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Central Health-Supported CommUnityCare Adding Weekend Clinic Hours at Del Valle Health Center Beginning Saturday

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(AUSTIN, Texas) – Central Health-supported CommUnityCare Health Centers announced today it is adding Saturday clinic hours at the Del Valle Health Center, located at 3518 FM 973 beginning Sept. 29, 2018. The location also serves... Read more

Central Health’s Free Pregnancy Testing Program is Leading to Health Care Coverage for Women With Low Income

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Central Health is using free pregnancy testing as a means to connect women with low income to comprehensive health care services. It’s one way Central Health and its partners are improving the health of women... Read more

Central Health Plans to Lease Part of Former Brackenridge Campus, Jumpstarting Redevelopment to Generate Revenue for Health Care Services

Central Health Plans to Lease Part of Former Brackenridge Campus, Jumpstarting Redevelopment to Generate Revenue for Health Care Services

(Austin) – On Tuesday, the Central Health Board of Managers will consider approving a lease for a portion of its Downtown Campus – formerly the Brackenridge Campus – with a local limited partnership called the... Read more

Patricia A. Young Brown, President & CEO – Letter concerning her plans to retire from public service

The following was submitted to Central Health Board of Managers Chairperson Katrina Daniel on Oct. 3, 2016. A downloadable PDF is also available. October 3, 2016 Katrina Daniel, Chair Central Health Board of Managers Dear... Read more

Announcing the premiere of Central Health Stories

Announcing the premiere of Central Health Stories

Ensuring all Travis County residents have access to health care is a 24/7 effort that occurs not only in hospitals and clinics, but also in homeless shelters and bridge underpasses, on street corners, at churches,... Read more

Central Health: A community can’t be affordable unless it’s healthy

This op-ed originally appeared in the Sunday, April 3 edition of the Austin American-Statesman   Our Community is booming, and for many people this is a problem. A robust economy, skilled workforce, and high quality... Read more

Central Health @SXSW Recap

In continuing with our values of stewardship and collaboration, we jumped at the opportunity to tap into the creative energy that abounds at SXSW Interactive. With its myriad of attendees from all parts of the... Read more

2015 Community Benefit Report released

How public support of the Dell Medical School is transforming health care in Travis County The 2015 Community Benefit Report is the first annual update to Travis County taxpayers on the ways the 2012 Proposition... Read more

Central Health provides a medical safety net / Statesman op-ed

This op/ed was published in the Austin American-Statesman on Thursday, Aug. 20, 2015.   Imagine supporting a family of three on $1,000 a month. What sacrifices would you need to make to survive? How would... Read more