Our locations

We are located in VCU-affiliated and other safety-net clinics throughout Richmond. We see our patients right in primary care settings, which allows for convenient scheduling. Because of our location in primary care settings, we can often accommodate same-day referrals (i.e., "warm handoffs") or consultations. Our locations include:

VCU Ambulatory Care Center (since 2009)

  • Residents’ training clinic within the VCU Department of Internal Medicine
  • Focus on indigent populations
  • Co-training with Internal Medicine residents, Pharmacy residents and medical students
  • 17,000 annual health visits

Site supervisor: Dr. Bruce Rybarczyk


VCU Academic Medical Center Pediatric Residents Clinic (since 2016)

  • Residents' training clinic
  • Focus on indigent populations
  • Co-training with a newly designed team care unit for pediatric patients
  • 24,000 annual child health visits

Site supervisor: Dr. Heather Jones


VCU Complex Care Clinic (since 2011)

  • VCU Health System Primary Care Clinic
  • Focus on high-utilizing, uninsured patients with multiple (>7) chronic conditions
  • Small, cohesive interdisciplinary primary care team providing intensive services
  • 4,000 annual health visits

Site supervisor: Dr. Bruce Rybarczyk


CrossOver Clinic (since 2016)

  • Two free clinics serving more than 6,800 patients annually
  • Focus on non-English speaking populations

Site supervisors: Drs. Bruce Rybarczyk, Carla Shaffer and Paul Perrin


Daily Planet (since 2010)

  • Federally qualified health center
  • Focus on homeless populations
  • 11,000 annual health visits

Site supervisor: Dr. Paul Perrin


Hayes E. Willis Health Center (since 2015)

  • VCU Health System Department of Family Medicine Clinic, located in underserved community
  • Focus on African American and Latinx populations, serving both adults and children
  • 9,000 annual child and adult health visits

Site supervisors: Drs. Rosalie Corona and Carla Shaffer


Health Brigade (since 2013)

  • Free clinic with 30 paid staff and 500 volunteers
  • Focus on at-risk populations; was the first free clinic in the state and specialized in HIV/AIDS outreach and LGBTQ services
  • 6,000 annual health visits

Site supervisors: Drs. Kurt Crandall and Paul Perrin