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Services

Lone Star Family Health Center is a full service state of the art family health center, non-profit 501(c)3. We pride ourselves on compassionate, individualized, high-level preventative and ongoing health care for everyone.

Locations

Conroe

605 S. Conroe Medical Drive Conroe, Texas 77304

Fax: 936.539.5997

Hours of Operation
Monday - Friday: 8am - 5pm

Lab open until 5pm

Pharmacy open until 5:30pm

After Hours Walk-in Clinic
(family medicine only)
Monday - Friday: 5pm - 9pm Saturday: 9am - 1pm

Willis

9516 West FM 1097, Ste 140 Willis, Texas 77318

Fax: 936.224.4205

Hours of Operation
Monday - Friday: 8am - 5pm
Closed 12pm - 1pm daily

Lab open until 5pm

Spring

440 Rayford Rd, Ste 150 Spring, Texas 77386

Fax: 281.419.1395

Hours of Operation
Monday - Friday: 8am - 5pm
Closed 12pm - 1pm daily

Lab open until 5pm

Grangerland

13905 Grangerland Road Conroe, Texas 77306

Fax: 936.521.8449

Hours of Operation
Monday - Tuesday: 8am - 12pm, 1:30pm - 5:30pm
Thursday: 8am - 12pm, 1:30pm - 5:30pm

Lab open until 5pm

Huntsville

227 SH 75 N Ste 130 Huntsville, Texas 77320

Fax: 936.291.0746

Hours of Operation
Monday - Friday: 8am - 5pm
Closed 12pm - 1pm daily

Lab open until 5pm

Pharmacy open until 5:30pm

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