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Woven Health to Open Second Clinic in Carrollton Regional Medical Center

Woven Health to Open Second Clinic in Carrollton Regional Medical Center

Metrocrest Hospital Authority to Provide Free Space  

Carrollton, Texas (May 20, 2021) – In an effort to save lives and enhance the health of underserved communities, Woven Health is opening a second clinic location at Carrollton Regional Medical Center with space provided at no cost by the Metrocrest Hospital Authority (MHA).

The 1,700-square-foot full-service adult clinic will provide primary healthcare services for low- and moderate uninsured Carrollton residents who cannot afford health care and live in Carrollton, Texas. The clinic was allocated funding from the City of Carrollton’s Community Development Block Grant CARES Act (CDBG-CV) fund to assist low-to-moderate income Carrollton residents impacted by COVID-19.

“At Woven Health, we believe healthy lives build healthy communities, and especially now with the Pandemic, we are excited to offer quality, comprehensive healthcare to those who need it most but cannot afford it in Carrollton,” explains Lisa Rigby, Executive Director, Woven Health.

“Partnering with Metrocrest Hospital Authority and the City of Carrollton, we believe everyone deserves this type of excellent quality of care.”

“One of our goals at MHA is to partner with quality organizations with a proven track record of advancing and improving health care in our community,” said John Mahalik, MHA CEO. “In today’s challenging economic environment this is the opportune time to move forward with this project.”

“Carrollton City Council recognizes the need in the community for quality medical care that is accessible for all individuals. Through the Community Development Block Grant CARES Act funding comes a wonderful opportunity to assist those among us with the greatest needs and the ability to see lasting public health results,” Mayor Kevin Falconer said. “Teaming with Woven Health and Metrocrest Hospital Authority will leverage the City’s investment in quality health care for our community and help with Council’s vision to be the community that families and businesses want to call home.”

While COVID-19 continues to threaten North Texas, Woven Health’s new clinic will help address this need, offering COVID screenings and vaccines. Additionally, the clinic will provide access to a variety of services to low-income residents, including primary care, women’s health services, depression and anxiety treatment, and disease prevention services, together with healthy lifestyle education, coaching and events. When the second clinic opens in April 2021, Woven Health will serve Carrollton residents that meet low to moderate-income eligibility requirements.

Founded in 1992 by two local churches, the clinic was originally established because individuals saw an urgent need for healthcare for the uninsured and under-insured in the community. In 1995, MHA donated space for the original location at Dallas Medical Center for the clinic, where the first clinic’s site is located today. Today, MHA is generously providing space for Woven Health’s Carrollton location.

About Woven Health Clinic Woven Health Clinic is a 501c3 community charitable clinic that provides primary health care services for people who live in Carrollton that cannot afford healthcare. The Clinic is recognized by the National Committee for Quality Assurance as a Patient Centered Medical Home.

About MHA Since its creation in 1975, the primary mission of the MHA is to create a quality healthcare environment for both providers and users in its service area.  The primary mission of the Authority is to create a quality healthcare environment for both providers and users and to ensure that the Authority remains in a position to meet the health care needs in its service area.

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Thursday, May 20, 2021