Patient Information - What to Expect
Patients are required to meet with a financial counselor and provide the following documentation to qualify for services:
- Photo I.D.
- Proof of residence in our service area - Eastern Prince William and Northern Stafford counties. (For example, a copy of a bill mailed to you, lease/rental agreement, etc.)
- Proof of income for the household. (For example, tax returns, one month of pay stubs or a letter of support, food stamps, child support, etc.)
Once approved, patients are given an I.D. card, identifying them as a qualified Family Health Connection patient and are required to renew their card every four months to remain eligible for services.
Patients are seen by appointment only and are asked to bring all of their medications to their first visit with the provider.
We ask our patients to contribute a $25 donation for their medical visits to support the mobile vans and help keep our wheels turning!
In addition, we will assist you in applying for a medication assistance program where you will have access to low-cost medications prescribed by your provider.