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Central Virginia Health Services, Inc.

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- Ample time to fall in love with Virginia while enjoying weekends off!

- We offer a competitive compensation with bonus potential and great comprehensive benefits!


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Central Virginia Health Services, Inc.

Virginia is for Lovers!

Wash the world away on pristine Eastern Shore beaches, or play hard with Virginia Beach’s nightlife. Liven things up at our theme parks, water-parks, wildlife adventures, and hands-on historical fun every day of the week. Mile-high Mount Rogers induces paramount exhilaration, as does our 540 miles of Appalachian Trail. The Blue Ridge Parkway and Skyline Drive offer some of the most spectacular views in the world. Come fall in love with Virginia and see for yourself what makes this place so special!

You will Love working for us as well. We offer:

- A Competitive Salary with Bonus Potential
- Great Comprehensive Benefits
- Dedicated Staff. Our employees work hard to achieve our mission and have fun while doing it!

We appreciate our employees and recognize the importance of providing a competitive employment package. We'd like to help you understand more about the total package you receive as a valued member of our team.

Contact us to learn more about what we can offer you!


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Central Virginia Health Services, Inc.
25892 N. James Madison Hwy., P.O. Box 220, New Canton, VA 23123

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At Central Virginia Health Services we are committed to and must uphold a high level of care, meeting administrative, clinical, and financial standards as part of responsibility as a FQHC. We offer comprehensive care: medical, dental, behavioral health, pharmacy, and at some sites, x-ray services. The majority of our governing board is made up of our patients – at least 51% of board members must be representative of the patients we serve. 

Our Values: Patient Centered, Integrity, Professionalism, Continuous Improvement, Compassion

Our Mission: We are committed to providing safe, accessible, affordable, comprehensive, high quality, and culturally sensitive care to the people we serve.

 

Virginia

Virginia, a southeastern U.S. state, stretches from the Chesapeake Bay to the Appalachian Mountains, with a long Atlantic coastline. It's one of the 13 original colonies, with historic landmarks including Monticello, founding father Thomas Jefferson’s iconic Charlottesville plantation. The Jamestown Settlement and Colonial Williamsburg are living-history museums reenacting Colonial and Revolutionary-era life.

Are you a long-time admirer of Virginia or is this your first rendezvous? Either way, you’ll surely enjoy seeing first-hand all the ways love lives in Virginia. Wash the world away on pristine Eastern Shore beaches, or play hard with Virginia Beach’s nightlife. Liven things up at our theme parks, water parks, wildlife adventures, and hands-on historical fun every day of the week. Mile-high Mount Rogers induces paramount exhilaration, as does our 540 miles of Appalachian Trail. The Blue Ridge Parkway and Skyline Drive offer some of the most spectacular views in the world. From world-class performers at Wolf Trap in Vienna to the famed Carter Family Fold in the Heart of Appalachia, Virginia crackles with live music. What you'll love about Virginia is its devotion to the stories, experiences and people who make us what we are today. Wherever you find yourself - in a garden, at an art museum, performance hall or theme park - you might discover something that sparks a life-long interest.

CVHS - Appomattox Area Health and Wellness Center
321C Polar Drive, Petersburg, VA 23805

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Appomattox Area Health & Wellness Center, which opened in September 2007, is the second location in Petersburg, VA. This facility offers medical, dental, behavioral health and pharmacy services. Created in part from a generous donation from the Cameron Foundation, this location has an on-site pharmacy to serve our patients and provides dental services as well as medical services. Our staff at this location includes Dr. Robbie Lewis-Blackwell, a pediatrician, and Dr. Juan Rivas, a family practice physician who speaks Spanish fluently. Dr. Sheilandice Holmes joined our staff in May of 2008 to provide dental services to patients in our service area. 

Petersburg, VA

The Petersburg Area has a firm place in our nation’s history books. From the founding of the Citie of Henricus in 1611 in Chesterfield County to Revolutionary and Civil War battles fought in Petersburg, the area was destined to become a place of importance in Virginia and American history. Situated along the James River and at the confluence of the James and Appomattox rivers, the Petersburg Area played a significant role in our nation’s early days and continues to be a region of great historic, commercial and economic importance.

CVHS - Caroline Family Practice
102 W. Broaddus Ave., Ste. 200, Bowling Green, VA 22427

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Since we began in 1970, Central Virginia Health Services has been providing accessible and affordable healthcare to underserved populations. Today, over 48,000 people access CVHS sites for medical, dental, behavioral health, and pharmacy services. We take most major insurance plans and offer a sliding fee (discount) for those who need it. Lack of insurance or money should not prevent you from getting the health care you need.

Our providers focus health care on you, the patient. Health promotion, learning what lifestyle changes you can make to become healthier; chronic disease management, including affordable medications; testing for diseases so that early detection can perhaps save your life; patient education so that you can better understand your health condition--all of these services are part of our commitment to you.

We invite you to meet our providers, review our programs and site location, and learn more about CVHS community health centers through this website. Come see how we transform lives through exceptional healthcare.

 

Bowling Green, VA

One of Virginia's most historic communities, Bowling Green is located in the center of beautiful Caroline County, Virginia at the intersection of State Routes 301, 207, and 2 and just eleven miles due east of Exit 104 on Interstate Highway 95. Caroline County was recently named a 2009 "All-American City". The Town of Bowling Green is situated adjacent to Fort A. P. Hill, a U.S. Army installation and training facility, on its Northeast boundary. Located just 15 miles to the South off Route 301 are The Meadow Event Park which hosts the State Fair of Virginia along with other events throughout the year and King's Dominion. For the golf enthusiast and purist, Mattaponi Springs Golf Club offers a nearby golfing experience on a course that is ranked 2nd in the nation by Golf Digest.

 

Take a walk along our tree-lined streets. Stroll through the historic district and see the Colonial and Victorian homes. Visit the Civil War Trails sites and view Sidney King’s Union Occupation Mural on the lawn of the 1835 Jeffersonian Courthouse. Dine at one of the restaurants, shop with the merchants, and spend the night at one of the inns. As you arrive in and depart our Town, take advantage of driving along the historic Washington-Rochambeau Route of September 1781.

 

 

CVHS - Central Virginia Health Services
Richmond, VA 23219

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In November, 1970, the day after Thanksgiving, Central Virginia Community Health Center opened, operating out of three trailers, one each in Buckingham, Fluvanna and Cumberland Counties. Since then, CVHS has steadily grown to include a total of fourteen sites serving fifteen counties and three cities. In addition to the original counties, CVHS also serves Charlotte, Brunswick, Caroline, Prince Edward, Prince George, Southern Albemarle, Charles City, King William, King and Queen, Louisa, Richmond, and Westmoreland.  The cities it serves include Fredericksburg, Petersburg and Hopewell.  While each site grew out of a unique community need, all of them were created in response to the need for accessible, affordable health care. Services are not restricted to the residents of these specific service areas, and CVHS providers’ welcome patients from any locality.

Richmond, VA

An economically progressive city and Virginia's capital, Richmond offers a wealth of amenities not easily found other East Coast municipalities.

Richmond's complete livability can be measured in numerous ways such as the beautiful neighborhoods with striking architecture; a vast cultural and educational heritage befitting its more than 200,000 citizens; noted historic prestige tracing back to the early English settlers.

Nationally recognized for its vitality and New Economy embrace, Richmond's diversified employment base extends from chemical, food and tobacco manufacturing to biotechnology, semi-conductors and high-tech fibers. The city consistently ranks among "Best Places to Live and Work in America" in several national publications.

Richmond is among a handful of mid-sized cities to offer a flourishing cultural community enhanced by several first-class museums and prominent universities, its own symphony, professional ballet and opera, and numerous theater companies and art galleries.

While offering easy access to the ocean, mountains and Washington, D.C., Richmond features countless pastimes at home. Trendy boutiques and restaurants, numerous sports and entertainment attractions, outdoor pursuits among one of the nation's largest river park systems, and a treasure trove of historic landmarks provide fun times galore.

For the five million who visit each year, Richmond is increasingly recognized for many distinguished yet unheralded qualities long enjoyed by those who already live here.

CVHS - Central Virginia Health Services, Inc.
25892 N. James Madison Hwy., P.O. Box 220, New Canton, VA 23123

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At Central Virginia Health Services we are committed to and must uphold a high level of care, meeting administrative, clinical, and financial standards as part of responsibility as a FQHC. We offer comprehensive care: medical, dental, behavioral health, pharmacy, and at some sites, x-ray services. The majority of our governing board is made up of our patients – at least 51% of board members must be representative of the patients we serve. 

Our Values: Patient Centered, Integrity, Professionalism, Continuous Improvement, Compassion

Our Mission: We are committed to providing safe, accessible, affordable, comprehensive, high quality, and culturally sensitive care to the people we serve.

New Canton, VA

In November, 1793, the Virginia General Assembly decreed that a town to be named "New Canton" was to be established in Buckingham County on the James River, near the mouth of Bear Garden Creek. The twenty five acres of land were located on the bluff above Cannon's Ferry, which had been in operation for many years. This land was to be laid out into lots of one half acre each, with "convenient cross streets running throughout". The main street and one angled cross street were the existing roads that served the ferry. The land was part of an original colonial land grant made to William Cannon on March 1, 1743. The land for the town was donated by Cannon's grandson, also named William, who hoped that the town would grow and prosper, causing his surrounding property to increase in value.

New Canton never became a "boom town" but it did have considerable commerce and enterprise in the 19th and early 20th centuries. There was a tan yard, a grist mill, a tobacco warehouse, a saw mill, several bars, a hotel, several general stores and a post office. In the early 20th century, there were gas pumps, a Ford automobile dealership and an orchard as well.

As motorcars became popular early in the 20th century, they too began using the bridge and the road down to the river became a highway for the ever-increasing motor vehicle traffic. The main highway that was to become U.S. Route 15 actually ran right through New Canton. This brought a boom in commerce to New Canton but it was to be short lived. In 1934, a new highway bridge opened a few hundred feet to the west of the town, effectively a bypass isolating New Canton from through traffic.

CVHS - Charles City Regional Health Services
9950 Courthouse Rd., Charles City, VA 23030

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At Central Virginia Health Services we are committed to and must uphold a high level of care, meeting administrative, clinical, and financial standards as part of responsibility as a FQHC. We offer comprehensive care: medical, dental, behavioral health, pharmacy, and at some sites, x-ray services. The majority of our governing board is made up of our patients – at least 51% of board members must be representative of the patients we serve. 

Our Values: Patient Centered, Integrity, Professionalism, Continuous Improvement, Compassion

Our Mission: We are committed to providing safe, accessible, affordable, comprehensive, high quality, and culturally sensitive care to the people we serve.

Charles City, VA

Charles City County is a living museum of history, architecture and man’s stewardship of the land. Her residents have witnessed every major event in American history and given their lives in the making of a nation. Its world-renowned plantation homes and other historic sites are vessels of our nation’s history. They are the homes and workplaces of patriots and presidents, agricultural pioneers, merchants, millers, Native Americans and African Americans; but, they are above all – timeless treasures in a timeless setting. We are located in the Richmond, VA Metropolitan Statistical Area. We are east of Richmond and west of Jamestown, with a southern border on the James River and an eastern border on the Chickahominy River. Charles City County is a place of origins. Located just a few miles upriver from the first permanent English speaking settlement in America it has been a gateway to the nation that has grown from that first settlement. Millions of Americans can trace their ancestry back to this place.

There were two Charles City born Presidents – William Henry Harrison and John Tyler. There is plenty of history in Charles City County where people enjoy the country living and centrally located in the heart of the historic south. We are a small County with a lot to offer.

CVHS - Charlotte Primary Care
165 Le Grande Ave, Charlotte Court House, VA 23923

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In November 1970, the day after Thanksgiving, Central Virginia Community Health Center opened, operating out of three trailers, one each in Buckingham, Fluvanna and Cumberland Counties. Since then, CVHS has steadily grown to include a total of fourteen sites serving fifteen counties and three cities. In addition to the original counties, CVHS also serves Charlotte, Brunswick, Caroline, Prince Edward, Prince George, Southern Albemarle, Charles City, King William, King and Queen, Louisa, Richmond, and Westmoreland. The cities it serves include Fredericksburg, Petersburg, and Hopewell. While each site grew out of a unique community need, all of them were created in response to the need for accessible, affordable health care. Services are not restricted to the residents of these specific service areas, and CVHS providers’ welcome patients from any locality.

The region covered by CVHS extends from Brunswick County in south central Virginia to the northeast, to an area known as the Northern Neck, a peninsula between the Potomac and Rappahannock Rivers. The southern part of Virginia had suffered economically with the decline of the tobacco industry, and the prevailing poverty rates are indicative of the long-term impact that decline has had on this region’s residents.

In addition to being medically underserved, many of the sites are also in Health Professional Shortage Areas (HPSA). CVHS has had a number of providers who have benefited from the National Health Service Corp’s loan repayment program. Like other community health centers, CVHS is located in medically underserved areas. The nature of the underserved may vary (poverty, geographic isolation, too few primary care providers), but CVHS is committed to helping residents of its service area get the health care they need, where they need it and in a way that ensures its patients are treated with dignity and respect, regardless of their life circumstances.

Charlotte Court House, VA

Charlotte Courthouse is a town in the county seat of Charlotte County. It has a total area of 4.0 square miles and all of it is land. The Courthouse building was also used in the filming of the movie "Somersby" in the summer of 1992 with actors Richard Gere, Jodie Foster, and James Earl Jones.

Charlotte Court House has three different schools inside the town limits. Randolph-Henry High School for grades 9-12, Central Middle School for grades 6-8, and the Early Learning Center for pre-kindergarten.

CVHS - Community Health Center of the Rappahannock Region
1965 Jefferson Davis Hwy, Fredericksburg, VA 22401

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At Central Virginia Health Services we are committed to and must uphold a high level of care, meeting administrative, clinical, and financial standards as part of responsibility as a FQHC. We offer comprehensive care: medical, dental, behavioral health, pharmacy, and at some sites, x-ray services. The majority of our governing board is made up of our patients – at least 51% of board members must be representative of the patients we serve. 

Our Values: Patient Centered, Integrity, Professionalism, Continuous Improvement, Compassion

Our Mission: We are committed to providing safe, accessible, affordable, comprehensive, high quality, and culturally sensitive care to the people we serve.

Fredericksburg, VA

The Fredericksburg, Virginia area, rests on the banks of the pristine Rappahannock River. Immerse yourself in the past as you stroll through the 40-block historic district in downtown Fredericksburg. Witness a Civil War reenactment or walk in the footsteps of a Civil War general who fought on the grounds of Fredericksburg and Spotsylvania when the North and South were at war. Wander through art galleries, see a Broadway quality musical and savor the delectable cuisine at an area eatery. Play a round of golf during your visit or enjoy outdoor activities at Lake Anna State Park. We offer so many Things To Do, the possibilities are endless!

CVHS - Health & Wellness Center of Louisa
115 Jefferson Hwy., Ste.9, Louisa, VA 23093

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Appomattox Area Health & Wellness Center, which opened in September 2007, is the second location in Petersburg, VA. This facility offers medical, dental, behavioral health and pharmacy services. Created in part from a generous donation from the Cameron Foundation, this location has an on-site pharmacy to serve our patients and provides dental services as well as medical services. Our staff at this location includes Dr. Robbie Lewis-Blackwell, a pediatrician and Dr. Juan Rivas, a family practice physician who speaks Spanish fluently. Dr. Sheilandice Holmes joined our staff in May of 2008 to provide dental services to patients in our service area.

Louisa, VA

Located in Central Virginia, the Town of Louisa has about 1555 residents. It has all the advantages of a small community, but is within an hour's drive from Richmond and Charlottesville, and barely two hours from Washington, D.C., the Blue Ridge Mountains, and the Atlantic Ocean.

"The Town of Louisa is the center of government, commerce, culture, and arts for the County. As the heart of the County, we take responsibility for our destiny and commit to leadership that will ensure our economic and collective success. We are a community that preserves and builds on our history while retaining our social fabric and small town appeal. Our Main Street defines us, providing a sense of place and identity and drawing citizens together to create a progressive, vibrant, and caring community." ----  Louisa Town Council

 

CVHS - Health Center for Women and Families
833 Buffalo Street, Suite 200, Farmville, VA 23901

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At Central Virginia Health Services we are committed to and must uphold a high level of care, meeting administrative, clinical, and financial standards as part of responsibility as a FQHC. We offer comprehensive care: medical, dental, behavioral health, pharmacy, and at some sites, x-ray services. The majority of our governing board is made up of our patients – at least 51% of board members must be representative of the patients we serve. 

Our Values: Patient Centered, Integrity, Professionalism, Continuous Improvement, Compassion

Our Mission: We are committed to providing safe, accessible, affordable, comprehensive, high quality, and culturally sensitive care to the people we serve.

Farmville, VA

Nestled against the Appomattox River in the rolling hills of the Piedmont of Virginia, Farmville is naturally beautiful. The Town of Farmville is a destination for tourism, recreation, retirement and trade not only because of its attention to infrastructure, but also because of its attention to its beauty. It is attractive to those who live, work or visit here. Its rich history and its current status as a center of trade and commerce is preserved and enhanced by its dedication to architectural integrity and improvement of the natural environment through a system of parks, green spaces, walking trails and waterways. New growth and development of the Town incorporate the concepts of history, civic pride and natural beauty. Educational programs ensure that our citizens appreciate the history of the region and the importance of beauty in creating a sense of community pride and well-being.

 

CVHS - Hopewell- Prince George Community Health Center
4260 Crossings Blvd. Suite 2, Prince George, VA 23875

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In November, 1970, the day after Thanksgiving, Central Virginia Community Health Center opened, operating out of three trailers, one each in Buckingham, Fluvanna and Cumberland Counties. Since then, CVHS has steadily grown to include a total of fourteen sites serving fifteen counties and three cities. In addition to the original counties, CVHS also serves Charlotte, Brunswick, Caroline, Prince Edward, Prince George, Southern Albemarle, Charles City, King William, King and Queen, Louisa, Richmond, and Westmoreland.  The cities it serves include Fredericksburg, Petersburg and Hopewell.  While each site grew out of a unique community need, all of them were created in response to the need for accessible, affordable health care. Services are not restricted to the residents of these specific service areas, and CVHS providers’ welcome patients from any locality.

Petersburg, VA

The Petersburg and King George area is located 30 minutes from Richmond Virginia. It has a firm place in our nation’s history books. From the founding of the Citie of Henricus in 1611 in Chesterfield County to Revolutionary and Civil War battles fought in Petersburg, the area was destined to become a place of importance in Virginia and American history. Situated along the James River and at the confluence of the James and Appomattox rivers, the Petersburg Area played a significant role in our nation’s early days and continues to be a region of great historic, commercial and economic importance. 

CVHS - King William-Dawn Community Doctors
11814 King William Rd, Aylett, VA 23009

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At Central Virginia Health Services, we are committed to and must uphold a high level of care, meeting administrative, clinical, and financial standards as part of responsibility as a FQHC. We offer comprehensive care: medical, dental, behavioral health, pharmacy, and at some sites, x-ray services. The majority of our governing board is made up of our patients – at least 51% of board members must be representative of the patients we serve. 

Our Values: Patient-Centered, Integrity, Professionalism, Continuous Improvement, Compassion

Our Mission: We are committed to providing safe, accessible, affordable, comprehensive, high quality, and culturally sensitive care to the people we serve.

Aylett, VA

As of 2014, Aylett population is 6,344 people. Since 2000, it has had a population growth of 7.29 percent. The median home cost in Aylett is $152,000. Home appreciation the last year has been 1.70 percent. Compared to the rest of the country, Aylett cost of living is 1.20% Lower than the U.S. average. Aylett public schools spend $10,231 per student. The average school expenditure in the U.S. is $12,435. There are about 13.6 students per teacher in Aylett. Aylett is an unincorporated community in King William County, Virginia, United States.[1] It is located where Virginia State Route 360 crosses the Mattaponi River. William Aylett and his family had several prominent warehouses and mills in the area. Formerly, Todd's Bridge (no longer in existence) (aka Todd's) was north of Aylett. Todd's and Aylett were both mentioned in Tobacco Inspection Act of 1730 legislation as a location for a public tobacco inspection warehouse. Later, in 1781, Todd's Bridge provided crossing of the Mattaponi as a part of the Washington–Rochambeau Revolutionary Route. Burlington, Holly Hill, Roseville Plantation, and Zoar are listed on the National Register of Historic Places.

CVHS - Petersburg Health Care Alliance
541 South Sycamore Street, Petersburg, VA 23803

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At Central Virginia Health Services we are committed to and must uphold a high level of care, meeting administrative, clinical, and financial standards as part of responsibility as an FQHC. We offer comprehensive care: medical, dental, behavioral health, pharmacy, and at some sites, x-ray services. The majority of our governing board is made up of our patients – at least 51% of board members must be representative of the patients we serve.

Our Values: Patient-Centered, Integrity, Professionalism, Continuous Improvement, Compassion

Our Mission: We are committed to providing safe, accessible, affordable, comprehensive, high quality, and culturally sensitive care to the people we serve.

The Petersburg Area has a firm place in our nation’s history books. From the founding of the City of Henricus in 1611 in Chesterfield County to Revolutionary and Civil War battles fought in Petersburg, the area was destined to become a place of importance in Virginia and American history. Situated along the James River and at the confluence of the James and Appomattox rivers, the Petersburg Area played a significant role in our nation’s early days and continues to be a region of great historic, commercial and economic importance.

CVHS - Southern Albemarle Family Practice
2256 Irish Road, Esmont, VA 22937

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At Central Virginia Health Services we are committed to and must uphold a high level of care, meeting administrative, clinical, and financial standards as part of responsibility as a FQHC. We offer comprehensive care: medical, dental, behavioral health, pharmacy, and at some sites, x-ray services. The majority of our governing board is made up of our patients – at least 51% of board members must be representative of the patients we serve. 

Our Values: Patient Centered, Integrity, Professionalism, Continuous Improvement, Compassion

Our Mission: We are committed to providing safe, accessible, affordable, comprehensive, high quality, and culturally sensitive care to the people we serve.

Esmont, VA

Esmont is a census-designated place (CDP) in Albemarle County, Virginia, United States. The population as of the 2010 Census was 528.

Esmont, Guthrie Hall, and Mountain Grove are listed the National Register of Historic Places.

The town was built from land purchased from the former Esmont plantation estate, for which the town was named. Having rich soil, the town has historically been a farming community. The area has been populated since the eighteenth century, though it did not acquire a post office until the latter part of the nineteenth century.

 

CVHS - Southside Community Health Center
8380 Boydton Plank Rd., Alberta, VA 23821

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At Central Virginia Health Services we are committed to and must uphold a high level of care, meeting administrative, clinical, and financial standards as part of responsibility as a FQHC. We offer comprehensive care: medical, dental, behavioral health, pharmacy, and at some sites, x-ray services. The majority of our governing board is made up of our patients – at least 51% of board members must be representative of the patients we serve. 

Our Values: Patient-Centered, Integrity, Professionalism, Continuous Improvement, Compassion

Our Mission: We are committed to providing safe, accessible, affordable, comprehensive, high quality, and culturally sensitive care to the people we serve.

Alberta, VA

Welcome to Alberta, this jewel of a small town located on Historic Route 1 right off Interstate 85 was founded in 1928 at the intersection of two major railroads. While the trains have been discontinued, we continue to preserve the quality of life experienced more than 80 years ago. Visitors can get the chance to watch one of our local civic groups make old fashioned Brunswick Stew. This regional treat is cooked in a huge black, iron pot over an open flame for about 12 hours using hand-cut chicken and vegetables. You can also visit Daniel's auction where estate sales draw hundreds of people from surrounding areas. Items for sale range from antique guns to building supplies and are held on Saturday, about twice a month.

We welcome you to drive into Alberta and invite you to visit our quaint town. Come sit on the park bench at the post office to experience the hub of activity in Town. You might get the opportunity to strike up a conversation with a citizen who will regale you with stories of the first steam engine to come into the area or the motel on the highway that featured Indian tee-pees as lodging. And don't forget to ask the locals about why the Town of Alberta is the home of Brunswick stew.


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Paula Tomko
COO

Phone
(434) 581 - 3276
Address
PO Box 220
New Canton, VA  23123

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