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Healing Hands Health Center is up-to-date in sharing the latest news around its involved community. Check out some of the news in the items below to learn more on what’s happening in the Healing Hands community.

First Annual Dental Hygiene Day

Healing Hands Health Center hosted its 1st Annual Free Dental Hygiene Day in partnership with the Wytheville Community College Hygiene Program. Fourteen volunteer dental hygiene students and their preceptor Elaine Smith, four University of Tennessee dental students, and our own Healing Hands dental staff served more than fifty patients on Friday, November 9, 2018.

Free Dental Hygiene

Healing Hands Health Center will be hosting a Free Dental Cleanings and Oral Hygiene Education on Friday, November 9, 2018 from 8:00 AM to 3:00 PM. Book an appointment today! Appointments are for those who do not have dental insurance & are not already a healing hands patient.

Free Health Fair

Healing Hands Health Center will be hosting a Free Health Fair on Wednesday and Thursday, October 24-25, from 9:00 AM to 3:00 PM. The event will be open to the public. Everyone is welcome, whether you have health insurance or not!

3rd Annual Free Dental Day for Veterans

Healing Hands Health Center will host its 3rd Annual Free Dental Service for the Veterans on Friday, September 14, 2018. Dental service would include Exams, X-rays, Cleanings, Fillings, and Extractions. Vendors who offer assistance to Veterans will be on site, as well as Free haircuts!

March 2018 e-Newsletter

A big thank you and congratulations to our 2017 Jean Ferguson Poole Volunteers of the Year for their tremendous help with obtaining medications for our patients! Together with their help we have given over $25,000,000 worth of free medications!

20th Anniversary e-Newsletter

Healing Hands was founded in 1997 by the mission committee of First Presbyterian Church in Bristol, TN. After reading a news article about the alarming number of people in the United States who live without insurance, the committee was inspired to start a clinic to provide much needed services to these people.

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