Planned Parenthood - Southeast Fort Worth Health Center
Planned Parenthood - Southeast Fort Worth Health Center - Fort Worth Family Planning Agency
3863 Miller Ave.
Fort Worth TX, 76119
Contact Phone:(817) 536-4942
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: At Collins Family Planning Clinic, we have taken the way you feel about gynecology and male exams seriously. It is important to us that we meet your expectations, answer your questions, address your concerns and be considerate of your feelings. We sincerely care about each and every one of our clients. You will feel at ease. You will feel comfortable in our pleasant and professional atmosphere.
Details: Mercy Clinic exists to show Christ’s love and compassion by providing free health care, spiritual care, and assistance in self-help to the underserved population south Fort Worth.Mercy Clinic was established in October of 2011 to provide free health care, spiritual care and assistance to the underserved population in South Fort Worth. Our patients are uninsured adults residing in the 76110 zip code in Fort Worth, TX, of whom 95% are Hispanic. Mercy Clinic provides wellness checkups, well-woman visits, sick visits, dentistry extractions and fillings, and limited laboratory and prescription services.Thanks to the support of our volunteers and financial partners, in 2019, Mercy Clinic expanded services to three clinics per week, Tuesday and Thursday evenings and Wednesday afternoons. To fulfill its mission, Mercy Clinic enlists over 140 volunteers who provide healthcare, office support, security, and translation services to help meet the needs of our patients.
Details: A growing number of Texans are falling into a healthcare gap. Private insurance costs are up. They don't qualify for Medicare, Medicaid or our state's limited Affordable Care Act subsidies. Without good insurance, getting regular care for diseases such as diabetes, heart disease and asthma can seem impossible. Since November of 2011, Open Arms Health Clinic has provided more than 9,000 visits to people who struggle to pay for regular care. OAHC patients with chronic diseases receive more than medical care. They learn how to live healthier lives and take an active role as part of their own healthcare team. Our special programs promote health and wellness through diet, exercise self-monitoring and education. Clinic volunteers include office staff, interpreters, social workers and a variety of licensed medical professionals from the local community.
Details: Cornerstone Charitable Clinic was established in 1998 to address the growing need for primary and preventative health care for the uninsured in Tarrant County and surrounding areas. The clinic provides free comprehensive medical care to uninsured adults. All clinic services are provided by licensed physicians and nurses who volunteer their time at the Cornerstone Clinic and are covered by liability insurance. Volunteer medical professionals and clinic staff provide a wide variety of services to patients including: primary medical care, specialty care in dermatology, internal medicine, gynecology, orthopedics, and ophthalmology. Patients are seen by appointment only and must meet eligibility requirements. All services are available in English and Spanish.
Details: For a quarter century (25 years), the Dental Clinic has provided quality care “free of charge” to low-income residents in Arlington, the Tarrant County portion of Grand Prairie, and the surrounding communities of Kennedale, Mansfield, Pantego and Dalworthington Gardens; New patients must have current proof of residency in Kennedale, Arlington or the Mansfield Independent School District; New patients must also have proof of income, such as: a food stamp card, John Peter Smith card, school free or reduced lunch paperwork or a check stub, etc.
Details: The Mansfield Mission Center Linda Nix Clinic exists to promote physical, financial and relational wellbeing. We serve low to moderate income residents of MISD. Our medical, dental, women’s wellness and vision services are provided to uninsured adults.