Angels of Mercy Receives National Recognition from the CDC

Angels of Mercy Medical Clinic’s Diabetes Management and; Prevention Program earned CDC Full Recognition for its diabetes prevention program. This designation is reserved for programs that have effectively delivered a quality, evidence-based program that meets all of the standards for CDC recognition. Angels of Mercy Medical Clinic provides free, compassionate quality health care to the uninsured residents of the greater Williamsburg area, Charles City, and New Kent Counties.

A total of 35 organizations in Virginia are eligible to apply for Full Recognition as participants in the CDC’s national Diabetes Prevention Recognition Program. Angels of Mercy is the only organization in the Commonwealth to achieve and maintain Full Recognition status. For more information about Angels of Mercy Medical Clinic go to

Community Service: Patient Care

As published in Inside Business, February 24, 2014.

The Williamsburg nonprofit offers free care to indigent, chronically ill patients, who can visit the brick building at 7151 Richmond Road on Tuesdays and Thursdays. On the other days, staff members make and take patient calls.

The outgoing phone calls are part of a strategy the nonprofit implemented about six years ago that’s rooted in team-based care. With about eight paid staffers and 20 volunteers, the clinic gives every patient a pre-visit, a clinical visit, a post-visit and follow-up phone calls.

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