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East End

Santa Clara

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Connecting our communities to health every day, in every way

 

Since 1981, Legacy Community Health has opened our doors and our hearts to people from all walks of life. We provide a wide range of quality health care and wrap around services to all of our neighbors in East End, regardless of ability to pay.

 

In the event of an emergency, dial 911 immediately.

 

Parking: Entrance to parking on Hillman St. behind building.

Santa Clara

5616 Lawndale St., Ste A108
Houston, TX 77023

P (713) 921 0075
F (713) 759 0912

HOURS

Mon - Fri: 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
Sat: 8:30 a.m. - 12:30 p.m. (every other Sat by appointment only)

BEHAVIORAL HEALTH
Mon, Wed, Thu, Fri: 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
By appointment only

PARTNERING PHARMACIES

Legacy patients are offered discount prescriptions at participating pharmacy locations. Click here for locations.

IN THE COMMUNITY

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STREET VIEW
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December

Legacy Community Health to Break Ground on $10 Million Campus in Southwest Houston

By Kevin Nix Legacy Community Health has announced the groundbreaking ceremony for its new clinic in the Gulfton/southwest area of Houston. The 33,500 sq. ft. campus replaces the health center’s existing location that specializes in OB/GYN and pediatrics. “The demand for quality, affordable health care in southwest Houston is very high,” said Katy Caldwell, CEO…

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04
December

Healthy for the Holidays: Keeping Control When the Family Gathers ‘Round the Kitchen

By Barrett White   Through November and December, there are 14 holidays observed by the world’s major religions. While each belief and culture is different, one thing remains mostly the same across the board: Food. This is the time of the year when families gather for prayer, harmony, and a good meal. These meals are…

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Lettuce and Recalls
03
December

Is it safe yet to eat Romaine lettuce?

By Carolina Boyd Has 2018 turned into the year of eating dangerously?  This year, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has already investigated 22 foodborne outbreaks, including the recent E-coli investigation linked to California-grown Romaine lettuce. That’s the highest number of investigations in more than decade. The CDC says it is OK to eat…

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