PHC Global - Houston Low Cost Clinic

  • 7080 Southwest Freeway
  • Houston TX, 77074
  • Contact Phone: (713) 774-7080
  • Remarks: Closed

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Low Income Clinics Nearby

  • Legacy Community Health - Southwest
    • Location: Houston, TX - 77074 | 0.9 mile away
    • Contact Phone: (832) 548-5300
    • Details: As a full-service, Federally Qualified Health Center, Legacy identifies unmet needs and gaps in health-related services and develops client-centered programs to address those needs. A United Way-affiliated agency since 1990, we currently provide adult primary care, pediatrics, dental care, vision services, behavioral health services, OB/GYN and maternity, vaccinations and immunizations, health promotion and community outreach, wellness and nutrition, and comprehensive HIV/AIDS care.
  • Legacy Community Health - Bissonnet
    • Location: Houston, TX - 77099 | 5.9 miles away
    • Contact Phone: (281) 498-6100
    • Details: As a full-service, Federally Qualified Health Center, Legacy identifies unmet needs and gaps in health-related services and develops client-centered programs to address those needs. A United Way-affiliated agency since 1990, we currently provide adult primary care, pediatrics, dental care, vision services, behavioral health services, OB/GYN and maternity, vaccinations and immunizations, health promotion and community outreach, wellness and nutrition, and comprehensive HIV/AIDS care.
  • Shriners Hospitals For Children - Houston
    • Location: Houston, TX - 77030 | 6.3 miles away
    • Contact Phone: (713) 797-1616
    • Details: Located in the world-renowned Texas Medical Center, Shriners Hospitals for Children - Houston specializes in delivering the highest quality care to children with a variety of orthopaedic and neuromusculoskeletal disorders and diseases, as well as cleft lip and palate abnormalities. We also provide sub-acute care and inpatient rehabilitation services for patients who have suffered an illness or accident that requires specialized care. Children up to age 18 receive all treatment and services regardless of the families’ ability to pay. Our hospital provides a multidisciplinary approach to ensure patients receive the best comprehensive care for their conditions. The family-centered care fosters partnerships among staff, patients and their families. This approach supports children during treatment and empowers them to reach their maximum potential to achieve their dreams.
  • Baylor College Of Medicine Teen Health Clinics - Ben Taub Hospital
    • Location: Houston, TX - 77030 | 7 miles away
    • Contact Phone: (713) 873-3601
    • Details: Mission: Extend Texas Medical Center-quality preventive health care including family planning services to Houston’s underserved youth. Vision: Prepare underserved youth to become healthy and achieve their full potential as community members.
  • Legacy Community Health - Montrose
    • Location: Houston, TX - 77006 | 7.4 miles away
    • Contact Phone: (832) 548-5100
    • Details: As a full-service, Federally Qualified Health Center, Legacy identifies unmet needs and gaps in health-related services and develops client-centered programs to address those needs. A United Way-affiliated agency since 1990, we currently provide adult primary care, pediatrics, dental care, vision services, behavioral health services, OB/GYN and maternity, vaccinations and immunizations, health promotion and community outreach, wellness and nutrition, and comprehensive HIV/AIDS care.
  • Richard Stasney Medical Clinic @ Cht
    • Location: Houston, TX - 77006 | 7.4 miles away
    • Contact Phone: (713) 523-2231
    • Details: The Richard Stasney Medical Clinic on the CHT campus provides free healthcare services to any homeless or runaway youth. Services include primary care, STD and HIV screening, mental health care, case management, health education, drug awareness and education, and substance abuse assessments. We are proud of our partnership with Baylor College of Medicine and Texas Children’s Hospital along with their licensed professionals who staff our clinic. The clinic aims to increase awareness of and address the health needs of youth, as well as encourage youth to develop and practice healthy living habits and prevention skills.
  • Family Houston
    • Location: Houston, TX - 77007 | 7.5 miles away
    • Contact Phone: (713) 861-4849
    • Details: Family Houston provides professional, confidential counseling for children and adults, individuals and families. We accept all major insurance plans and offer a sliding-fee scale.
  • Harris Health System Healthcare For The Homeless - Mobile Dental Unit
    • Location: Houston, TX - 77054 | 7.6 miles away
    • Contact Phone: (713) 634-1050
    • Details: At Harris Health System, we want to improve healthcare for the homeless, and make it easier for the homeless to access healthcare services. Our Healthcare for the Homeless Program provides dental care and a variety of preventive and primary healthcare services to homeless individuals through shelter-based clinics and through mobile health and dental units. The program also provides eligibility and registration services through homeless shelter locations in the greater Houston area. Through a number of strategic partnerships, the Healthcare for the Homeless Program provides on-site mental health and substance abuse counseling. This program reduces or eliminates barriers to healthcare experienced by homeless individuals, enables healthcare problems to be detected and treated early, decreases emergency center use for primary care needs, increases immunization rates of homeless children, increases tuberculin screening and follow-up, and increases health promotion and prevention education among the homeless in our community.
  • Good Neighbor Healthcare Center
    • Location: Houston, TX - 77007 | 8.2 miles away
    • Contact Phone: (713) 529-3597
    • Details: Good Neighbor Healthcare Center, a non-profit United Way health care agency, is proud of its long tradition of providing services in a caring environment where fees are charged on a sliding scale according to income. The clinic offers care in the following areas: pediatrics, adult care, women’s care, dentistry, and behavioral health. Breast cancer education and screening services are available, as are lab services and nutritional counseling. Partners in care include: the University of Houston College of Optometry Clinic, the Menninger Clinic, and our local Walgreens Pharmarcy. In 2005, Good Neighbor became a Federally Qualified Health Center (FQHC). FQHCs serve low income and medically underserved communities, and fees are based on the patient’s ability to pay. They are staffed by highly competent health care professional teams who provide quality healthcare to all people regardless of insurance status or income level. FQHCs are also community controlled by voluntary Boards of Directors. The majority of each Board must be users of the clinic.
  • Harris Health System Healthcare For The Homeless @ Lord Of The Streets
    • Location: Houston, TX - 77004 | 8.3 miles away
    • Contact Phone: (713) 526-0311
    • Details: At Harris Health System, we want to improve healthcare for the homeless, and make it easier for the homeless to access healthcare services. Our Healthcare for the Homeless Program provides dental care and a variety of preventive and primary healthcare services to homeless individuals through shelter-based clinics and through mobile health and dental units. The program also provides eligibility and registration services through homeless shelter locations in the greater Houston area. Through a number of strategic partnerships, the Healthcare for the Homeless Program provides on-site mental health and substance abuse counseling. This program reduces or eliminates barriers to healthcare experienced by homeless individuals, enables healthcare problems to be detected and treated early, decreases emergency center use for primary care needs, increases immunization rates of homeless children, increases tuberculin screening and follow-up, and increases health promotion and prevention education among the homeless in our community.