Please mask if you have symptoms
If you or your child have cold or flu symptoms, please call 401.387.9636 to check in for your appointment and please wear a mask before entering our building. Masks are available at the front desk. If you have any questions, please call 401.539.2461.
Mobile Check-In Coming Soon
In January, Wood River Health will offer Mobile Check-in with the Phreesia app for quicker, convenient check-in before appointments. Please be sure we have your most current cell phone number and/or email address on file. Learn more about checking in with Phreesia here.
Survey for Washington County residents
Please complete this survey to help our Health Equity Zone (HEZ) Healthy Bodies Healthy Minds understand the needs of the community and better the health of people living in Washington County. Participants will be entered into a drawing to win a prize. Must be a resident of Washington County to participate. Click here for the survey or learn more about Healthy Bodies Healthy Minds here.
NEW HOURS for East Side Clinical Lab
East Side Clinical Laboratory at Hope Valley now has Saturday hours! See hours below. Experience shorter wait times in the afternoons during the week or on Saturdays. Please remember ESCL's policy requires that patients present a photo ID and insurance card at every lab visit. For a list of the insurances they accept visit here.
Monday - Friday
8:30 AM - 5:00 PM
Closed for lunch: 12:30 PM- 1:00 PM
9:00am - 1:30pm
Physical Therapy now at Hope Valley!
Specialized Orthopedic Physical Therapy has officially opened in our new space at Hope Valley. They are now scheduling appointments to treat sports injuries, post-operative physical therapy, overuse injuries, balance disorders, joint and muscle sprains. Contact Ryan Collins, DPT at 401.387.9630 to schedule a visit. Learn more here.
The Rhode Island Department of Health advises people not to drink the water at our Hope Valley location at this time. 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.
Wood River Health’s Hope Valley well water system does not currently meet the new public drinking water regulations due to an exceedance of acceptable levels of a certain chemical. 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.
Please see our public notice regarding the water at our Hope Valley location.
Your Home for Health
Learn about Wood River Health with our video produced by PMC Media Group featuring our patients and staff. 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.