Planned Parenthood - North Dallas Shelburne Health Center
Planned Parenthood - North Dallas Shelburne Health Center - Dallas Family Planning Agency
9100 N. Central Expwy, #169
Dallas TX, 75231
Contact Phone:(214) 368-1485
Clinic Details:Planned Parenthood is one of the nation’s leading providers of high-quality, affordable health care, and the nation’s largest provider of sex education. With or without insurance, you can always come to us for your health care.
Services:Abortion Referrals; Birth Control; HIV Services; LGBTQ Services; Men's Health Care; Morning-After Pill (Emergency Contraception); Pregnancy Testing & Services; STD Testing, Treatment & Vaccines; Women's Health Care
Women's Health Services:Checkups when you have a Reproductive/Sexual Health Problem; Breast Exams; Cervical Cancer Screening; Hormone Replacement Therapy; Mammogram Referrals; Menopause/Midlife Education/Testing/Treatment; Pap Test; UTI/Vaginal Infection Testing/Treatment
Details: In response to the growing problem of providing children’s health and dental services, Network of Community Ministries’ Adolescent and Children’s Clinic offers free health care and dental services to uninsured children. All services are provided by a dedicated staff of volunteer physicians, dentists, nurses, hygienists and front office workers. The Network Clinic has been on the frontline of medical assistance for uninsured or uninsurable children since its inception in 1992, working closely with the Richardson Independent School District and local medical agencies to ensure the best quality of care. From 2007 through 2009, the clinic served the medical needs of 1,455 children in the community. In December 2009, two of the clinic’s exam rooms were renovated to serve as dental operatory facilities. With the addition of dental services in January, 2010, Network began providing free dental screening and care through the Rotary Dental Clinic. Assessments indicate that absenteeism due to acute illnesses among students has consistently declined in the last three years. Parental response reflects a positive rating of services offered through our clinic as well as a favorable response to the subsequent follow-up by doctors and the school nurses.
Details: The Agape Clinic, housed in the basement of Grace Church, was started in 1983 to serve the health care needs of the immigrant population surrounding the church. Bobbie Baxter, M.D., Charles Kemp, FNP, FAAN, volunteer physicians, nurse practitioners, and others serve patients four days a week. Services include immunizations for children, treatment for chronic and short-term illness, laboratory tests, and such specialty care as psychiatry, dermatology, asthma, women’s health, neurology, and pediatrics. When the clinic opened, patients were examined in spaces partitioned with sheets in basement classrooms. In 1996, a capital campaign provided funds to renovate the basement. The renovation created a 2,500-square-foot, five-exam-room facility complete with a small pharmacy and waiting room. Today the clinic serves more than 3,500 patients yearly and maintains partnerships with area universities and other community organizations to provide Agape patients with primary care, specialty care, social services, and community health events such as mammography screenings. The value of services provided by the clinic exceeds $3.5 million a year. Patients make donations as they are able. The remaining operating funds are provided by individual donors, foundations, and other organizations.
Details: Planned Parenthood is one of the nation’s leading providers of high-quality, affordable health care, and the nation’s largest provider of sex education. With or without insurance, you can always come to us for your health care.
Details: NDSM was established in 1983 to provide short-term, tangible emergency assistance for food, rent and utilities. Over time, assistance was enhanced with a menu of additional services including job counseling, English-as-a-second-language day and evening classes, school supplies, vision screening and eye glasses. The medical clinic opened in 2000. Initially treating adults and children for acute minor illnesses, the medical clinic rapidly expanded to include women’s health, hypertension, diabetes, dermatology and podiatry. In 2003, the medical clinic added emergency dental care for adults and in 2006 added an evening clinic managed by UT Southwestern medical students. When school uniforms became a DISD requirement in 2007, NDSM enhanced its school supply distribution program by also providing two school uniforms to each child. In keeping with our practice of meeting newly identified needs, we also initiated a free income tax assistance program in 2009. Since then, we have partnered with Foundation Communities to provide this service for low and moderate income individuals in the Dallas area. In 2013, collaborations with UT Southwestern and Texas A&M College of Dentistry provided additional staff and enabled us to expand services and increase the number of patients served. NDSM formalized its behavioral health efforts in 2016 by forging a relationship with the Center for Integrative Counseling and Psychology to provide full time mental health counseling to clients. Given the expansion of our programs over time, NDSM now provides a full array of services to our clients allowing for a holistic approach to their care. Reflective of this approach, in 2019, our medical clinic began serving clients 7 a.m. – 7 p.m. every weekday.
Details: The Homeless Outreach Medical Services (HOMES) program is an effort between Parkland and the Children's Health Fund. This program provides medical, dental and behavioral health services to children and adults who are homeless.
Details: Our Martin Luther King, Jr. location is a 25,000 square foot office that offers medical, dental and behavioral health services. You and your family members will experience: Shorter wait times; Extended hours of operation; Flexible payment options and discounted rates; Comprehensive services in one location. The benefits of our established partnerships with local hospitals and organizations that deliver specialty services, behavioral health and social services.
Details: The Methodist Dallas Medical Center Golden Cross Academic Clinic is an outpatient department of Methodist Dallas Medical Center and provides a location for a multi-specialty clinic serving patients in Oak Cliff, South Dallas, and surrounding neighborhoods, offering services in acute care, primary care, and chronic conditions.
Details: North Texas Indian Physicians’ Charitable Foundation is a non-profit corporation that operates a clinic in collaboration with the Hindu Temple in Irving, Texas. The clinic is located near the temple in Irving, and provides free office consultations with physicians. The clinic also has an understanding with Quest labs to provide common lab tests at a subsidized rate.
Location: Grand Prairie, TX - 75050 | 14.9 miles away
Contact Phone: (972) 266-9123
Details: The Wellness Center is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization located in Dallas County, and incorporated in the State of Texas. Our mission is to provide health care and health-related education to low income families unable to access mainstream health care.