Public Health

Legacy Public Health works alongside individuals, providers, and communities to improve overall health outcomes. We accomplish this through Patient Education within the clinic  and Community Health Work with individuals and groups within communities we serve.

Here you will find the means to help achieve those desired health results for yourself, your family or community with the help of our  Patient Educators and Community Health Workers.

If you have any questions or are interested in one of our classes, please reach out to our Public Health team at (832) 548-2221.


breast cancer awareness

Women: Prevent Breast Cancer. Get Your Mammogram.

October is breast cancer awareness month — and for good reason. After skin cancers, breast cancer is the most common cancer in American women and the second-leading cause of cancer death among women.

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Finding Joy After Tragedy

Mental Health Mondays: Finding Joy After Tragedy

After experiencing back-to-back trauma, everyday life weighed on Debra Odom like a ton of bricks. In 2008, she was the innocent victim of a drive-by shooting that left her body riddled with four gunshot wounds. And then, not long after, her mother died from the complications of multiple strokes. The physical and emotional pain of it all became too much to bear.

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