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Beth McKee-Huger: Doctor’s orders: Stay home. Support community health.

On the front line of health care in the pandemic, Nicky Bello answers the phone, “Good morning, Mustard Seed Community Health” and answers questions in Spanish and English. “Do you have a fever? How long have you been feeling sick? Can we schedule a telemedicine appointment for medication refill? I’ll get the nurse on the …

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Good news for our Orange Card patients!

Orange Card

Good news for our Orange Card patients!
(The Guilford Community Care Network)

Orange Card gives low-income uninsured individuals access to, among other things, the Health Department pharmacy and medication assistance program) We can now help you renew your Orange Card by phone. To set up a phone appointment email Estefania at estefania.alfaroruiz@mustardseedclinic.org

Just another way Mustard Seed Community Health is saying “Stay Home!”

We are Open!

Signs of the times: Mustard Seed Community Health is keeping its staff and its patients safe by asking patients with symptoms typical of COVID-19 to come to the back door where they are given a mask and taken into an examining room without going through the waiting room. Because COVID-19 tests are not free, Mustard …

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COVID-19 Supplies for Mustard Seed

https://www.gofundme.com/f/hu8bt-covid19-supplies?utm_source=facebook&utm_medium=social&utm_campaign=p_lico+update&fbclid=IwAR1xLDc4VjSa1MZ4UTgFjdvXn4t-lfgJEPJ96Aj96Fs359NRyL6X6Be1tl4 Mustard Seed Community Health  is the neighborhood clinic for the uninsured and underinsured residents of the Cottage Grove community in East Greensboro–Mustard Seed’s patients are among the city’s most medically vulnerable people, and many of them are also the ones providing the city’s essential services during the Covid-19 pandemic: grocery store clerks, CNAs, cleaners, delivery …

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Read a great recent profile of our own Dr. Beth from the Illinois Wesleyan University alumni magazine.

Community Care Dr. Beth Mulberry ’86 provides an upstream approach to healthcare for uninsured and underinsured residents of Greensboro, North Carolina, through Mustard Seed Community Health.  By Matt Wing Cynthia Nelson had lost her job. She lost her health insurance. She was losing hope.  The then-62-year-old resident of Greensboro, North Carolina, had long been treated …

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Beth McKee-Huger: A new approach to health care is growing in Greensboro

Jun 26, 2019 Mustard Seed is a holistic community health organization and clinic that was planted in Cottage Grove in southeast Greensboro, and is growing into a prototype for health systems. It not only provides high-quality primary medical and mental health care, it takes extra steps to help people face the barriers to good health. …

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