Cheers to 25 Years!
Join Us for Healing Hands Health Center’s 17th Annual Fundraising Gala
Saturday, August 20th, 2022
at The Olde Farm
Entertainment by NYNY Dueling Pianos
Cocktail Hour, Dinner, Silent and Live Auctions
In 24 Years of Serving Our Community
and Uninsured Neighbors, We Have Provided
100,000 Patient Visits and Dispensed
$42 Million in Prescription Medications.
The mission of Healing Hands Health Center is to glorify Christ by providing quality, charitable health care to low income uninsured and underinsured residents of Northeast Tennessee and Southwest Virginia.
Welcome to Healing Hands Health Center
In 1996, the mission committee of First Presbyterian Church, Bristol, Tennessee read an article in Parade Magazine about the health care crisis in the United States. It stated that one million more Americans go without health insurance each year, and one way that communities could help was to start a charitable clinic. The initial planning meeting for the health center was attended by one hundred people.
Healing Hands Health Center opened just eighteen months later. This October, Healing Hands Health Center will celebrate 25 years of service to our region! Since opening in October 1997, our clinic has provided 100,200 patient visits and dispensed over $42 million in prescription medications.
Our Health Services
Healing Hands Health Center provides different kinds of health services for our working, uninsured neighbors in Northeast Tennessee and Southwest Virginia for a small fee. Check out the items below to know more of our services.
Be a vital part of our community. Donations and Volunteers
are needed to help the uninsured lead healthier lives.
Latest News in the Community
ETSU Health’s Family Medicine Bristol clinic is providing even more health care to low-income and uninsured individuals through a partnership with Healing Hands Health Center. In August, ETSU Health’s Family Medicine Bristol clinic expanded the partnership, sending providers to Healing Hands each Wednesday.
University of Tennessee President Randy Boyd made a stop at Healing Hands Health Center in Bristol, Tennessee, on Tuesday to celebrate the organization’s six-year partnership with the University of Tennessee School of Dentistry.
Helen Scott with Healing Hands Health Center tells us about their annual “Sweets for the Sweet” Valentine’s Fundraiser. She also shares information on how this year will be a little different as they honor or healthcare workers and seniors.
The dental students are getting some hands-on experience at the Healing Hands Health Center. The center serves patients who wouldn’t otherwise be able to afford dental care.