Clinic Details:Christ Clinic serves low income uninsured and underinsured patients from across the Greater Houston Area. In 2019, the clinic served 6,448 individuals. Of those, 94% were Hispanic, 69% were female, and the median age was between 35 – 54 years. 98% percent live at or below 200% of the federal poverty level, equal to $51,500 for a family of four. The majority of Christ Clinics patients face complex barriers to health, including co-morbidity, and mental and behavioral health issues. Last year, 166 individuals benefited from 594 mental health counseling sessions. Additionally, 67 patients, with more complex diagnosis, received case management services which helped to improve their health literacy and understanding of their care plans. These patients also received referrals for behavioral health services and were provided access to much needed other social supports. Of the Christ Clinics patients surveyed in 2019, 90% report having improved health as a result of care.
Latest Reviews, Comments, Questions for Toksook Bay Sub-Regional Clinic
Comment from mike:
This clinic is useless when you are sick NOW. Appointment are for weeks out and by then a child that could have bronchitis or pneumonia could be deathly sick. THis equals more er visits and more thousands of dollars in debt. Plus know non mexican who go there and are told they have to psay $20.00 and knowing mexicans who go there and they do not have to pay, it is obvious that this is really for all the illegals.
Details: Primecare clinic provides low cost compassionate healthcare services to uninsured and underinsured patients. We offer primary care services for acute and chronic healthcare services such as sore throat, cough, or allergies, skin, diabetes, hypertension, vaccinations, physicals, HIV testing services, diabetes screenings, and a whole lot more.
Details: Community Healthcare Center’s Phyllis Hiraki Dental Clinic, located at 110 Lee St., Wichita Falls, TX 76301, is a beautiful and spacious dental clinic that is dedicated to providing your family with the smiles they deserve, and our dental clinic offers the very best in dental technology.
Details: Lone Star Family Health Center is a full service state of the art family health center, non-profit 501(c)3. We pride ourselves on compassionate, individualized, high level preventative and ongoing health care for everyone.
Details: The mission of Hope Community Medicine is to provide families in the medically underserved counties of Deep East Texas with accessibility to high-quality healthcare regardless of their ability to pay, being underinsured or any other barrier that would prevent them from getting the care they need.
Details: St. Hope Foundation Inc. is a nonprofit 501(c)(3) community healthcare organization that was established in November 1999. St. Hope is recognized as a Patient-Centered Medical Home by the National Committee of Quality Assurance (NCQA). Our organization was created in response to the growing need for innovative, effective healthcare designed to provide quality services to reduce health disparities within Houston, Texas and rural counties. We serve patients from various disease states that include, but is not limited to, heart disease, diabetes, HIV/AIDS, Hepatitis C, obesity, high blood pressure, obesity, gout, skin disorder, cancer, and mental health. As a comprehensive, federally-qualified Health Center (FQHC), St. Hope targets unmet needs and gaps in health-related services, fostering client-centered programs to meet these necessities. Within the last 20 years of service, St. Hope has performed routine health screenings for more than 30,000 people and has been a key prevention contractor for the City of Houston, DHHS, Bureau of HIV/STD and Viral Hepatitis Prevention, and Centers for Disease Control (CDC). Prevention and wellness are essential guideposts at St. Hope. Known for conducting large community health promotions in resource-limited areas, St. Hope has garnered support both locally and nationally for its innovative sexual health screenings with BET’s College Road Tour Rap-It-Up campaign, targeting young African Americans and Latinos at historically black colleges and universities (HBCUs). The St. Hope Foundation receives funding through several financing streams, including HRSA, Ryan White, Centers for Disease Control, DSHS, City of Houston, The Simmons Foundation, and several private foundations.
Details: We offer preventative care services. Our physicians and staff value the opportunity to serve our patients in the Waco area. We welcome patients with Medicaid, Medicare and most commercial insurances. Our mission is to increase access to high quality comprehensive primary and preventative health care, and improve the health of the under-served and vulnerable residents of the Heart of Texas.
Details: We offer medical & dental services to patients. Our physicians and staff value the opportunity to serve our patients. We welcome patients with Medicaid, Medicare, and most commercial insurances. Our mission is to increase access to high quality healthcare for the vulnerable residents of the Heart of Texas.
Details: Our Mission: To provide quality, accessible and affordable primary health care to the residents of the FHN service area. Our Vision: The vision of FHN is to be the nation’s model for rural community health center organization and outcomes. We will seek to build a service delivery model that is organizationally seamless and client-centered. We will provide services that are culturally and linguistically competent and friendly. We will develop programs that promote client and staff well-being. We will partner with entities to create community-based programs that promote health and prevent disease. We will extend services to adjacent underserved areas, and expand medical capacity as appropriate. We will continuously improve our practices to achieve superior outcomes.
Details: CHCL was formed as a safety net - the largest in the Lubbock community’s health care delivery system - in 1992 under the guidance of the Lubbock Indigent Healthcare Coalition. Sister Mary Kathleen Small led this coalition, which formed CHCL under the principal of a hand up rather than a hand out. CHCL has grown from one site in 1992, to now having eight clinics within the city of Lubbock and operating two mobile units that provide medical and dental services to the counties of Lubbock, Crosby, Lynn, Terry, and Garza. CHCL went from serving over 9,000 patients a year in 1992, to serving 26,114 patients in 2016. In 2016, CHCL served nearly 10% of the total Lubbock population, 70% of which were below 100% of the poverty level (e.g., $11,770 or less for one person, $24,250 or less for a family of four). CHCL’s mission is to provide quality primary and preventative health care services to those in need, regardless of a person’s race/ethnicity, religion, gender, age, national origin, disability, or hardship. CHCL was developed based on the community’s needs to fill gaps in service.
Details: We are here to provide excellent health care to Paris, TX, and the surrounding areas. We offer affordable, comprehensive care to our patients, from adult primary care to behavioral health services, and much more. We are proud to make our services accessible to everyone. That's why we accept Medicaid, Medicare, and most other insurance companies. We also offer affordable options to self-pay patients.