Primary Medical and Dental Care in Central, PA
If you live or work in Centre County and do not have health insurance…call us at (814) 231-4043
Centre Volunteers in Medicine will serve and advocate for the medically underserved living or working in Centre County.
Contact us if you need to set up an appointment for your family member or yourself.
Do you have a small business looking for a sponsorship and marketing opportunity? The Nittany Valley Half-Marathon has over 700 participants. Get the word out about your organization while supporting CVIM.
To become a sponsor or to participate in the 13.1 mile run/walk go to nittanyvalleyhalfmarathon.com
The 12th Annual Battle of the Minds
The Battle of the Minds auction was a great success. Thank you all for taking the time to support Centre Volunteers in Medicine and our mission to serve and advocate for the medically underserved residents of Centre County, PA.
Congratulations to everyone who:
- placed a winning bid
- generously donated an item for auction
- invited family, friends and neighbors to make their bid to build a better world
CALLING ALL VOLUNTEERS. Would you like to help change and even save lives? You can make a difference at Centre Volunteers in Medicine. CVIM is looking for clinical as well as non-clinical volunteers like you! You can sign up here.
CVIM SPEAKERS would like to come to your organization or group meeting to update you on what is going on with healthcare in our region, contact us for more information.
In February CVIM celebrated 15 years of caring for the uninsured. Many programs and services have been added to better care for our neighbors. To make arrangements for a CVIM staff member to speak at your next meeting, email Sue Forster at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Our Newsletter, THE CARING CONNECTION, is available electronically.
We are proud members of VOLUNTEERS IN MEDICINE ALLIANCE. This is the only national nonprofit dedicated to building a network of sustainable free primary health care clinics for the uninsured in local communities. In 2016, these clinics engaged 10,500 volunteers and provided care to 95,000 individuals.