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Coronavirus Information

Central Health is following the direction of federal, state, and local authorities for the COVID-19 (coronavirus) pandemic. We have posted information regarding testing, clinical access for CommUnityCare patients as well as anyone who needs to visit a Central Health office, and MAP Eligibility.

For the latest local news and instructions, visit Austin Public Health, our local public health authority.

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CommUnityCare Health Centers, our affiliated FQHC, is tracking several key data points, including testing positivity rates and geographical statistics.

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View our Press Release Archive at the bottom of this page.

Nearly 1 in 5 Test Positive for COVID-19

 According to data from Central Health-affiliated CommUnityCare Health Centers, one in five tests administered at its drive-through testing sites and within its health centers over the last two weeks (April 26 – May 9 ) came back positive for the novel coronavirus.

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Apply For Health Coverage Online

In response to the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, Central Health has launched an online application for the Medical Access Program (MAP) and MAP BASIC. Available now, Travis County residents can apply for health coverage from the safety of their homes at apply4map.net.

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Telemarketing/Robocall Complaints

Over the past several days we have received a number of complaints regarding telemarketing robocalls from Central Health. These calls are not from Central Health – this organization – but from a group called 2020 Healthcare Central, with whom we are in no way affiliated.

We are the Travis County Healthcare District and we do not use robocalls and we do not do telemarketing.

You have two options to stop the calls. You can file a complaint with the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) at www.ftccomplaintassistant.gov, and you can add your number to the National Do Not Call Registry – www.DoNotCall.gov.

Again, we’re sorry for the inconvenience and understand tour frustration, but please understand we are not associated in any way with these calls.

Fiscal Year 2019 Annual Report

Download a copy of our 2019 Annual Report below. Highlights include:

147,504 PATIENTS SERVED – an increase of 5,870 patients from the previous year.

183 PROVIDER LOCATIONS – including community health centers, hospitals, specialists, dentists and urgent care locations.

394,425 PRIMARY CARE VISITS – provided through Central Health’s broad network of health care partners.

In 2019, Central Health’s provider network continued to expand and innovate, providing new and convenient care options for community members.

Download the Annual Report

Homeless Services Overview

The Central Health Enterprise leads and participates in many initiatives serving the needs of Travis County’s homeless population. This work is carried out by Enterprise staff and through a network of health care and social service providers.

Download our latest factsheet on homeless services provided by Central Health.

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COVID-19 Update: Apply4Map.com

Protect Yourself. Protect Your Family: COVID-19 Stage 4

Information Resources

Public Information Requests

The Texas Public Information Act gives the public the right to request access to government information.

Information on Open Government is available at the Texas Attorney General’s Web site, including how to file a request, what to expect, and how to follow-up.

Any costs associated with this request will be processed in accordance with Government Code, Chapter 552 and the Attorney General Cost Administrative Rules.

Submit an Official Request

Media Contact

For media requests, please contact Vice President of Communications Ted Burton at 512.978.8214 or via email at ted.burton@centralhealth.net.

Central Health’s offices are located at 1111 E. Cesar Chavez St., Austin, TX 78702.


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Visit our Library for all of our collected reports, fact sheets, plans, and more.

Performance Review

Download the Performance Review conducted by Germane Solutions, evaluating the effectiveness and efficiency of the organization, and making recommendations about opportunities for performance improvement.

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Travis County Healthcare District d/b/a Central Health (“Central Health”) contracts and purchases goods and services that are necessary to provide for the healthcare needs of those we serve.

Notifications are published in local newspapers and also online.

To become a vendor to Central Health visit our Purchasing page then register with BidSync at no charge to be electronically notified of potential procurements and to submit proposals in response to requests.

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