Rock and roll and affordable health care can make beautiful music together. That was the case for Open Door Family Medical Centers in New York, which staged a benefit concert last week with the B-52s. The band made waves in the music world with such hits as “Rock Lobster” and “Planet Claire.” Now their sold out concert and dinner raised over $200,000 for non-profit Community Health Centers. Open Door serves a vast multi-cultural community and has provided top quality medical and dental care and social services to residents in Westchester community over the course of 35 years, with a special focus on the economically disadvantaged. The organization has four centers in Westchester located in Ossining, Port Chester, Mt. Kisco and Sleepy Hollow. Open Door also operates School Based Health Centers in Port Chester at The Edison Elementary School and the Kennedy Magnet School and Port Chester High School. Funding for the federally qualified Community Health Center comes from local, state and federal grants as well as private foundations and individuals. Photo: CEO and President of Open Door Lindsay Farrell and Foundation Board Chair Stuart Tabin with the B52’s.