Stories tagged: "Virginia Healthcare"


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Up to One-third of Rural Virginia Hospitals Are At Risk of Closure. Here’s What Would Help.

With up to one-third of rural hospitals at risk of closure, Dogwood looked into possible reasons and remedies. Here’s what we found.

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Making a Difference: Virginia’s Free Clinics Resilient Despite Pandemic Challenges

A recent survey found 76% of Virginia free and charitable clinics saw an increase in patients, while 40% experienced a decrease in staff and volunteers.

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.

Dogwood Download: Things You Should Know For Saturday, March 13

RICHMOND-Northam calls for a day of remembrance, Virginia Republicans make a decision and and the first mass vaccination center will open Monday.

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.