Barbara Garrison, long-time Blue Ridge CEO and national migrant health leader, cuts ribbon on the new 1987 Howard Gap Road location.
Claire Heyden Burson, RN and BRCHS Founder/Director, delivers health education to migrant children in the 1960s.
A migrant farmworker harvesting vegetables in the fields outside of Hendersonville in the late 1960s/early 1970s.
A migrant farmworker family harvesting potatoes in the fields outside of Hendersonville in the late 1960s/early 1970s.
Migrant farmworkers harvesting vegetables in the fields outside of Hendersonville in the late 1960s/early 1970s.
The new Blue Ridge Health Center location, funded by the ACA and the local community, opened in 2011 at the Howard Gap and Highway 64 location.
Claire Heyden Burson, RN and BRCHS Founder/Director, delivering outreach to migrant farmworkers near Hendersonville, NC in the late 1960s.
BRCHS, now located at Howard Gap and Highway 64, began year-round services and became a Community Health Center.
Margaret Miller, M.D., Blue Ridge Pediatrician, examining a Pediatric patient at Blue Ridge Health Center in 1993. The Kate B. Reynolds Women’s and Children’s Clinic opened in 1992.
The first BRCHS School Based Health Center opened in 1994.
Blue Ridge Dental Services began at Stokes Dental Center in 1995.
Waiting Room at the old Church Street Migrant Health Center location in the 1970s.