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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 the Chester County region. 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, October 18, 2018
Mission Moment – Giving Hope & Saving Lives

Access to free, comprehensive healthcare gives hope and saves lives. Hear from our patients how their lives have been changed by the care they receive at Community Volunteers in Medicine.

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

Latest News

Celebrating Our 20 Year Anniversary Posted on: October 18, 2018

Community Volunteers in Medicine(CVIM) celebrated 20 years of providing critical healthcare services to uninsured individuals and families in the Chester County region on Thursday, October 11, 2018 at The Ballroom at Ellis Preserve, Newtown Square. Twenty-one new Pillar Society members were honored, showing the community’s passion for charitably supporting healthcare access in the region. To meet the demands of running a healthcare center that treated more than 4,000 patients last fiscal year, it takes every volunteer hour, gifts of every size, and ever expanding partnerships to live out our mission of providing healthcare, hope and healing for our patients. Thank you to each and every member of the CVIM family – you are saving lives and promoting well-being every day! Click to view photos from the evening.

 Third annual Chester County Color 5K Posted on: October 15, 2018

CVIM is proud to be a COPE sponsor for the third annual Chester County Color 5K  on November 10th. The family-friendly, timed 5K raises awareness and funds to help combat the opioid and heroin epidemic in Chester County. The COPE program provides expedited admission into detox and a review of all treatment options for overdose survivors who agree to treatment, provides one-to-one support for overdose survivors and their families and friends, and provides overdose prevention information and outreach to first responders, hospital staff, family members and friends. Sign up or get more info on the Color 5k!

Charity Navigator: Highly Rated Charities in Pennsylvania – CVIM Posted on: September 27, 2018

“Each week, Charity Navigator highlights a few of the awesome charities working in communities in one of the fifty states. This week we’re featuring 5 of Pennsylvania’s most highly-rated organizations. These excellent charities are working on behalf of individuals and families in towns and cities across Pennsylvania. They are filling unique gaps and finding innovative solutions to ongoing problems while remaining committed to upholding the highest standards for financial health and accountability. ”  Read More…




“Give Veterans A Smile” Day – Free Dental Care for Veterans Posted on: September 13, 2018

“Give Veterans A Smile” Day will take place on November 14, 2018 at CVIM from 9:00am – 5:00pm. All Veterans living in Chester County are welcome to call to schedule an appointment for FREE dental care!  Free exams, cleanings, fillings, extractions, x-rays and Panorex will be available. Call now to get an appointment and help us spread the news to local veterans! Click for more details.




Eagles Eye Mobile Brings Free Eye Exams and Glasses to Kids Posted on: September 11, 2018

Since 1996, the Eagles Charitable Foundation’s Eagles Eye Mobile and Eagles Glasses Lab have been making free vision screenings, eye exams and prescription glasses accessible to under-insured and uninsured children in the Greater Philadelphia area. The program has benefited more than 81,000 children and distributed more than 56,000 eyeglasses. Children of uninsured families are at risk for being left behind in school if their health and vision needs are not met so Eagles Eye Mobile teams up with CVIM twice each year to meet the vision needs of some of our youngest patients. The Eagles have their eyes on the prize this year – and now the kids at CVIM do, too!