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PATHS Community Medical Centers will be celebrating 15 years in the Dan River Region, Friday August 12, 2016 starting at 4:00 PM at the Community Market.  This is in conjuction with National Health Center Week.  Please make plans to come and join in the fun.

A location close to the center of town is a major reason Piedmont Access to Health Services recently proposed to move to the Chatham armory building, PATHS CEO Kay Crane said.

Piedmont Access to Health Services Inc. — more commonly known as PATHS — is celebrating its 15th year serving health care needs in the region.

A teen has been charged in the death of a 19-year-old.  Investigators say he gave the victim a street drug called 251-NBOMe.

 

The Tobacco Indemnification and Community Revitalization Commission has awarded Piedmont Access to Health Services, Inc. (PATHS) a $400,000 grant to be used in purchasing the facility it currently occupies in Boydton.

The city of Danville is celebrating big changes at Piedmont Access to Health Services, also known as PATHS.

Danville doctors, nurses, residents and others affected by the Affordable Care Act spoke up about their continued support of the law on Monday — the fifth anniversary of the signing of the historic health care bill.

Monday will mark the fifth anniversary of the Affordable Care Act, and Piedmont Access to Health Services Inc. will celebrate the milestone at its Main Street site in Danville.

WDBJ7 interviewed PATHS' Behavioral Health Program Director, Brian Tubbs.

In partnership with Broad Axe Care Coordination, PATHS uses telehealth solutions to transform chronic disease management in high-risk, high-cost patient populations.