Piedmont Access to Health Services, Inc.(PATHS) announced today it will relocate its Community Dental Clinic from Danville Community College’s (DCC) Foundation Hall to its 705 Main Street offices following a unanimous vote by 12 Board of Directors, which includes 8 patients. 

A major focus of the current health care debate has been how to help the uninsured. The uninsured are often locked out of access to even the most basic of health care services, simply because they cannot afford care. But just who are these uninsured? There is often a perception in the community that these folks are the down and out, the homeless, and those people who live on the fringe of our society and who just do not care, free-loaders if you will. This could not be further from the truth.

It has been one year since Piedmont Access to Health Services, Inc. (PATHS) opened Health Centers of the Piedmont-Chatham at 4 South Main Street in Chatham, Virginia. Health Centers of the Piedmont began seeing patients on January 15, 2008, and to date has provided close to 3,000 people with quality and comprehensive primary health care.

Piedmont Access to Health Services, Inc. (PATHS) announces the opening of a long awaited community dental clinic. The staff of PATHS Community Dental Clinic will begin training on Monday, January 4th at the facility located in Danville Community College’s new Foundation Hall. Funded in part with a grant from the Danville Regional Foundation in the amount of $358,000 and a partnership with Danville Community College, PATHS’ dream of providing access to dental care to the area’s most needy is coming to fruition.

Miss Virginia will be in Danville on Friday, May 15th to perform at the 2nd Annual Southside Superstar, a fund raising event to support the work of Piedmont Access to Health Services, Inc. (PATHS). “With the increase in the number of uninsured in Southside Virginia, the success of this event is even more crucial”, states Kay Crane, CEO. We are so excited to have someone who is so committed to the well being of all Virginians, as Miss Virginia to support our work.”