Walker Tours Prospect Hill Health Center

U.S. Rep. Mark Walker toured Prospect Hill Community Health Center on Tuesday, April 11, and talked with health-care professionals from Caswell Family Medical Center, Caswell County EMS and EM representatives, the North Carolina Community Health Association, Piedmont...

Prospect Hill

IF ONE DAY, YOU’RE FEELING ILL GO RIGHT DOWN, TO PROSPECT HILL TREATED WITH RESPECT AND DIGNITY IS HOW THEY’VE ALWAYS, TREATED ME JOTTING DOWN SYMPTOMS, I MAY SEE IS HOW I HELP, MY DOCTOR, HELP ME! HE LISTENS CLOSELY, TO WHAT I SAY FIXES ME UP, AND I’M ON MY WAY MONEY...

Reaching out to a population with few resources

Patricia Morales has to work irregular hours in an abnormal setting to catch up with the patient population she serves. Those patients may be largely invisible to most Americans but their work is familiar to anyone who has ever smoked a cigarette or eaten an ear of...

National Health Center Week activities set

National Health Center Week 2016 runs August 7-13. In this week, community heath centers and their supporters all over the country raise awareness about the mission and accomplishments of America’s health centers over the past five decades, such as producing $24...

Piedmont Health welcomes new doctors

  We are pleased to announce three new physicians from the UNC- Prospect Hill Residency Program: * Caroline Roberts MD and Jessica Waters MD are family medicine providers at the Prospect Hill Community Health Center. Both attended the University of North...

Budgets may not be exciting but they deeply affect our lives

Unless a shutdown of the government is involved, we tend to pay little attention to news reports about the budget. But the decisions legislators make about spending have enormous consequences on our lives.

A good example is funds for the National Health Service Corps, which repays student loans for professionals working in certain areas where there is a shortage of providers, like community health centers.

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