Most patients at Bethesda suffer from one or more serious chronic diseases, including diabetes, high blood pressure, high cholesterol, depression, and low thyroid problems. Our program first gets the disease under control, and then we help reduce or eliminate the condition through management, including tailored nutrition and health counseling. By taking this two-pronged approach, patients survive their health conditions and enjoy happy and productive lives. For mental health, Bethesda partnered with U.T. Southwestern Medical School for a mental screening program called Vital Signs 6 that also monitors treatment to ensure adequate control of any mental health condition.
Born in 2023 after joining St. Paul Children’s Medical and Dental Services. Bethesda Pediatrics is a program of Bethesda Health Clinic, founded in 2003 to provide care for working, uninsured adults. We are excited to provide excellent care for your children! Bethesda Pediatrics provides health and nutrition education, immunizations, minor acute care, prescription assistance, preventive checkups, referrals to specialists, sick visits, and a home for special needs children.
Mission/Vision: Our vision is to serve and honor Christ by inspiring our neighbors to live an abundant life, a life that is healthy in mind, body, and spirit… a life that is meaningful, purposeful, joyful, and eternal.
About: Bethesda Health Clinic was founded in 2003 to help hard-working, uninsured East Texans receive affordable healthcare. We are 100% community-supported and thrive on the generosity of medical volunteers, churches, individuals, and businesses. Bethesda serves low-income, working, uninsured East Texans. We give our patients a primary medical home. Without Bethesda, they would be forced to seek care at the emergency room or choose between feeding their families and going to the doctor. Hangers of Hope is a primary revenue stream for the clinic.
Volunteer: Clinic volunteer applicants must be 18 years or older, willing to commit to 6 consecutive months of service, and able to work 4 hours per week. Hangers of Hope volunteer applicants must be 16 years of age or older unless accompanied by a chaperone who is also a volunteer. https://bethesdaclinic.org/volunteer-2/
In-Kind Donations: Donate gently used items to Hangers of Hope!
Phone: (903) 596-8353
Location: 409 W. Ferguson St., Tyler, TX 75702
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