Primary care services are for maintaining good health with regular health check-ups. Primary care includes health counseling and education, diagnosis, and treatment of acute health conditions, support for managing routine health screenings and exams, and long-term healthcare needs, including chronic health conditions.
Our diabetes care plans help diabetics manage diabetes in their day-to-day lives. These plans are helpful, as diabetes is a long-term condition that often requires a person to change their diet, lifestyle, and daily routines.
We’ll help you keep your asthma and/or allergies under control with a care plan.
Services are for maintaining good health with regular check-ups for women. Women’s Wellness includes adolescent gynecology, breast exams, pelvic exam/PAP smears, and evaluation of past PAP results.
Children and adolescents are treated by our pediatricians and Family Nurse
Practitioners who provide care, sick visits, school physicals, and medication
Treatment of Chronic Medical Conditions
Our Family Nurse Practitioners provide quality medical care for adults with
chronic conditions such as diabetes, hypertension, high cholesterol, asthma/allergies, arthritis, and thyroid health issues.
Your medication to maintain good health is important. We will help you get free or low-cost brand-name medications.
Our licensed counselor provides emotional support and assists with identifying and practicing healthy ways of dealing with some of life’s biggest challenges. Services are free to our patients.
Certain Chronic Health care needs and the overall patient’s well-being may be addressed
Step 1: Do You Qualify?
Resident of Collin County
CHC serves the uninsured residents of Collin County.
CHC provides non-urgent, primary healthcare to the uninsured. Patient may not be covered by other health insurance or medical assistance program.
Within Income Guidelines
Household income of less than: 200% of the Federal Poverty Level Guidelines.
Step 2: First-Time Patients
Become a Patient
Please call (972) 547-0606 to schedule an enrollment appointment to verify the qualifications.
Prospective patients must bring the following documents listed below.
Future medical appointments will only be provided after receiving all required documentation.
Enrollment appointments for new patients every Wednesday from 8:30 AM to 1:00 PM.
Step 3: Prepare Your Documentation
You will need to bring ALL the following documents to Admissions.
Proof of Address
Please provide the following documents:
- Driver’s license or valid issued photo ID
- Current residential utility bill with patient name or rental/lease agreement with patient name and current address
Proof of Income
Please provide one or more of the following documents:
- Two recent pay stubs
- Income tax return from the most current year
- Proof of child support
- Social Security benefits
- Unemployment benefits
- Disability benefits
- Worker’s compensation
- Welfare assistance
- Commissions, fees, and tips
- Government-funded housing
- Food Stamps
- Letter from employer
For questions regarding this process or what to bring, please contact us.
Preparing For Your Appointment:
What You Need to Know
Think about what you would like to discuss with your doctor. Is there anything concerning you would like to discuss with your doctor? Have you thought about getting a flu shot? Are you concerned about how your condition will affect your daily life? Organize your thoughts and ask about the most important matters first if you have more than a few items to discuss. Don't wait until the end of your appointment to bring up the things that are really bothering you -- bring them up right away.
A list of your medicines
Prepare a list of the medicines you are currently taking.
Family Medical History
A family medical history is a record of all the diseases and health conditions in a family. Genetic factors influence your health.
Your Medical History
Have you been admitted to a hospital in the last year or earlier?