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.