Express Health Care
July 6th, 2010
Express Health Care is available at our Pawtucket location, 42 Park Place, every Saturday from 8:30am – 4:30pm.
You do not have to be a BVCHC patient to see a doctor during Express Health Care.
No appointment necessary! Just walk-in.
Other Recent News
The neighborhood health station at Central Falls High School, which provides health and medical care for students, is considered to be an opportunity to build a culture of health for… read more
The City of Pawtucket is expecting to pave East Avenue during the next week or two. BVCHC patients will be unable to access the parking lots located in the back… read more
Patients now have the opportunity to win a prize simply by using their portal accounts! To be entered into a raffle they must do at least one of the following:… read more
Last week, Blackstone Valley Community Health Care was honored to welcome the inaugural class, in the Brown University Executive Master of Healthcare Leadership program, for a morning of shared best… read more
This morning, BVCHC’s very own Dr. Carla Martin, was recognized by the Rhode Island Health Center Association, as the recipient of their Clinical Leadership Award during their Annual Meeting. The… read more
Patients are needed to participate in a focus group and provide feedback about their experiences at our primary care offices. Participants will receive dinner during the group discussion, plus a… read more
BVCHC is proud to partner with Memorial Hospital and the Department of Family Medicine at Brown University’s medical school, while working in conjunction with the Central Falls School Department and… read more
Any individual, parent or child that was on RIte Care in 2013, will need to re-certify before the end of 2014. Anyone needing to re-certify, will receive an orange colored… read more
This morning’s edition of the Providence Business News, features an interview with our Executive Director, Raymond Lavoie. Mr. Lavoie focuses on the recent launch of our free smartphone app and… read more
Blackstone Valley Community Health Care’s pediatrician, Dr. Neelam Thapa, was recently interviewed by Reach Out and Read RI about the importance of reading to your children and the RORRI program.… read more