Mustard Seed Community Health

Welcome Teresita Maxey to Mustard Seed

We are happy to announce our newly hired Clinically Licensed Social Worker, Teresita Maxey. She is a recent graduate from the NC A&T State University and UNC Greensboro Joint Program in Social Work. As the clinical social worker for Mustard Seed Community Health Clinic, she will have the responsibility of being a community therapist, community …

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Meet our essential Community Health Workers

Community Health Workers Gloria McMasters and JoAnne Foster are keeping their community safe and as healthy as possible during the COVID19 pandemic, handing out masks in grocery stores and on the streets. Are you and your friends walking down the street without masks?  Gloria or JoAnne keep extra masks in their cars and are likely …

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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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