Mustard Seed Community Health
Dr. Mulberry graduated from Illinois Wesleyan University, the University of Illinois College of Medicine at Peoria, and the combined Internal Medicine/Pediatric residency program at Saint Francis Medical Center in Peoria, IL, an affiliate of the University of Illinois College of Medicine.
A short time after finishing her formal education, Dr. Mulberry found adventure working in the Alaskan bush of Bethel, Alaska, caring for the Y’upik Eskimo population, where she became more aware of the difficulties with access to medical care.
Dr. Mulberry subsequently worked in private practice on the coast of Oregon and here in Greensboro, NC. In 2007, she moved to HealthServe, a clinic in Greensboro dedicated to care for those at or below 200% of the federal poverty level, where she was on staff until 2012.
In the spring of 2013, with the knowledge of up to 80,000 individuals in Guilford County were unable to afford healthcare, Dr. Mulberry became part of the planning team for Mustard Seed Community Health.
Mustard Seed initially opened as a once weekly volunteer clinic in 2013, but moved to our current location in the Cottage Grove neighborhood of east Greensboro as a full time clinic in 2016.
Mustard Seed Community Health provides high quality, holistic, integrated mental and primary medical healthcare to the east Greensboro Cottage Grove neighborhood of which it is a part, in an environment that dignifies and empowers the whole person. It also serves those throughout Guilford County living at or below 200% of the federal poverty level who are uninsured. Additionally, Mustard Seed is very involved with partner agencies in addressing the social determinants of health for its community and patients, including healthy housing, access to healthy food and transportation, safe outdoor physical activity options, education, and excellent childcare.