As part of Inova’s not-for-profit mission, Inova collaborates with regional partners to offer a number of programs that ensure all community members have access to quality healthcare services. By offering services and programs that help people stay healthy, Inova fosters broad community wellness that enables individuals to live longer, healthier lives. We recognize the diverse needs of our community and have established the following services to meet that need:
The Inova Health Access team identifies uninsured adults and children and connects them with an appropriate and affordable source of quality healthcare services.
In partnership with the Virginia Department of Health, this program offers free care coordination services, education, and support for families with children who have special healthcare needs.
Health Information Partnership (HIP) is a collaboration between Inova and Fairfax County Public Library to improve community access to health information.
A patient-centered medical home providing comprehensive pediatric services to families who qualify for Medicaid, are uninsured, or underinsured.
In collaboration with the City of Alexandria, Fairfax County and Loudoun County health departments, the Inova Cares Clinic for Women provides low-cost or no-cost obstetric and gynecological services for women who are uninsured, underinsured, or insured by Medicaid.
A patient-centered medical home providing comprehensive primary care services to families who qualify for Medicaid, FAMIS, Inova’s Financial Assistance Program, or are uninsured.
Offering endocrinology medical visits, comprehensive diabetes education and classes, and medical nutrition therapy for adults and children with metabolic issues and diabetes.
In collaboration with the Fairfax Area Agency on Aging, ElderLink provides comprehensive assessments for older adults and their caregivers to help determine what type of assistance is needed for each individualized situation.
Providing specialized forensic medical evaluations services for children and adults who have been victims of violent crime, including sexual assault, domestic violence, physical child abuse, elder physical abuse, strangulation, and human sex trafficking.
Nutrition education for elementary school-aged children. This program is offered for free to elementary schools in Fairfax County, Loudoun County, and the City of Alexandria that have at least 50 percent of students eligible for free and reduced-price lunch.
Providing HIV care and prevention at seven location across Northern Virginia.
Providing a full continuum of outpatient mental health services, substance use disorder treatment services, and special education programs for children, adolescents, and their families in a convenient and child-friendly setting.
Providing free eye care to uninsured adult patients who are at or below 200% of the federal poverty line (FPL).
Inova Loudoun Mobile Health Services brings health screenings and other preventive wellness efforts into the Loudoun community via a fully equipped bus.
Bringing primary care services to homebound patients who are 65 years of age or greater.
In collaboration with the Virginia Department of Medical Assistance Services, Virginia Health Care Foundation, and the regional school systems, this program identifies uninsured children and adults, and links them with insurance options.