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Our Sunday Snapshot is a brief weekly email that brings CrossOver volunteers, staff, patients, and programs into focus. Subscribe to our email list to receive it and other occasional communications from CrossOver.
This past week at CrossOver was our first week offering community testing for COVID-19. Through funding from the City of Richmond, CrossOver is now scheduling free COVID-19 testing for persons ages 3 and up regardless of symptoms. Persons do not need to be CrossOver...Read more »
In June of 2019, we opened our CrossOver operations center, and we are delighted to celebrate its birthday—and the successes of its first year—this month. The operations center, located at our Henrico Clinic, receives phone calls for all programs at both CrossOver...Read more »
At CrossOver Healthcare Ministry, diversity is a fundamental value. Our patients come from over 100 countries and speak over 50 languages. We celebrate difference and work diligently to create spaces of welcome for patients, employees, volunteers, and donors from many...Read more »
CrossOver began accepting patients with Medicaid in January of 2019. Today, approximately 15% of our patients have Medicaid and 85% are uninsured. Now, with more Virginians becoming unemployed as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, you may know someone who has recently...Read more »
The April 20, 2020, edition of the Richmond Times-Dispatch included this article by CrossOver board chair Don Seitz, MD. In it, he writes about how the work done by CrossOver transforms not only patients, but CrossOver donors, staff, and volunteers like him. We are so...Read more »
Dr. Vivian Bruzzese, director of HIV programs at CrossOver, is an infectious disease specialist. Last week, she was featured by the Community Foundation for a Greater Richmond and the Jenkins Foundation in a Q&A that ran on both blogs. Click either link to read...Read more »
This National Volunteer Week, CrossOver had much to celebrate! Volunteers Get Creative Volunteer pharmacist Kathy Whitten has been sewing masks and making them available to her friends and neighbors through contactless porch pick-up. She's encouraging those who take a...Read more »
A Q&A with Becca Wethered, community engagement manager Q: What is it like to volunteer at CrossOver? A: Volunteering at CrossOver can look like many things, from seeing patients directly in exam rooms as a volunteer nurse, provider, scribe, or interpreter, to...Read more »
A Q&A with Schliqua Thompson, LPC Q: I’ve been struggling with the isolation of social distancing and the recent stay-at-home order from the governor. What can I do when I feel isolated or lonely? A: Remember that the opposite of isolation is connection. You can...Read more »
Each year, CrossOver holds a Spring into Action women's breakfast to raise funds in support of compassionate healthcare. The women's breakfast provides women the opportunity to support other women, as 64% of CrossOver's patients are women. This year, because of...Read more »
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