As you know, the information on Coronavirus is getting updated daily as we learn more about the virus. We are taking our guidance from the Centers for Disease Control & Prevention (CDC) and Tarrant County Public Health (TCPH). To stay current with the CDC’s latest guidance, please visit www.cdc.gov to view up-to-date recommendations and information.
NTACHC Is Offering COVID-19 Testing
December 21, 2020
NTACHC is offering ID Now Rapid Testing and LabCorp COVID-19 Testing at all three of our locations. […]
NTACHC Is Offering Flu Vaccines
December 7, 2020
It is not too late to get a flu shot to protect yourself and your family from the flu.
North Texas Area Community Health Centers has a limited supply of the following:
• Regular flu shots
• High dose shots recommended for anyone 65 years or older
• FluMist that does not require a shot, for patients who qualify
If you do not have insurance, you may be able to get a flu shot for FREE. We can bill insurance if you are a regular patient at any of our NTACHC clinics.
Call us TODAY at 817-625-4254 to set up a convenient time to come in and get a flu shot.
November 2, 2020
If you are a participant in the PHC Program (Primary Health Care Program), please note: For a prescription to be covered by the PHC Program, the prescription must now be filled at the NTACHC pharmacy at the Northside location, and must be on the list of covered medications. If you currently fill prescriptions elsewhere, call the NTACHC pharmacy at 833-789-5300 to request a transfer of your prescription.
Help Fight COVID-19
November 2, 2020
Join the DFW COVID-19 Prevalence Study to help researchers better understand how common COVID-19 is in Dallas and Tarrant counties. By volunteering, you will help guide decisions being made in our communities to keep you and your family safe and healthy. The study is being conducted by UT Southwestern and Texas Health Resources. […]
Need Help? NTACHC Has Counselors To Help You Enroll In Marketplace
October 30, 2020
Your well-being is our priority! That’s why health insurance is important to help you maintain your health and get you the healthcare you and your family need.
Open enrollment for the Health Insurance Marketplace opens November 1st and runs through Dec. 15th.
Our Providers Help Patients Get Diabetes Under Control
October 30, 2020
November is National Diabetes Month, and North Texas Area Community Health Centers (NTACHC) want to help you get your diabetes under control. Type 1 diabetes, a condition when the body doesn’t produce insulin, happens at any age affecting people of every size, shape and race. This condition can be managed with the help of our providers at NTACHC. […]
NTACHC Now Offers PrEP Medication and Confidential Counseling
October 19, 2020
PrEP, or Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis, is a once-daily pill that significantly reduces your risk of acquiring HIV. If you believe you might be at risk, we can help. NTACHC offers appointments with one of our expert health care providers who can help you decide if PrEP is right for you. […]
Welcome New Board Member – William Venable
September 13, 2020
NTACHC is happy to welcome William (Bill) Venable to our Board of Directors. He has an impressive background in academia, business, marketing and healthcare that will help us improve and expand healthcare for more in our community.
Bill joined the faculty of the College of Business at The University of Texas at Arlington in July 2019. He was appointed to […]
Welcome to NTACHC!
August 20, 2020
North Texas Area Community Health Centers (NTACHC) has hired two new doctors and two new family nurse practitioners as the demand for accessible healthcare has increased. In addition, NTACHC has promoted a nurse practitioner to a director of nursing and access. With the need to provide more walk-in appointment availability, one new nurse practitioner will oversee the walk-in clinic at Northside Center starting later this month. In 2019, the centers provided care for […]
Exercise and Mental Wellness
By Michael Davis, LMSW
July 29, 2020
You may already know how good exercise is for your physical health, but you might be surprised by how good exercise is for your mental health. Studies show that for treating anxiety, and mild to moderate depression, exercise can be as effective as talking therapy and medication.
There are many ways that exercise positively influences your mental health: […]
North Texas Area Community Health Centers Dedicates The Morris Foundation Building
July 15, 2020
North Texas Area Community Health Centers (NTACHC) officially dedicated the Northside Community Health Center and renamed it The Morris Foundation Building, thanks to the $1 million cornerstone grant.
This gift was part of a $15.3 million capital campaign, led by U.S. Representative Kay Granger, to build a new 34,000-square-foot Northside Community Health Center to better serve the medically underserved area. Primary care services include adult care, pediatric care, women’s health, and behavioral health, along with pharmacy, labs, diabetes management, health education and wellness.
In 2018, the Northside Community Health Center opened. The new Center was welcomed by […]
Thank you TCU and UNT Health Science Center School of Medicine!
July 2, 2020
A huge thanks to the students of TCU and UNT Health Science Center – School of Medicine for the amazing donation of hundreds of cloth masks, N95s, surgical masks and face shields from their PPE drive! These will help our providers take care of our patients. We are glad to be partners to help keep our community safe and healthy!
DOMESTIC VIOLENCE AND ABUSE AMID COVID-19
By Michael Davis, LMSW
June 17, 2020
As the COVID-19 pandemic continues, to protect ourselves and our communities, we are required to stay home. Unfortunately, for those in our community experiencing domestic violence and abuse, home may not be a safe place to be. Given the economic devastation resulting from COVID-19, many families now find themselves in a chronic state of uncertainty and panic and lack the community resources and support systems to cope with their emotional distress. Such conditions may […]
A MESSAGE FROM OUR BOARD PRESIDENT
June 9, 2020
In March, our world changed. We began hearing these words as they became common in our interactions as well as our thoughts…. quarantine, social distancing, masks, protective gear, etc. The novel coronavirus made our normal day of going to the office, meeting with co-workers and events unsafe. We then had to turn our normal day into a new “normal” by working from home, interacting only virtually or via our phones and computers, and venturing out of our homes for only food or necessary items. This uncertain time has forced all of us to […]
THANK YOU LUNCH FOR FWPD
May 26, 2020
North Texas Area Community Health Centers, Inc. in collaboration with Fort Worth Hispanic Chamber of Commerce, Los Vaqueros Stockyards and Higginbotham Helps, provided the NW Division of the Fort Worth Police Department with a taco bar lunch to recognize our police officers for all they do for our communities. With all the challenges that we face daily, this meal was a way to express our thanks and appreciation of them for keeping our communities safe.
GUIDELINES TO PROTECT YOURSELF AND OTHERS AGAINST COVID-19
March 13, 2020
UPDATE ON CORONAVIRUS
March 9, 2020
NTACHC MOBILE FOOD PANTRY
March 4, 2020
NTACHC has partnered with Tarrant Area Food Bank (TAFB) to provide a mobile food pantry on Northside premises the 1st Wednesday of each month from 3-5:3pm to families in the community. TAFB distributes fresh and frozen food to hundreds of people through mobile pantries at no charge to families. For more information, please call 817-546-6504.
SENATOR CORNYN VISITS NORTH TEXAS COMMUNITY HEALTH CENTERS
February 19, 2020
Senator Cornyn visited the Northside Community Health Center to participate in a roundtable discussion with local medical professionals, advocates and local patients to discuss lowering prescription drug costs. Senator John Cornyn pictured with North Texas Area Community Health Centers Board Members (from left to right): Dr. Di Ann Sanchez, Rachel Arellano, Emerico Perez, and Glen Edney.