To our community

Our community is hurting and the pain is showing itself in ways that are sometimes uplifting and sometimes difficult to watch. But we are the healers. It is our mission and life’s work to help those who are hurting. Thank you for what you do every day to fulfill one of our key values—empathy. Our new mission, vision and values statement says this about empathy:

Empathy: We strive to understand the perspectives of our patients and co-workers. When our patients or co-workers hurt, we hurt. When they need help, we help. Not just because it is our job, but because it is the right thing to do.

We want to thank the leaders who brought so many of our community members together for the large and moving peaceful demonstration at Monument Terrace. This is our Lynchburg.

Let’s keep doing the right thing—together—with peace, justice, and healing in our hearts.

Our Services

Primary Care

We offer primary medical care for both children and adults, regardless of age, income or insurance status. Whether you’re in need of an annual wellness physical, have questions about your everyday health, need a well visit or are due for a vaccination, we are here to help.

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We provide complete primary care for all children under the age of 18. It’s our goal to help you monitor the growth, development and health of your child, plus educate you along the way to make the best decisions for their health.

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All Services

We offer a comprehensive roster of services, with a team of physicians and healthcare providers who truly care about your health.

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Welcome to the community access network

At Community Access Network, we want to see a community in which everyone has the freedom and empowerment to choose the healthcare that’s right for them and their family. We will lead the way in creating a network of healthcare providers and organizations that prioritize health and compassion over bottom lines and will work to break down the barriers that keep individuals from getting the care they deserve. We serve everyone—regardless of age or insurance status.

We want patients to understand that we—the staff, the physicians, the nurses— live, work and play in the same community as they do. When patients come to Community Access Network, they’re being treated by their neighbors, their fellow church members and those they see on the bus every morning. We want our patients to understand that their health is all that matters to us and that the quality of care they’ll receive will be consistent, courteous and compassionate.

Our medical offices are open evening hours, and we offer same-day and walk-in services at some locations.

We accept the following insurances: PCHP, Optima, Anthem, Aetna, VAPremier, Tricare, Medicaid and Medicare.

To make an appointment, or learn more about the Community Access Network, call 434-200-3366.


Monday through Friday: 8:30 a.m. to 8:30 p.m.

Weekends: 8:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.

Community Access Network is a non-profit, independent, Federally Qualified Health Center Look-Alike. We are governed by a board of directors composed of at least 51% patient representatives.

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