Project Access of Northern Virginia (PANV) is a program of the MSNVA Foundation that provides specialty medical care to low-income, uninsured "safety-net" patients who reside in Northern Virginia. Currently, PANV has volunteers in more than 20 specialties.
In 2016, CareFirst grant award presentation to the MSNVA Foundation. The grant will be used to provide charity care to low-income, uninsured patients from Arlington Free Clinic, Culmore Clinic and Neighborhood Health Community Health Center through DoctorsTelemed, MSNVA's telemedicine platform.
Volunteer for PANV
To Volunteer for Project Access of Northern Virginia please contact [email protected] or call 703-934-8818.
PANV has partnered with the following organizations to deliver a comprehensive set of resources and services that support Project Access of Northern Virginia patients.
Postpartum Support Virginia
Postpartum Support Virginia is a 501(c)(3) corporation dedicated to helping women suffering depression and/or anxiety during pregnancy or in the first year following childbirth.
American Academy of Dermatology-Teledermatology Program
An initiative of the American Academy of Dermatology that seeks to provide probono teledermatology services.
For more information, view these resources:
Fairfax County Government – Low Cost Healthcare Resources in Northern Virginia.
Virginia Association of Free and Charitable Clinics – Find a Clinic.