Central Health

Health care for all.

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Our Services

By caring for those who need it most, Central Health improves the health of our community. We are the local public entity that connects low-income, uninsured Travis County residents to high quality, cost effective health care.

Central Health works through a network of health care partners and community members to connect uninsured, underinsured, and low-income residents with high-quality, cost-effective health care. We use local and federal funds to create access to and transform safety net health care services through:

By investing in these programs, Central Health is improving the safety-net healthcare system, economy, and overall standard of living in our community.

Central Health is a separate political subdivision of the State of Texas and is not a part of Travis County Government. The boundaries of our healthcare service area are contiguous with Travis County.

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If you or someone you know needs access to health care, call 512.978.8130. Eligibility Services Team Members will be able to help you or a loved one navigate the available health care options and find access to local community services.

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Our Accomplishments

Read our 2016 fiscal year annual report to learn about our accomplishments over the previous year.

FY2016 Highlights

  • In 2016 Central Health funded care for more than 143,000 Travis County residents.
  • 41,654 people enrolled in the Medical Access Program (MAP)
  • 180,044 primary care encounters
  • 40,078 dental encounters
  • 23,447 specialty care encounters

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Learn about our community partners

getcaresmallCentral Health funds medical services through a trusted network of health care providers. In partnership with these organizations, we create access to health care for low-income, underinsured, and uninsured Travis County residents.

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Learn about our projects & partnerships

Central health is leading a number of transformative community projects, including the redevelopment of the Brackenridge Campus, the Community Care Collaborative, and the Central Health Equity Policy Council.

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