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Masks Required as of Sept 2023

Due to the increased rate of COVID in our community, masks are now required in Wood River Health’s facilities. Before entering our building, please call 401-387-9636 to check in for your appointment. Masks are available at the front desk. These measures are for the safety of our patients and our staff. Your cooperation is appreciated. If you have any questions, please contact (401) 539-2461.

The Power of Peer Support

September is Recovery Month!

Every Thursday in September, our Certified Peer Recovery Specialists will hold information sessions about Peer Support and how it can help you or your loved one find and maintain your own unique path of recovery. Join us at an area library from 5:30pm-6:30pm. For more information contact Erin Goodman at EGoodman@WoodRiverHealth.org or 401.539.2461, ext 315. 


9/14 Cross' Mills Library
9/21 Langworthy Library
9/28 Westerly Library


Harvest for Health Gala Virtual Auction is Open through Friday!

Our Virtual Auction is currently open with fabulous items including Patriots tickets, tickets to Foxwoods, Trinity Rep and other theatres, jewelry, getaways, and handmade items. The auction ends at 8:00 PM on Friday, September 22, and you do not have to be at the gala to bid on our items. Visit our auction page at 
32auctions.com/WoodRiverHealth.

Wood River Health Releases 2022 Annual Report

Wood River Health has released our 2022 Annual Report, which is filled with valuable information about our Federally Qualified Health Center's recent successes and updates about our ongoing initiatives. Click here to learn more about our report and to download a digital copy.

Wood River Health’s well water system does not currently meet the new public drinking water regulations. This exceedance is the result of a recent change in the requirements established by the Rhode Island Department of Health.

About half of all Rhode Island facilities are having this issue because of the new standards. Wood River Health is implementing treatments to reduce the levels of contaminants in our drinking water to ensure they fall below the new standard.

We are not under a Do Not Drink order, but bottled water is available at our front desk for our patients’ use until our final mitigation plan is approved by the Rhode Island Department of Health.

Expanding For Our Community

Construction Update, September 2023:

Construction of the new addition to Wood River Health's Hope Valley location is moving along quickly! A/Z Corporation is overseeing the construction of the two-story, 9,000 square foot building joined to the back of our existing facility at 823 Main Street, Hope Valley. We are happy to report that the project is on time and on budget with scheduled completion in the Fall of 2023. Interior work continues and the outside courtyard and patio is established. Stay tuned weekly for photos of the progress! To see more pictures of the progress or to learn about how to donate to our Capital Campaign, check out our Capital Campaign page.


Your Home for Health

Learn about Wood River Health with our new video produced by PMC Media Group featuring our patients and staff. A version of this video airs during the previews at the Misquamicut Beach Drive-In Movies this summer from May through September. Let us be YOUR Home for Health.

Wood River Health provides high-quality, affordable medical, dental and social services to the communities of southwestern Rhode Island and southeastern Connecticut. 

A private, nonprofit Community Health Center, Wood River Health receives U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) funding and has Federal Public Health Service (PHS) deemed status with respect to certain health or health-related claims, including medical malpractice claims, for itself and its covered individuals. 

Wood River Health is also recognized by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services as a Health Center Quality Leader, which is awarded to only 1-2% of community health care centers in the United States.