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.

Piedmont Access To Health Services, Inc. (PATHS) is pleased to announce a grant award to the Boydton Dental Center from the Virginia Health Care Foundation (VHCF) in the amount of $80,000.

PATHS beat their own record this year!  In 2013, 30 patients lost a total of 1,100 lbs. In 2014, 35 patients (with the coaching help of their Provider, Elizabeth Hagan, NP-C) lost 1,402 lbs.  That’s almost ¾ of a ton!

The sexually transmitted human papillomavirus virus may be a taboo topic, but it is increasingly an issue for everyone. The Centers for Disease Control considers HPV to be the most common sexually transmitted sexual infection in the United States.

Though state legislators have not voted to expand Medicaid coverage, one state Senate committee has submitted an alternative way to provide coverage to as many as 400,000 poor residents.

Danville health care providers say human lives are at stake when determining a way to provide care for uninsured Virginians.

State Sen. Bill Stanley made stops at Danville Regional Medical Center and Piedmont Access to Health Services on Monday to talk about Medicaid expansion — and how Virginia could help the uninsured without expanding the program.