Christ Health Center
Development of the center was supported by a 2005 award from the Memphis, Tennessee-based Christian Community Health Fellowship and the ministry began serving patients at The Foundry in Bessemer. Physicians Record, John Fischer and Marion Sims staffed the center.
The current facility and adjacent historic Birmingham Fire Station No. 12 were purchased from the Jefferson County Health Department for $300,000 in 2007, and an additional $1.7 million was spent on renovations of the two buildings. The health clinic was modernized and re-opened as a medical clinic on March 24, 2009. The fire station was restored to house the church's community outreach missions and opened the following July.
- Garrison, Greg (September 13, 2008) "Church of the Highlands to purchase Eastern Health Center and Woodlawn fire station to establish a ministry-run health clinic." The Birmingham News
- "The Dream Center mission opens in abandoned Woodlawn Fire Station." (July 18, 2009) The Birmingham News
- Christ Health Center website