Since we began in 1970, Central Virginia Health Services has been providing accessible and affordable healthcare to underserved populations. Today, over 48,000 people access CVHS sites for medical, dental, behavioral health, and pharmacy services. We take most major insurance plans and offer a sliding fee (discount) for those who need it. Lack of insurance or money should not prevent you from getting the health care you need.
Our providers focus health care on you, the patient. Health promotion, learning what lifestyle changes you can make to become healthier; chronic disease management, including affordable medications; testing for diseases so that early detection can perhaps save your life; patient education so that you can better understand your health condition--all of these services are part of our commitment to you.
We invite you to meet our providers, review our programs and site location, and learn more about CVHS community health centers through this website. Come see how we transform lives through exceptional healthcare.
One of Virginia's most historic communities, Bowling Green is located in the center of beautiful Caroline County, Virginia at the intersection of State Routes 301, 207, and 2 and just eleven miles due east of Exit 104 on Interstate Highway 95. Caroline County was recently named a 2009 "All-American City". The Town of Bowling Green is situated adjacent to Fort A. P. Hill, a U.S. Army installation and training facility, on its Northeast boundary. Located just 15 miles to the South off Route 301 are The Meadow Event Park which hosts the State Fair of Virginia along with other events throughout the year and King's Dominion. For the golf enthusiast and purist, Mattaponi Springs Golf Club offers a nearby golfing experience on a course that is ranked 2nd in the nation by Golf Digest.
Take a walk along our tree-lined streets. Stroll through the historic district and see the Colonial and Victorian homes. Visit the Civil War Trails sites and view Sidney King’s Union Occupation Mural on the lawn of the 1835 Jeffersonian Courthouse. Dine at one of the restaurants, shop with the merchants, and spend the night at one of the inns. As you arrive in and depart our Town, take advantage of driving along the historic Washington-Rochambeau Route of September 1781.