Here to Serve
You

Our family care model involves putting
the health of your family first.

Our Walk in
Clinic Hours:

Monday – Thursday: 3 pm – 6 pm
Saturday – Sunday: 8:00 am – 2:30 pm

Stop in for a Screening
Today

Your Free Wellness Screening
Monday - Friday: 8 – 2 pm

  • We offer a no obligation a free initial consultation

    Fees are an estimate only and may be more depending on your situation

  • Alternative therapies

    We offer a variety of alternative practices such as acupuncture, yoga, biofeedback, herbal remedies and massages to help your body heal.

  • Clinical trial supply

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  • Stressful Events

    Numerous studies have shown that the number one cause of depression along with many other common disorders is stress. Would you like to learn how to become stress free?

  • Emergency Visits

    Our Emergency Department provides patients with urgent medical care for conditions ranging from complete heart problems to broken bones, gun shot wounds, stabbings, etc.

  • Heart Disorders

    We provide chest X-rays to help diagnose heart disease. Although, we do not treat heart disease we will help you determine the proper procedure you will undergo.

  • Stomach Disorders

    Your stomach is an organ that has three very vital tasks including storing your food and mixing it with stomach acids and then send the mix to the small intestines.

Our Clinic

  • Healthcare Reform and The Cannon Medical Clinic - 2017

    The Cannon Medical Free Clinic and other free clinics across the Commonwealth have been steadfast in “taking care” of our low-income, uninsured neighbors and friends for more than 25 years.

    Free clinics offer a cost-effective solution to providing access to healthcare for the uninsured: an extensive and highly engaged group of volunteers creates a very low cost-per-patient while delivering compassionate, high quality care.

    The Free Clinic is blessed to have the support of the local hospital system and physician community. Last year, over 150 volunteers, including physicians, dentists and other medical professionals, spent time serving at the Free Clinic providing more than half of the care given to our patients.

    Doesn’t healthcare reform expand Medicaid and access to health insurance? Why will free clinics continue to be needed?

    The recently enacted healthcare reform bill does include provisions to expand Medicaid and offer subsidies to many that do not qualify for Medicaid; however, these provisions are not scheduled to go into effect until 2020. As a result, the current Virginia Medicaid program and its eligibility requirements will remain in place for at least another three years.

    Over the coming months, The Cannon Medical Clinic along with the other free clinics in the Commonwealth, will evaluate the role that they will play at that time to continue to address the need for access to quality compassionate care.