CVIM Care Statistics


Medical Clinic & Medication Assistance Program
  • In addition to visits with medical providers, we provide lab appointments, medicine check-ups, and patient education
  • Annual Well-Woman Examinations
  • Behavioral Health Clinic
  • Free necessary medications for established patients 
  • 27 physicians, 1 nurse practitioner, 1 physical Therapist, and 17 nurses volunteer their time to see patients in our clinic
  • Many specialty providers provide free or discounted services to our patients
Fiscal Year 2016-2017 Provider Visits
Lab visits
Prescriptions Filled
Dental Clinic
  • 9 volunteer dentists see patients in our clinic, while many other dentists and specialty providers (such as oral surgeons) see our patients in their own offices for no or reduced fees
  • Most common services provided are extractions, restorative work, emergency evaluations and dental hygiene
Fiscal Year 2016-2017 Total Dental Visits 1,754
Case Management
 We understand that basic needs such as housing, heat and food are important to your health. Our case management services are available to everyone to help access services and assistant to help with:
  • Completion of Medical Assistance Applications
  • Completion of Food Stamp Applications
  • Navigation of the Affordable Care Act Marketplace
  • Referal to local community agencies and resources
  • Smoking Cessation
  • Hearing Aide Assistance
Fiscal Year 2016-2017 CM Visits
Insurance Visits
Community Benefit

CVIM services provide continuity of care for our patients, while keeping them out of crowded emergency departments.  We improve their quality of life and health status, and help them to become healthy, high functioning contributors to our community.

We are part of the safety-net of community services in Centre County.  We refer to other agencies and are careful to not duplicate services.