Our services


Walk-in Clinic Urgent Care

 Even if you're not prepared for an injury or illness, we are. You don't need an appointment to be treated through our Walk-in Clinic and you will never receive a bill for the care you receive through Lebanon Valley Volunteers in Medicine.  Patients are seen on a first-come, first seen basis.

We DO NOT provide emergency medical treatment at Lebanon Valley Volunteers in Medicine. If you are experiencing a medical emergency, you should call 911 and proceed to the nearest Hospital Emergency Room. 


Basic Primary Care

Lebanon Valley Volunteers in Medicine provides primary medical treatment for adults (18 to 64 years of age) who do not have health insurance and lack the means to pay for their basic medical needs. Our services are provided in a modern, well-equipped facility provided by highly trained volunteer health care staff.  Established patients are seen in the primary care clinic on an appointment basis. 


Chronic Disease Management

If you have one or more chronic health conditions like heart disease, high blood pressure or diabetes, we want to help you manage these conditions so you can stay as healthy as possible. This means helping you with weight management, diet, exercise, medication and engaging in good health practices. 



Once you are a patient at Lebanon Valley Volunteers in Medicine many of your medications can be filled through our dispensary at no cost to you.  Pharmaceutical companies donate medications to our dispensary for low-income patients.   If we do not have the medication you need,  we can assist you in completing a Pharmaceutical Assistance application.  

Lebanon Valley Volunteers in Medicine does not prescribe, stock or dispense narcotic medications.


Diabetes Management and Education

Lebanon Valley Volunteers in Medicine has partnered with WellSpan  Health - Good Samaritan Hospital and Juntos De Lebanon to provide diabetic support and education to Spanish speaking  residents of Lebanon County.  The group meets every other Tuesday at La Placita De Lebanon Restaurant.  Education and support are provided by physicians, diabetic educators, and other health professionals.  We also provide blood glucose monitoring at the clinic and assist patients with the acquisition of home glucose monitoring equipment and testing strips.

ELIGIBILITY Requirements

To be eligible for our services you must:

  • be between the ages of 18 and 64
  • live or work in Lebanon County, PA
  • have gross income equal to or below  200% of the federal poverty guidelines
  • not be eligible for Medical Assistance, Medicare, Veteran’s Benefits, or have private insurance  
  • not seeking care for injuries covered by Worker's Compensation or medical condition caused by an automobile accident.

Gross Annual Income Earned for 2020 Must be at or Below:

    Number in Family        Household Income

                       1                                $25,520

                       2                                $34,480

                       3                                $43,440

                       4                                $52,400

                       5                                $61,360

If you think you or somebody you know may qualify for our assistance?  Call us for an Intake appointment at 717-272-2252.  

Do you have an urgent medical need?  Visit our Walk-in Clinic, no appointment necessary.  The hours of the Walk-in Clinic are  Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday between 9:00 AM and 3:00 PM.  Patients are seen in the order of arrival.  

Lebanon Valley Volunteers in Medicine does NOT provide emergency care.   If you are having a medical emergency please call 911 or proceed to the nearest Emergency Room. 

We provide $2+ million in services to the Lebanon Valley Community.

$750,000 - Value in ER Avoidance 

          $545,000 - Value of Diagnostic Testing

     $384,000 - In-Kind Medical Services

     $272,000 - Prescription Medication 

          $   90,000 - Specialty/Surgical Services