Mustard Seed provides primary and behavioral health care to those at or below 200% of the federal poverty level from Guilford County without healthcare coverage as well as to all residents of the Cottage Grove community. Dr. Beth Mulberry is board certified in pediatrics and internal medicine and Natosha Knight is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker. Mustard Seed will continue to work closely with New Hope Community Development Group in guiding our patients in the community to the needed services that support their ability to live healthier lives.
Mustard Seed Community Health was initiated in response to the large number of uninsured and underinsured people in Guilford County without access to healthcare. Early in our planning, two dramatic changes in Guilford County’s ability to provide medical care for this at risk population compounded access difficulties. First was the 2013 closing of the largest local "medical home" serving 8,500 patients and the North Carolina General Assembly’s decisions not to expand Medicaid leaving tens of thousands with no insurance coverage. Led by Elizabeth Mulberry, MD and Kevin Devine, MPA; the Mustard Seed task force obtained pledges from community medical leaders, business leaders, and faith communities to support us in our mission of providing high quality, holistic, integrated healthcare to those in need.
High Quality, Reliable Medical Services
By treating each individual with superior medical care and personal compassion, we want to do our part to create and maintain a healthy community.
To provide high quality, holistic, integrated healthcare to those in need, in an environment that dignifies and empowers the whole person.
We will live in a healthy community where all people have access to quality healthcare, and individuals, families, faith communities, educational institutions, service organizations, foundations, and businesses work in partnership for the common good.
Respect for Individuals
Phone number: 336-763-0814