Does the Health District provide medical care for the uninsured?

The Health District provides medical care for uninsured men, women, and children through various grants and programs that are based on the financial eligibility of the individual/family. Your level of coverage and types of services provided are dependent upon the program you qualify for. Please come to the clinic with proof of income such as one month of pay stubs, social security award letter or taxes, and a valid ID to apply. If you do not have these items please speak to our eligibility specialist to see how we may still be able to help you. Please apply at MERCY Health Care Center located at 1902 Shelton Street, and call 325-676-6634.

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1. Do I need an appointment to receive immunizations at the Health District?
2. Does the Health District investigate communicable diseases?
3. Does the Health District accept credit or debit cards?
4. Does the Health District offer HIV Testing?
5. Does the Health District provide medical care for the uninsured?
6. What are the costs for medical care at the Health District?
7. What family planning services are available at the Health District?
8. Which children are eligible for medical check-ups at he Health District?
9. How can I get a copy of a birth certificate?
10. How can I request corrections to a birth certificate?
11. How can I get a certified copy of a death certificate?