Richmond health clinic celebrates sixth location

Capital Area Health Network opened its 2,600 square foot facility at 1718 Williamsburg Road Thursday. (J. Elias O'Neal)

Capital Area Health Network opened its 2,600 square foot facility at 1718 Williamsburg Road Thursday. (J. Elias O’Neal)

A local nonprofit has added another location to its growing network.

The Capital Area Health Network opened its Fulton Hill location at 1718 Williamsburg Road Thursday in a building once occupied by Bank of America.

The organization has provided health and dental care to parts of the region that have limited access to health and dental services for 13 years, said Tracy Causey, Capital Area Health Network CEO.

With offices in Church Hill, Manchester, North Side, Mechanicsville and North Chesterfield, CAHN offers mental health, dental, pediatrics, HIV and AIDS screening and care, and family clinic care services.

It’s new 2,600 square foot location in Fulton Hill will offer medical care services, but will not include dental care services, Causey said.

The healthcare nonprofit is leasing the space from Richmond-based Youth With A Mission Virginia.

Causey said the nonprofit invested $450,000 into its Fulton Hill location, tapping Midlothian-based Downing Contractors to complete the work to the facility.

CAHN reported income of $11.3 million in 2014, according to its most recent financials available on nonprofit tracker Guidestar. It had expenses in the same year of $8.9 million.

Capital Area Health Network opened its 2,600 square foot facility at 1718 Williamsburg Road Thursday. (J. Elias O'Neal)

Capital Area Health Network opened its 2,600 square foot facility at 1718 Williamsburg Road Thursday. (J. Elias O’Neal)

A local nonprofit has added another location to its growing network.

The Capital Area Health Network opened its Fulton Hill location at 1718 Williamsburg Road Thursday in a building once occupied by Bank of America.

The organization has provided health and dental care to parts of the region that have limited access to health and dental services for 13 years, said Tracy Causey, Capital Area Health Network CEO.

With offices in Church Hill, Manchester, North Side, Mechanicsville and North Chesterfield, CAHN offers mental health, dental, pediatrics, HIV and AIDS screening and care, and family clinic care services.

It’s new 2,600 square foot location in Fulton Hill will offer medical care services, but will not include dental care services, Causey said.

The healthcare nonprofit is leasing the space from Richmond-based Youth With A Mission Virginia.

Causey said the nonprofit invested $450,000 into its Fulton Hill location, tapping Midlothian-based Downing Contractors to complete the work to the facility.

CAHN reported income of $11.3 million in 2014, according to its most recent financials available on nonprofit tracker Guidestar. It had expenses in the same year of $8.9 million.

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