In 23 Years of Serving Our Community
and Uninsured Neighbors, We Have Provided
89,000 Patient Visits and Dispensed
$35 Million in Prescription Medications.
Our mission is to glorify Christ by providing quality, charitable health care to the working, uninsured in our area!
Welcome to Healing Hands Health Center
In 1997, the mission committee of First Presbyterian Church, Bristol, TN 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 communities could help was to start a charitable clinic. The initial planning meeting for the health center was attended by one hundred people.
The Healing Hands Health Center opened just eighteen months later. Healing Hands Health Center provides services for our uninsured neighbors: medical care and much needed medications; dental care including exams, x-rays, cleanings, extractions, fillings, partials, and dentures; chiropractic care; eye exams and eyeglasses; counseling services.
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
Due to the new COVID-19 guidelines, through April 1st we will be providing essential services only at our clinic. Learn more about our essential services.
THANK YOU! Your steadfast support has enabled Healing Hands to move forward during this challenging time. Because of your belief in our mission, we have continued to provide care for uninsured, vulnerable neighbors who are often overlooked and forgotten.
Healing Hands dentist Dylan Christian and Crystal Simmons, registered dental assistant, perform an emergency procedure on Carolyn Pippin on Wednesday.
Healing Hands Health Center continues to provide essential services, but takes cautions amid COVID-19 pandemic. Dentist Dylan Christian talks about the emergency care he and his team are giving to patients.