Community Care Network

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    1. Baylor Community Care at Worth Street
      4001 Worth Street
      Dallas, TX 75246
      214.828.1745
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    2. Baylor Community Care at Garland
      601 Clara Barton, Suite 180
      Garland, TX 75042
      469.800.2050
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    3. Baylor Community Care at Fort Worth
      1650 W. Magnolia Avenue, Suite 207
      Fort Worth, TX 76104
      817.912.8000
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    4. Baylor Community Care at Carrollton
      4325 Josey Lane, Suite 103
      Carrollton, TX 75010
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    5. Diabetes Health & Wellness Institute Family Health Center
      4500 Spring Avenue
      Dallas, TX 75210
      214.349.4325
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    6. CitySquare (formerly Central Dallas Ministries)
      2835 Grand Avenue
      Dallas, TX 75215
      214.821.8644
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    7. Irving Community Clinic
      1302 Lane Street, Suite 100
      Coppertree Medical Office Building
      Irving, TX 75061
      469.800.1000
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    8. Hope Clinic of Garland
      808 W. Avenue A
      Garland, TX 75043
      972.485.9292
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    9. Douglass Community Clinic
      801 E. Plano Parkway, Suite 140
      Plano, TX 75074
      469.800.6230
  • Baylor Community Care (BCC) is HTPN’s community medicine program which aims to improve access to care, provide more equitable care delivery, and produce improved health outcomes for underserved populations in North Texas. The BCC program consists of nine primary care clinics and innovative support programs targeting uninsured and underinsured patients, many following discharge from Baylor Health Care System hospitals. BCC utilizes a multidisciplinary team of physicians, nurse practitioners, registered nurses, social workers, and community health workers to operate the following programs:

    • A Chronic Disease Management program which provides education to patients with diabetes, heart failure, asthma, and COPD
    • A Behavioral Health program which offers counseling for patients struggling with depression and anxiety
    • A Pharmacy program that provides access to affordable prescription medications
    • A Specialty Care program which helps connect uninsured patients to specialty physicians and diagnostic testing
    • A Home Visit program which provides home-based primary care to home-bound patients
    • A Transitional Care program that navigates patients to BCC clinics following discharge from Baylor hospitals

    HTPN operates BCC clinics in Dallas, Garland, Irving, Ft. Worth, Plano, and Carrollton. Four of the eight BCC clinics are operated in collaboration with other community-based non-profit organizations.