Spring Branch Community Health Center
SBCHC is a private nonprofit community health center serving low-income, Hispanic, and Spanish-speaking communities in West Houston, Texas. It offers comprehensive primary care to patients regardless of their ability to pay. The center was founded in 2003 and started providing comprehensive services to low-income residents of the area in May 2004. This clinic is a safe place for patients to receive healthcare, regardless of their income level. It is the only medical facility in the Houston area that accepts Medicaid, Medi-Cal, and most major insurance programs.
The organization has three locations in Houston, Texas. The Spring Branch Community Health Center is an essential part of the community. Located in the North End of the city, it serves the neighborhood and the greater southwest Houston area. The clinic’s mission is to provide comprehensive primary healthcare services at affordable prices to underserved and uninsured patients. The facility is easily accessible to the public and is a convenient location. Several bus routes run by the area serve the health center.
SBCHC offers comprehensive health care services to underserved and uninsured populations in the Houston area. This organization has been providing quality, affordable care to residents since 2004, and was established to address the health disparities that existed in the area. SBCHC provides culturally and linguistically-sensitive services for all ages. The clinic is also open on weekends and holidays, and is accessible by public transportation. This facility is located in the downtown spring Branch and is easily accessible by car, bus, and metrorail.