Pediatric Services:Vaccines for children; Shot records provided directly to your school upon parent’s or guardian’s request; Sports physicals; Texas Health Steps / well-child visits; Care for Sick Child; Referral assistance to top specialists
Details: We are excited to open our newest location at Community Clinic at Santa Fe, which expands our system to Bell County! This partnership between Family Health Center and Baylor Scott & White provides medical services to the Temple/Belton community. The Community Clinic at Santa Fe is accepting all new pediatric and adult patients. We accept all major insurances, including Medicaid and Medicare. We look forward to being your medical home!
Details: The Greater Killeen Community Clinic is a viable and innovative community partner in offering a comprehensive approach toward health, and a strong advocate for those who have limited or no access to health care services.
Details: Martha’s Clinic is a medical student-run free clinic in Bell County. We provide health care to Bell County’s uninsured, indigent, and homeless population. Our clinic was started in 1994 by two Texas A&M medical students, Eric Wilke and Eric Beshires, who saw a need for better health care for the homeless population in Temple, Texas. They began their outreach by taking blood pressures once a week at Martha’s Homeless Shelter. Soon, these students realized the people of Martha’s Shelter needed more extensive medical care than they were able to obtain. Through a joint effort of dedicated medical students and Martha’s Kitchen/Shelter, a free student-run clinic for the homeless was established. The success of this project was due in large part to the support of Deacon Fred Banderas, who was serving as chairman of Martha’s Kitchen/Shelter at that time. Within a year of opening, Martha’s Health Clinic had expanded from one room to an entire wing. Since then, medical students have continued to provide quality healthcare to the uninsured, indigent, and homeless of Temple and Bell County.