Neighborhood Health

EIN: 54-1849891

Mission Statement

Our mission is to improve health and advance health equity in Alexandria, Arlington, and Fairfax by providing high quality primary care regardless of ability to pay.

Program Summary

Neighborhood Health provides accessible, high quality, and patient-centered primary care to patients in Arlington, the City of
Alexandria, and Fairfax County. Our comprehensive model of primary care includes family medicine, internal medicine, and pediatrics as well as dental care, behavioral health, laboratory services, medication assistance, pediatric vision services, HIV care, diabetes education, and medical and non-medical case management. We are accredited by the Joint Commission and a certified Primary Care Medical Home, coordinating care across the health care continuum. Our mission is to improve health and advance health equity in our service area by providing high quality primary care regardless of ability to pay. Our vision is that everyone in our community has the highest quality healthcare and the opportunity to attain their highest level of health.

Neighborhood Health operates two clinics in Arlington; one at the Sequoia complex that serves adults and the Arlington
Pediatric Center which joined Neighborhood Health in January 2024. Many Arlington residents receive care at Neighborhood Health clinics in other jurisdictions.

Impact Statement

Neighborhood Health provides care for under-resourced, underinsured and uninsured individuals in Arlington County, City of Alexandria, and Fairfax County. We ensure access to high quality, comprehensive primary health care regardless of ability to pay. In 2023, we served 37,867 patients. Most of our patients are either uninsured (43%) or on Medicaid (43%). 48% of patients were living at ≤100% FPL, 98% of patients were living at ≤200% FPL.

In 2023, Neighborhood Health provided care to 2,575 Arlington residents. This number will increase this year with the addition of the 4,000+ children who are patients at Arlington Pediatric Center.

Neighborhood Health was recognized with these 2023 Community Health Quality Recognition awards for our high levels of clinical quality: Silver Health Center Quality Leader, Health Disparities Reducer, Access Enhancer, and COVID-19 Public Health Champion.

Two examples of our clinical quality measures as compared to the national average of all other community health centers are:

The breast cancer screening rate for Neighborhood Health patients was 63% in 2023, compared to the national average of 46%.

The percentage of Neighborhood Health patients with up-to-date childhood immunizations by the age of two is 62% compared to the national average of 40%.

What ways can the public get involved?

The best way to support Neighborhood Health is through a financial contribution.

Neighborhood Health has limited volunteer opportunities. Email with questions.

Neighborhood Health has limited capacity for accepting donated goods. Email with inquiries.

If your organization is interested in partnering with Neighborhood Health, email

How are charitable dollars spent? Where does my donation go?

Given the high-uninsured rate of Neighborhood Health’s patients – about 45% of all patients each year, we welcome the financial support of individuals, corporations, and foundations to help cover the costs of serving our uninsured neighbors. Donations are used to pay for the care of these uninsured patients.

Examples of What Your Donation Will Cover:

  • $25 – Support cost of prenatal vitamins for 1 uninsured patient
  • $50 – Support application of dental sealant to 1 uninsured child
  • $100 – Support a mental health evaluation for 1 uninsured patient with depression
  • $250 – Support a medical visit for 1 uninsured patient with heart disease
  • $500 – Support cervical cancer screening for 2 uninsured women
  • $1,000 – Support medical care of 1 newborn for a full year
  • $2,000 – Support the care of 2 patients with chronic diseases for a year
  • $5,000 – Support care for 5 uninsured patients with diabetes for a year

Call (571) 457-9146 or email with questions about donations.

Donations to Neighborhood Health can be designated for General Operations or for a specific purpose or project within our scope of work. Donations can also be made in memorium or in honor of an individual chosen by the donor. Please visit our website – for more details.

Donations to Neighborhood Health are tax deductible as allowed by law.

Information provided April 2024