At the December meeting of the Boydton Town Council PATHS, Inc., announced it would be moving its medical operations to the former Boydton Medical Center complex. The organization announced at that time that re-opening the former fitness center would be ‘Phase 1’ of its move.

Only eight panels of more than 94,000 are hanging on display in Danville.

In the past six years of working at Piedmont Access to Health Services, Carol Napier has seen 20 of her clients die from HIV/AIDS complications.

A non-profit healthcare organization on the Southside has brought the AIDS Memorial Quilt to Danville.

A nonprofit health care organization has brought a portion of an AIDS quilt to Danville.

In 2008, 6 million Americans didn’t vote because they missed a registration deadline or didn’t know how to register. In 2012, the goal is to make sure no one is left out.

Patients and community leaders came to Boydton on Monday to celebrate the opening of the new PATHS medical clinic and the return of Dr. Susan Hundley to the practice of medicine in Mecklenburg County.

Government-funded community health centers, which serve low-income and uninsured patients, provide better care than do private practices, a researcher at the Stanfod University School of Medicine has found.

PATHS Community Medical Center was scheduled to begin seeing patients on July 2nd. However due to unforeseen set- backs, the center now plans on opening to see their first patients, on Friday, July 20th.

Piedmont Access to Health Services at 705 Main St. is offering free HIV tests during National HIV Testing Day.

Dr. Susan Hundley will be joining Piedmont Access to Health Services, Inc. (PATHS) in Boydton beginning July 1. Hundley will offer primary care services at PATHS’ new facility at 969 Madison Street, Boydton – in the offices that formerly housed the medical practice of Willoughby Hundley, her brother.