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Tri-Area Community Health at Floyd is a primary care clinic that offers high quality services to the community. Our medical and behavioral health providers are qualified to manage most problems that might arise, both acute and chronic, in all ages of patients. This care extends from pediatrics to adults and geriatric patients and includes minor surgeries, routine laboratory testing, state of the art digital x-ray and family planning.



(540) 745-9290

Fax: (276) 398-3331



  • 140 Christiansburg Pike,
  • Floyd, VA 24091

Our Hours

  • Monday 8:00 AM - 6:30 PM

  • Tuesday 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM

  • Wednesday 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM

  • Thursday 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM

  • Friday 8:00 AM - 4:30 PM

Floyd Clinic

About Tri-Area Community Health at Floyd

We offer complete pediatric care from infancy through adolescent years for immunizations, routine well child examinations and sick visits. Our practitioners and skilled nurses also provide women’s health services, including annual exams, PAP tests, pregnancy testing, and birth control counseling.

We want to provide you with the care and support you need, in an atmosphere you will appreciate.

Medical Providers

Jed Duensing, DO

Jed Duensing, DO

Dr. Jed Duensing is a Family physician. He and his family moved to Southwest Virginia from Maine where he completed his family medicine residency at Maine-Dartmouth Family Practice. Prior to medical school Dr. Jed worked in facilities and farm maintenance. As an osteopathic family physician Dr. Jed is interested in treating patients in a holistic manner, which incorporates individual patient needs, and respects his patient's health priorities.

Amanda Richardson, PA

Amanda Richardson, PA

Amanda Richardson is a Physician Assistant who is originally from Bedford, VA. She attended undergraduate school at Virginia Tech and graduate school at Jefferson College of Health Sciences. Amanda returned to Virginia after spending 3 years in Alaska working on the Aleutian Chain in a remote village clinic. She uses an integrative approach to work with others toward their wellness goals. In her free time, Amanda enjoys traveling, reading, Zumba, and spending time with family and dogs.

Daisy Edwards, FNP

Daisy M. Edwards, DNP, FNP-BC

Daisy Edwards is a Family Nurse Practitioner, certified through the American Nurses Credentialing Center. She graduated with honors in 2012, with a Master’s Degree in Nursing and in 2023, with a Doctorate in Nursing Practice from Old Dominion University, in Norfolk ,VA. Her doctoral research was research related to Medical Cannabis Use in the Appalachian region in patients with anxiety, depression, insomnia, or chronic pain. Only 1.2% of Nurse Practitioners hold a DNP degree according to the American Association of Colleges of Nursing.

She is a member of the Golden Key International Honor Society, and the Society for Collegiate Leadership & Achievement, as well as the American Nurses Association, and Virginia Council of Nurse Practitioners. She is a certified medical examiner through the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration and is able to perform DOT exams.

Daisy offers a caring, holistic, and collaborative approach to the healthcare needs of patients and their families. In her spare time, she enjoys travel, hiking, kayaking, singing, dancing, and spending time with family.

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Kathy Wood, FNP-BC

Kathy Wood is a Nurse Practitioner. She is originally from Roanoke and has resided in Franklin County since 1989. She has 35+ years of healthcare experience, first as a Registered Nurse then a Family Nurse Practitioner. She attended undergraduate school at MCV/VCU in Richmond, Va. and graduate school at Jefferson College of Health Sciences in Roanoke, VA. Her board certification is through AANP and her background is in hospital medicine, primary care and home care. She is a member of the American Association of Nurse Practitioners and Sigma Theta Tau International Honor Society and supports an integrative, collaborative, patient-oriented approach to healthcare.

In her free time, she enjoys spending time with family and friends, horseback riding, kayaking, gardening, and a number of outdoor activities. She also enjoys reading and crafting.

Sarah Knoeckel

Sarah Knoeckel, DNP, FNP

Sarah Knoeckel is a doctorly prepared Family Nurse Practitioner (FNP). After graduating from the University of Virginia in 2009, she began her career as a FNP completing a FNP Residency in Connecticut, which was a 1-year program that provided 1200 additional supervised hours caring for complex patients and with further specialty rotations. In 2014 she completed her Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP) degree.

Since becoming a FNP in 2009 she has worked in a variety of different primary care settings ranging from a community health center to private practices and an urgent care. Her primary expertise is in chronic disease management, preventative health, and women’s health. She also enjoys caring for children.

She grew up in Spain and speaks Spanish fluently. She enjoys traveling, hiking, reading and spending time with family.

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Janessa Schoolfield, FNP-C

Janessa earned her Master of Science in Nursing specializing as a Family Nurse Practitioner from Radford University in 2023 and has worked in various nursing roles, including most recently home health, inpatient nursing, and long-term care. She began her nursing journey in 2013 as a Licensed Practical Nurse from New River Community College. Next, she earned her Associate Degree in Nursing in 2016 from New River Community College and then her Bachelor of Science in Nursing from Radford University in 2020.

Outside of work, Janessa enjoys spending time with family, hiking, traveling, kayaking, and especially cruising and spending time in the Caribbean.


Tri-Area Community Health at Floyd does not currently have a retail pharmacy on site. We invite you to use Tri-Area Community Pharmacy at Laurel Fork (276) 398-2620 or Tri-Area Community Pharmacy at Ferrum (540) 365-6337.

Patients in need of medication assistance, please contact the medication assistance coordinators at Tri-Area Community Health at Laurel Fork at (276) 398-1269 or (276) 398-2292 or Tri-Area Community Health at Ferrum at (540) 365-4469.

Medication Assistance Program

Tri-Area Community Health’s Medication Assistance Program (MAP) helps uninsured patients gain access to low cost medications. Eligibility is based on income, lack of prescription coverage, and the availability of medications through pharmaceutical assistance programs. Medications are dispensed through Tri-Area Community Pharmacies for a minimal fee. Discounts on medications are also available through the sliding scale fee program.

A limited number of medications are available for those enrolled in Medicare D Plans and who qualify based on income requirements. Some of these medications are available during the coverage gap or “donut hole”.

Contact the Medication Assistance Coordinators at Tri-Area Community Health at Laurel Fork or Tri-Area Community Health at Ferrum for more information and eligibility requirements.

These programs are sponsored by the Virginia Health Care Foundation.


Please call the clinic in advance to schedule your appointment. We know your time is valuable and it is our goal to minimize the waiting time for all patients. If you cannot keep an appointment, please give us as much advance notice as possible.

Or use our Appointment Contact Form

After Hours

Tri-Area Community Health Centers offers an after-hours telephone service to give limited medical advice, which may include recommendations for seeking emergency care. Refill requests will not be processed after-hours and no prescriptions for any controlled medications will be given.

To contact the provider on call, please call 540-745-9290

If you require immediate medical attention, proceed to the nearest emergency room, or call 911 to contact your local rescue squad.