1129 Heatherstone DrFredericksburg, VA 22407
Mon - Fri 8AM - 5PM / Every Other Thurs. until 6PMSaturday hours no longer available / Sun. Closed
The Fredericksburg Christian Health Center is a primary care medical clinic. We provide office visits at our two locations – in Fredericksburg at the Heatherstone Office Park behind BJs and in Spotsylvania at Merchant Square near the courthouse.
We stay up to date on the most current evidence based guidelines and research in order to provide you with high quality and cost-effective care- avoiding unnecessary testing, treatments, and referrals. Multiple studies have shown that much of what is done in modern American medicine is unnecessary and offers little to no benefit to the patient. We hope to try to break that trend, and be as much of a “one stop shop” for your health care needs as we are able to.
Preventative Medicine Services such as: Annual Physical Exams, Well Woman Exams, Infant check-ups, Well child visits, Sports Physicals, Immunizations, Contraceptive Management, Recommended Cancer Screening (Colon, Lung, Skin, Breast, Cervical, Prostate), and Medicare Annual Wellness Exams.
Chronic Disease Management: Diabetes, High Blood Pressure, High Cholesterol, Heart Failure, Asthma and Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD), Thyroid disorders, Obesity, Anxiety and Depression, Dementia, Arthritis, Acid Reflux, Irritable Bowell Syndrome, etc.
Acute Care: Infections, stomach problems, minor injuries/joint pains, rashes, pelvic complaints (abnormal bleeding or discharge), etc.
Mental Health: FCHC partners with multiple healthcare providers in the area to provide affordable and Christian-centric counseling for our patients, both insured and uninsured. We are working to have a counselor volunteer with us one day a week. We are also pursuing grants to fund at least part time mental health services at FCHC. Please pray that God will allow us to expand our services to provide more comprehensive care to you!
Controlled Substances: The United States is currently suffering from an epidemic of patients dying and having adverse effects from using controlled substances such as narcotic pain medications and certain anxiety medications. Many of those who suffer the ill effects of these medications are not abusing them, but taking them as prescribed. Although there are times when a short-term prescription for a controlled substance is necessary and helpful, we do our best to not prescribe these medications in keeping with the old adage “First, do no harm.” Increasingly the research shows that long term use of these medications is not beneficial for most who take them, and often do more harm than good, and for this reason as a general rule we will not provide recurrent prescriptions of controlled substances at FCHC.