WE PROVIDE OUR COMMUNITY
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.
WHY CHOOSE LONE STAR FAMILY
We accept most insurance, Medicaid CHIP, and Medicare, have affordable self pay options, and a sliding fee scale with eligibility. Here is a list of just some of he reasons you can trust Lone Star Family Health Center for you and your family.
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Case manager and Medicaid worker
SLIDING FEE SCALE DISCOUNTS
For the uninsured with eligibility
SELF PAY OPTION
With our high quality, hi-tech facility and dedicated staff, the Lone Star Family Health Center is ready to serve you and your family. We can care for the individual or the entire family, in the office or in the hospital.
We are always looking for talented, dedicated people to help us serve our community. From clinic staff to administration, we have positions waiting for the right person to fill them.
RESIDENCY & EDUCATION PROGRAM
Excellence in residency and medical education programs with full accreditation and a comprehensive curriculum.
Conroe Family Medicine Residency Program is dedicated to teaching the full spectrum of family medicine and procedural skills. We strive to provide an education which our graduates have said makes them feel confident when they start practice. We strive to provide high quality, high tech and compassionate care, while providing health access to the underserved and community at large.
WAYS TO GIVE / DONATE
Each year, in our own Montgomery County community, Lone Star Family Health Center provides high quality health care that’s affordable to thousands of people. We accept most insurance, Medicaid, CHIP, Medicare, have self pay options and a sliding fee scale for those who need it. As a non-profit organization, we need your donations to keep providing quality affordable services and to keep helping our community.
BECOME AN ADVOCATE
Health centers provide access to basic health care services in the communities that need them most. Their doors are open to everyone – families and children, farm workers and the homeless, and those who are uninsured, on Medicaid, or have private insurance. Community, Migrant, Homeless, and Public Housing Health Centers, also known as Federally-Qualified Health Centers (FQHCs), are non-profit, providers of high-quality, affordable primary and preventive care serving low income and medically underserved communities.