This year is Lackey Clinic’s 20th Anniversary of providing quality medical care for low income and uninsured residents of York County, Greater Williamsburg and the Virginia Peninsula.

Over those 20 years, we’ve grown from the one-day-week Lackey Free Clinic housed in a Sunday school classroom to a modern facility providing a full range of healthcare services to more than 1,500 patients.

To reflect that growth and to anticipate our future, we changed our name to Lackey Clinic with the descriptive tag line a free and charitable healthcare center.


Patient Information

patient_center If you’re uninsured or have limited income, we’re here to provide for your medical, dental and other health care needs. Click here for details about eligibility, clinical appointments and other patient information.

Ways to give

ways_to_give For the past 20 years, the community’s financial support of Lackey Clinic not only has been generous but also essential to our growth as a medical home for thousands of low income and uninsured patients.


Whether you’re a medical professional or a layperson looking for a way to make a difference in your community, Lackey Clinic needs your help to fulfill our mission. Please contact us about becoming a volunteer.

Patient Stories

Mr. Jones suffered a left pelvic fracture after falling off a roof while working. He required two major surgeries to repair the fractures, spent seven days in the hospital to recover. He also needed intensive outpatient follow-up...

Services Offered

Our state-of-the-art clinic offers a full range of medical, dental, pharmaceutical and mental health services to low income and uninsured residents of York and James city Counties, Greater Williamsburg and Newport News.