Center for High Blood Pressure

Mission: They offer their patients several health education programs that are structured to encourage disease prevention and management through beneficial lifestyle for high

Who They Help: The people that the Center for High Blood Pressure serves those who have high blood pressure or are at risk of hypertension, high cholesterol, or diabetes.


The Greater Richmond chapter is located at:

1200 West Cary Street
Richmond, VA 23220

Phone: 804-359-9375

What: When the Center for High Blood Pressure treats the medically indigent, the entire community benefits:

  • They relieve the financial burden on the community by providing care to people who have chronic conditions, preventing inevitable and costly outcomes.
  • They provide prescription drugs for a nominal fee to people who need medications but could not otherwise afford them.
  • They teach people with chronic health problems how to manage their lifestyles to improve overall wellness.  This means they miss fewer days from work and employers reduce health-related productivity losses.
  • They relieve the burden on full-service clinics by serving a targeted population with appropriate and efficient care.
  • They reduce costly visits to hospital emergency rooms by people who are uninsured.
  • They provide specialized care and free study medications for qualified individuals involved in our medically supervised research studies.

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