Olde Towne Medical & Dental Center (OTMDC) was formed in 1993 to address the needs of Greater Williamsburg's uninsured and medically underserved residents. OTMDC was established as a public-private, non-profit, 501(c)3 agency with a mission "to provide quality, cost-effective, coordinated and preventative primary health care to clients, regardless of ability to pay."
Today, OTMDC is a Rural Health Center operated as a family practice staffed by a Medical Director, Dental Director, Clinical Director, Physician and Dental Assistants. In addition, extensive volunteer community support includes 11 physicians, 16 dentists and 45 other non-medical individuals who provide on average over 650 volunteer hours per month.
Innovative programs such as Chronic Care address issues with diabetes and asthma and the Medication Access Program which provides access to low cost medications have evolved to better serve OTMDC patients. OTMDC is also an integral part of the community Project Care initiative which brings together local physicians to coordinate care across multiple disciplines.
Currently, on average, OTMDC provides more than 1,350 medical and dental patient visits per month to uninsured, underinsured, Medicaid and Medicare residents. Services continue to expand to address growing community needs.