News & Notes
CPC is currently seeking Primary Care and Internal Medicine Physicians to join our group! Click here.
We are sad to announce that Dr. J. Keith Scott has left our Wyndham office. For additional information click here.
We are pleased to welcome several new providers to the CPC team! They are accepting new patients, so be sure to book yours today!
Jenifer E. Carr, MD to our Wyndham office.
Amy Hull, PA-C to our Ridgefield office.
Jacquelin Louis, PA-C to our Huguenot office.
Nikta Safavi, PA-C to our Glen Forest office.
Sherri T. Jackson, MD to our Ridgefield office.
NCR Affiliation. Click here for more information.
CPC is now participating in the MD Valuecare ACO. FAQs.
Welcome to Commonwealth Primary Care
Commonwealth Primary Care is a physician practice that provides medical services to patients at eight offices throughout the Richmond area. Originally known as four separate practices – Family Physicians, Henrico Internists, Huguenot Primary Care, and Richmond Primary Care – our doctors joined together with the common vision of a privately owned Primary Care group to care for the wellness of individuals and families in the most comprehensive, efficient and convenient way possible.
Commonwealth Extended Care
Commonwealth Primary Care is now available to serve your Extended Care needs! We are pleased to announce the opening of Commonwealth Extended Care at our 1800 Glenside Drive location for your urgent and after-hours health care needs. Commonwealth Extended Care is open M-F from 11:00AM to 7:30PM, Saturday and Sunday 9AM to 2PM. If you have any questions please call us at 804-285-SICK (7425).
Requests for Over the Counter Medicine Prescriptions
Effective January 1, 2011, the Federal Government requires that patients have a prescription for over the counter (OTC) medicines and medical supplies in order to receive reimbursement through a tax free HSA, FSA, or HRA.
A Patient requesting prescriptions for OTC medications and/ or supplies should make an appointment with his or her health care provider to discuss the use of the medication before a prescription can be written.
If you attend an appointment for another problem you may ask for OTC prescriptions during that appointment, as long as the request is for three or fewer OTC items. More than three items will require a separate appointment so that your healthcare provider will have adequate time to evaluate your need and use of the medication.
When a prescription is written by a Physician, Physician Assistant or Nurse Practitioner, that professional is verifying that the medication is appropriate for the patient. Please allow us adequate time to evaluate your request and provide you with safe and appropriate medical care.
Thank you for your continued trust in the doctors and staff at Commonwealth Primary Care.
Commonwealth Primary Care, Inc. does not discriminate against any person on the basis of race, color, national origin, disability, or age in admission, treatment, or participation in its programs, services and activities, or in employment. For further information about this policy, contact: Commonwealth Primary Care, Inc., Executive Director, (804) 288-0399, ext. 200, TDD/State Relay – 711.