If you or a client suffers from a worrisome chronic condition but lack health insurance this message could turn you life around. Here’s why:
Christus St. Mary’s Clinic offers chronic care for individuals without health insurance. In fact they prefer to help those who are uninsured.
Located in Houston’s East End, they can help you mange chronic problems like:
- high blood pressure
- high cholesterol
- thyroid problems
- liver problems
- heart problems
- kidney problems
- menstrual problems
- back and join pain
St. Mary’s Clinic helps you to take control of your health with education and preventative check ups for all of the chronic conditions listed above. Glucose, A1 C testing, prostate exams, pap smears and much more are offered.
If lab results determine that medications are needed St. Mary’s has you covered with help obtaining medications for little or no cost to you.
To make the enrollment process even easier St. Mary’s waives any eligibility requirements which means no documents are needed to qualify. No searching shoe boxes for bank statements or proof of address. With a $35 co-payment, a call for an appointment or a walk in, you can be treated the same day.
Again if you suffer from chronic disease put an end to your worries and contact St. Mary’s for an appointment at 713.803.1840.
Office hours are 7:30 – 4:00pm Monday -Friday and their address is 2120 S. Wayside Suite B Houston, TX 77023. The clinic is located between the Fiesta Body Shop and Houston Inn just of I-45.
Additional Christus Locations
If you live in Galveston County they also have a clinic in Dickinson offering the same services. Click HERE to learn more.
In addition to the Dickinson Clinic they also offer medical services to children via satellite offices in 20 local schools. Click HERE to learn more about those programs.
Nick Bryant is a Counselor with 10 years of experience working in community health. He enjoys concerts, mocking Dallas Cowboy fans and creating easy to understand community resources on his site HoustonCaseManagers.com. To become a more saucy social worker, hop on his free email list and receive weekly community resource guides delivered directly to your inbox.