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The US Department of Health and Human Services, Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) announced today that Piedmont Access To Health Services, Inc. (PATHS), headquartered in Danville, VA, has been awarded a $2.447,040.00 grant to expand the organization’s operation in Danville.  

Piedmont Access to Health Services, Inc. (PATHS) is proud to announce that Dr. Susan Hundley will be joining PATHS Community Medical Center in Boydton, Virginia, beginning July 1, providing primary care. Dr. Hundley received her Doctor of Medicine from the University of Virginia School of Medicine and since receiving her education has gained much experience in family medicine.

Piedmont Access to Health Services Inc., known as PATHS, has been awarded a federal grant to operate a qualified community health center, replacing the recently shuttered HealthCare on the Square in Boydton.

The Department of Health and Human Services has announced that Piedmont Access to Health Services, Inc. (PATHS) has been awarded a federal grant to operate a federally qualified community health center in Boydton, Virginia.

Piedmont Access to Health Services wants to expand HIV testing in Danville this year to prevent more local AIDS cases.

Business-minded health care providers in Danville would like to see Virginia move forward with a health benefits exchange.

The Internet has made many businesses and industries more transparent, competitive and accountable to their consumers. Unfortunately, the insurance industry is not among them.

The Community Foundation of the Dan River Region Tuesday awarded $577,600 in new grants to 45 non-profit community agencies.

Danville, VA -- For many, receiving medication can make the difference between life and death, but the Gov. McDonnell's budget proposal may make it harder for those in financial strains to get their needed meds.

(As published in the Danville Register & Bee, May 9, 2011)

Piedmont Access to Health Services in Danville was chosen as one of 25 community health centers in the nation to develop a model for expanding HIV care through primary care.

Cuts to health safety net providers in Gov. Bob McDonnell’s proposed two-year budget could jeopardize medication assistance programs in the Dan River Region.