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Our Updated Statement on COVID-19 Procedures

To Our Patients:

With COVID-19 infection rates on the rise, Julia’s Center is concerned for you, your family, and your friend’s health and safety as well as for the providers and all the volunteers. Therefore, Julia’s Center to fight the spread of COVID-19 in our community and protect others, is suspending all in-person patient appointments until after the holidays. Instead of in person appointments, we will conduct televisits for patients with appointments in December. We have recently upgraded our communication equipment and can provide audio as well as video tele-health visits when requested. For patients with appointments in December, we will be reaching out to you to work out the details of conducting your appointment as a televisit with a provider.

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Julias Center Earned NAFC 2020 Gold Standard Award

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Julia's Center Earned a 2020 Gold Rating from the NAFC Quality Standards Program!

PLANO, TX - JULIA'S CENTER FOR HEALTHCARE has earned a 2020 Gold Rating from the National Association of Free and Charitable Clinics (NAFC) Quality Standards Program. By self-attesting that the organization has certain policies and procedures in place, it is able to highlight its commitment to providing quality care to patients.

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Coronavirus Disease COVID-19 Essential Info

Some things to know and keep in mind as we deal with the Coronavirus COVID-19 outbreak.

We have put together key items from a PDF distributed by the CDC. Basically, they suggest social distancing or keeping about 6 feet from others when you go to the grocery store etc. Wash your hands frequently and avoid touching your face unless you wash your hands for at least 20 seconds in warm soapy water. If you feel ill, stay at home for two weeks to self quarantine, just in case.

We also included a link to a letter by Archbishop Beach of the Anglican Church in North America.

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Immigrant Health Care Article Dallas Morning News

Free Health Care Clinics In High Demand

With the recent information reported in the Dallas Morning News, it shows without a doubt, that healthcare clinics, like Julia's Center, serve an ever growing need to provide healthcare services to people without health insurance and who cannot afford to pay. As Dianne Solis points out in her article, the lines and wait times for patients without enough money or health insurance are long for medical services at low cost or no cost clinics in the Dallas area. She noted that one-third of the patients are children, and that the number is up from two years ago due to fear of deportation by illegal immigrants when and if federal government resources are used.

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New Location in 2018!

We are moving to a new and larger location when we open in early 2018.  More to come soon, so check back to the website often.


Diabetes Education

A number of our patients have some form of diabetes and diabetes education is very important. If you think that you might have diabetes we can help! We provide in-depth education for self-management and we also can help with diabetic supplies.

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