Houston area's leading non-profit
breast cancer organization providing mammogram screening, diagnosis,
early access to treatment, and support to all women regardless of their
ability to pay. The Rose Organization has provided approximately
fifty mammogram screenings for our community during 2006 and 2007.
The mission of our partners is to
improve the quality and value of healthcare delivered to our
communities. Kelsey-Seybold has delivered this to us by providing world
class physicians as volunteers.
Children's Defense Fund
CDF-Texas raises awareness about the condition of Texas children,
connects children and families to programs and services that help meet
their needs, and works with community partners statewide, to formulate
policy solutions and broad-based support for legislative action on
behalf of children.
Nordisk offers a comprehensive line of human insulin and insulin analog
products. Novo Nordisk created the world's first insulin pen device, and
now they are a world leader in production and distribution of these
revolutionary insulin delivery systems.
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They have generously donated all their
products to our patients at Shifa Clinic.
to Care is a
501(c)(3) collaborative comprised of over 165 public and private safety
net health systems, coalitions, advocacy groups and social service
providers working together to assist the approximately 2.2 million
medically indigent residents in the Greater Houston Area in receiving
medical care at the most appropriate setting. http://www.gatewaytocare.org
Health Outreach Services (ECHOS)
is a non-profit 501.c.3 organization located in Southwest Houston. Our
mission is to aid those in need of free or low cost medical and social
services access those services that are available. ECHOS's doors are
open to all in need, regardless of place of current residence, country
of origin, ethnicity or immigration status.
Clinic is a professionally
staffed and full-time Federally Qualified Community Health Center
–Look-Alike providing culturally and linguistically appropriate health
services to Houston’s different ethnic groups regardless of ability to
pay. In particular HOPE Clinic serves the uninsured, underinsured,
those with limited English proficiency, and the low-income. To meet
the unique needs of this population, the Clinic offers services in
Chinese, Vietnamese, Korean and Spanish.