Health


American Rescue Plan Funding Will Help 26 Of Virginia’s Health Centers

WASHINGTON, D.C. – Virginia's health centers need some help. They're getting it in the form of $79.9 million from the American Rescue Plan.

Who’s Eligible For Medicaid? Rule Change Allows More Virginians to Sign Up

RICHMOND-Legal permanent residents in Virginia for decades had to show a 10-year work history in the state to qualify. That all changed on April 1.

A Cure For The Common Stroke
The Cure For The Common Stroke? UVA Team Makes a Key Discovery

CHARLOTTESVILLE - The medical world recently came one step closer to preventing heart attacks and strokes, thanks to a lucky accident at UVA.

Spam callers have been impersonating healthcare workers in Virginia.
Virginia Clinic Warns Patients About Scam Calls

Many of Carilion Clinic's patients recently received calls from the hospital’s phone number, but the people on the other end weren’t employed by the medical facility.

Raccoons Cause Problems in Arlington
Arlington Sees Rabies and Canine Distemper Cases Spike

ARLINGTON – If you’re in the Arlington area – or really anywhere wildlife live – posing for a photo with a raccoon isn’t a good idea.

Can You Treat Patients and Handle a Pandemic? West Piedmont Says Yes.

MARTINSVILLE-Health providers in the Martinsville area used creative approaches to provide services during the pandemic.

Dogwood Download: Things You Should Know For Friday, March 12

RICHMOND-We talk about King James, a free clinic is coming and Southwest Virginia hits an important milestone.