Canyon Health Center - Camp Wood Community Health Center
700 Frio St.
Camp Wood TX, 78833
Contact Phone:(830) 597-6424
Clinic Details:Community Health Development, Inc.(CHDI), formerly Uvalde County Clinic, Inc., is a community-based health care agency incorporated in 1983 in Uvalde County, Texas as a 501(C)3 status agency. CHDI was founded by residents of Uvalde County concerned over the lack of access to quality and affordable health care for the underserved and working poor families. CHDI began operations in June 1984 as a Migrant Health Center (Section 329) with funding from the Bureau of Primary Health Care, Health Resources and Services Administration, and Department of Health and Human Services. At that time, both the City and County of Uvalde also provided funding for primary care services. In 1986, CHDI received expanded funding from the Bureau of Primary Health Care, under Section 329 and 330, as a Community/Migrant Health Center. With the expanded federal funding, local funding support for services was provided solely by the County. CHDI is designated as a Federally Qualified Health Center (FQHC) and is deemed as a federal public health service employee under the Federal Tort Claims Act (FTCA). Through FTCA, eligible Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) supported health centers are granted medical malpractice liability protection, with the Federal government acting as their primary insurer. A deemed health center, its employees, and eligible contractors working within the approved scope of project are considered federal employees and are immune from lawsuits for medical malpractice.
Details: Our Mission is to provide education, advocacy, and affordable, high-quality health care so women and men in our community can access the sexual and reproductive health services they need. Members of the First United Methodist Church founded our agency in 1964. Their purpose was to provide health care for people with limited incomes and to help women plan and space pregnancies. Access Esperanza Clinics provides family planning and preventive health care services to about 15,000 patients at our five clinics throughout Hidalgo County. An additional 10,000 people are reached through educating the community about healthy relationships, family life planning, and clinics services. The majority of our patients are low-income, and most report Access Esperanza Clinics as their only health care provider. Our services provide opportunities and hope for brighter, healthier futures. Women who are able to prevent unplanned pregnancies have safer birth, are healthier, have healthier children, stay in school long, and earn more. When pregnancies are planned, the risk of family violence is less, and dads are more likely to be involved in the children’s lives. Prevention works! Every $1 invested in public family planning programs saves taxpayers over $7 in Medicaid prenatal and birth costs. Access Esperanza Clinics Inc. is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization. Funding for patients services comes from the Texas Health and Human Services Commission and the federal Title X family planning program. Private foundations and donations also fund patient services and educational programs.
Details: Amistad Community Health Center is a not for profit health center founded in 2005. Our mission is to show and share the love of Jesus Christ to the Corpus Christi Community by providing holistic, affordable and quality health care services. We recognize that Jesus Christ is the true healer of individuals and their communities and the source of our ability to serve.
Details: We are a community family medical practice that offers a full-range of primary and preventative healthcare services to our patients. We use a patient-centered approach to help patients make the best decisions for their health. Our team of highly qualified, dedicated medical professionals work closely with patients to ensure that they receive the care they need to get well and stay healthy.
Details: Centro San Vicente (CSV) family health centers are federally funded, nonprofit, community health clinics that provides a comprehensive range of health services to ensure quality, compassionate, accessible healthcare and peace of mind in an atmosphere of respect, dignity and cultural sensitivity. The health and well-being of patients and community alike are promoted through direct services, training, education, outreach and advocacy. We are completely committed to our patients' physical, emotional, and spiritual wellbeing and will not turn a patient away regardless of their income or ability to pay.
Details: Project Vida Health Center Mission: Foster fully integrated primary and preventive care that is culturally and personally welcoming, evidence based, and patient empowering. Project Vida Health Center Vision: Healthy Individuals and families who nurture themselves and others.
Details: First Refuge Dental operates as a collaboration between Denton Bible Church and First Refuge Ministries to offer quality dental care in the community to those who are not able to afford services.
Details: Our second clinic is located in the Balch Springs Shopping Plaza on the corner of Shepherd Lane and Elam Road in Balch Springs, TX. This location may be more convenient for patients who live southeast of Dallas. We are currently accepting new patients from Balch Springs and the surrounding communities.