The Orange County Free Clinic opened 2007.
The idea for starting a free clinic in Orange County was inspired by a group of committed physicians and community leaders sensitive to the lack of access to health care for low income, uninsured residents. In 2007, the Orange County Health Department gave the Clinic borrowed space to operate on Tuesday nights for walk-in patients. Between July and December of 2006 we had 86 registered patients. To put it in perspective we have over 3,500 patients registered today.
In-kind donations from Laboratory Corporation of America (LabCorp) and Culpeper Regional Hospital followed as did a partnership between Orange Pharmacy, Wilderness Pharmacy and Rappahannock – Rapidan Community Services Board. The relationship between many of these early community partners and the OCFC remains strong to this day. In 2009, the OCFC became a member of the Virginia Association of Free and Charitable Clinics. Also that same year we relocated from the health department building to our very own location on James Madison Highway, next to the Piedmont Regional Dental Clinic. In 2011 the clinic became a member of the Orange County Chamber of Commerce.
In 2016, The OCFC moved to a larger facility in the Town of Orange, Orange Virginia, 101 C Woodmark Street, providing easier accessibility, expanded hours, services and additional staff. This tremendous opportunity happened through the hard work and sponsorship of many generous and caring individuals!
P.O. Box 441
(540) 672-0793 Office
(540) 672-3531 Fax
Monday - Friday
9 am - 5 pm
Free Clinic Hours By Appointment:
Monday - Thursday
Monday: 9 to 4
Tuesday: 9 to 4 and Walk-In Clinic 4 to 7-No Appointment needed
Wednesday: 9 to 4
Thursday: 9 to 3
Friday- 9 to 5 ( No Providers available)