TO ALL PATIENTS

OUR COVID-19 RESPONSE

CHANGES IN CLINIC OPERATIONS

 

On recommendations from state health officials, we are not able to accept new patients at this time. We encourage all patients to get vaccinated for COVID-19. While some current patients will be seen in person, we are limiting the number of on-site visits by non-vaccinated patients to protect the safety of our patients and volunteers.


 

 

NEW PATIENTS: We will not be accepting new patients at this time. Should this change, an update will be posted on this site and on Facebook.

CURRENT PATIENTS: We are seeing some current patients in person or the rest through tele-health visits. Leave a message by voicemail or email and we will get back to you.

 

PATIENT APPOINTMENTS:  If you have an appointment, you will receive a call concerning your care.

 

Please help us take care of YOU:

  • Make a list of all your medications & the amount you have on hand.

  • Keep a log of your blood pressure and your blood sugars if appropriate.

  • If you have lab work orders, go to Quest before your scheduled appointment. We need that information to help you.

  • Answer all phone calls and listen to all messages left. Staff may call you on their private phones which may list as "restricted" or "no number."

  • When you leave a voicemail, please speak slowly and give your name, date of birth and reason for your call.

 

Please know this is a temporary change as a precaution to protect your health and the health of our volunteers.

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For more on the COVID 19 Virus including who is at risk, what symptoms to look for and when to call for help, use the link above.

For help finding where to go to get the COVID-19 vaccine or to get a COVID-19 test:  Check with your local drugstore, grocery store or use the Tarrant County Health Department links below.