Mission: To increase access to and availability of high quality comprehensive primary and preventative health care for the vulnerable of the Heart of Texas and to provide an excellent education, training and research environment in the medical, dental and behavioral health fields.
495 employees, including 122 direct caregivers comprised of family physicians, pediatricians, dentists, nurse practitioners and counselors
55,362 patients, accounting for 1 out of every 5 McLennan County residents
213,877 medical, dental and behavioral visits
Provided the majority of basic healthcare to the vulnerable population—the 96,626 residents (39.6%) in the county who live at or below 200% of the federal poverty level
When income is known:
5,508 patients indicated they were homeless; 6,638 lived in public housing
15,211 uninsured patients received primary care largely through a discounted fee program that resulted in more than 54,000 patient visits