Since January 2002, the Crossroads Medical Mission has been providing primary medical services to those with difficulty accessing medical care in southwest Virginia and northeast Tennessee. Our medical staff includes two part-time nurse practitioners and two part-time board-certified family physicians. They are supported by an executive director, administrative assistant, executive assistant, and a large number of volunteers.
We are a Christian mission working in partnership with outreach organizations such as homeless shelters, food pantries, community centers, and Christian churches of various denominations. We work in conjunction with other service agencies and resources in the region.
NO ONE IS DENIED CARE. We specifically target those who have no ongoing source of health care, particularly the uninsured and low income individuals. We do not attempt to compete with established health care providers. While no patient is required to participate in religious activities in order to receive assistance, CMM offers Christian-based counseling.
We are a Christian mission. We are an independent, non-profit 501(c)3 organization incorporated in Virginia with a base of operations at State Street United Methodist Church in Bristol, VA. Our Board of Directors consists of representatives from the clergy, the business and legal communities, and the health care profession.
We are affiliated with the United Methodist Church through the Abingdon District of the Holston Conference. We are non-denominational in our mission and ecumenical in our partnerships.
Our staff physicians are board-certified by the American Board of Family Practice, licensed to practice in both Tennessee and Virginia. Our physicians are members of the American Academy of Family Physicians. Our nurse practitioners are board-certified by the ANCC, and also licensed to practice in both Tennessee and Virginia.