Congratulations to Dr. Anna Vandevender on passing her licensing board exam. Dr. Vandevender is our first behavioral health provider to be with us both as a student and now as a licensed clinical psychologist. Dr. Vandevender is accepting new patients on referral from our medical providers.
Tri-Area Community Health Center in Laurel Fork has released their schedule for Diabetes Education Classes for 2019. These classes are FREE to the public and are open to anyone. You can take all of the classes or just the ones that interest you. These tele-education classes are done in affiliation with the University of Virginia […]
Tri-Area Community Health is excited to announce an addition to our Behavioral Health Team. Dr. Zetta Bowles will be working in our Floyd office and is currently accepting patient referrals from Tri-Area providers. Dr. Bowles is a licensed Clinical Psychologist from Greenbrier County, West Virginia. She attended Berea College for her undergraduate work in psychology […]
Tri-Area Community Health staff from all three sites came together for an Employee Appreciation Luncheon on Tuesday, January 22nd at the EcoVillage in Floyd. Tri-Area staff members were honored with lunch and service awards were presented.
Tri-Area Community Health will celebrate National Community Health Center week with a Community Picnic at each site. Come by for a FREE hotdog dinner, a bouncy house for the kids and loads of fun. See you there!!
Dr. Glen Tate’s son will graduate from medical school on Saturday, May 5, 2018. Here is the link to an article about him in the Roanoke Times. http://www.roanoke.com/business/news/roanoke/at-vtc-grad-worked-his-way-back-to-medicine/article_755de7ad-2489-5b03-90de-4e821089ed3b.html?utm_medium=social&utm_source=facebook&utm_campaign=user-share