mon   1pm-8pm
Tues   9am-4pm
Wed   9am-8pm
Thurs   9am-4:30pm
Friday   9am-1pm