Legacy is working hard to re-open as soon as possible – hopefully later this week for some clinics – to meet the physical and mental health needs of our patients, regardless of the ability to pay.
Updates including clinic openings and the rescheduling of appointments, and important information about community resources can be found on this page. You can also follow updates on our Facebook page and on Twitter at: @LegacyCommunity. For updates regarding clinic closure & reopening, you may also call (832) 548 5000.
Please continue to check back for more updates.
Legacy Community Health – Clinics Update
August 30, 2017, 12:00 p.m.
We are planning to open the Montrose, Southwest and Fifth Ward locations on Thursday August 31, 2017. If you had an appointment scheduled this week, we will call you in the next few days to reschedule. If you have a behavioral health appointment scheduled, we are trying to honor those appointments. Please know, many of our behavioral health providers and staff have been impacted by the storm, and you may be seen by another psychiatrist.
This week our clinics will be opened on a first come, first served basis for Adult/Family Medicine, Obstetrics and Gynecology, and Pediatrics, in order to meet the needs of those impacted by Hurricane Harvey.
The following resources are available to the community. We will continue to update this list.
- Adult Primary Care
- OB/GYN & Maternity
- Behavioral Health Services
- Dental Care
- Vision Services
- Vaccination & Immunization
- HIV/STD Screening & Treatment
- LGBTQ Services
Psychological Impact Following Hurricane Harvey
Dr. Chad Lemaire, Medical Director of Behavioral Health, Legacy Community Health, provides recommendations to address the stress and anxiety that can be caused by natural disasters.