Welcome Welcome to Community Health Centers of the Rutland Region. We look forward to taking care of the medical and dental needs for you and your family, something we’ve done since 2004. We operate Primary Care Medical Offices in Rutland, Brandon, Castleton, Shoreham and West Pawlet VT. We also operate dental clinics in Rutland and Shoreham. All of our offices are accepting new patients and we participate with most area insurance companies including Medicare and Medicaid and some insurances from neighboring New York State. We also offer Sliding Fee Scales to our patients who do not have medical insurance. The sliding scales are based on your income and family size. Please call one of our offices to make an appointment to find out if you qualify. One of our Outreach Coordinators will be happy to assist you. Our Primary Care Offices offer a full range of services including: Preventative health care (annual physicals, work physicals, school, camp and sports physicals) Women’s health care Well-child care including immunizations Management of chronic or serious illness Minor office procedures (including laceration repair and removal of skin lesions) Workers comp injuries X-ray and laboratory services are available at some of our locations. Express Care Hospital care for CHCRR patients is provided by the RRMC Hospital Medicine Program. CHCRR Pediatrics provides hospital care for pediatric patients. Grant Whitmer, Executive Director CHCRR Grant Whitmer, Executive Director CHCRR Our Mission The mission of the Community Health Centers of the Rutland Region is to improve the health and wellness of all people in the communities we serve by providing access to excellent medical and dental primary care regardless of any financial consideration. CHCRR is a Federally Qualified Health Center What is a Federally Qualified Health Center (FQHC)? CHCRR is a Federally Qualified Health Center (FQHC) which receives grants under Section 330 of the Public Health Service Act (PHS). As an FQHC, we qualify for enhanced reimbursement from Medicare and Medicaid. FQHCs provide care to an underserved area or population, offer a sliding fee scale, and deliver comprehensive services. CHCRR provides care to all patients regardless of their ability to pay.