Texas clinic offers free care after Harvey

Christ Clinic in Katy, Texas, is offering free medical services after Hurricane Harvey brought devastation to the area, according to a Houston Chronicle report.

The free medical services began Aug. 30 and will last throughout the duration of relief efforts, the report states.

"We're seeing anyone and waiving all fees," Lara Hamilton, clinic executive director, told the publication.

She added medical services have included filling prescriptions at the clinic pharmacy as well as wound care and tetanus shots.

According to the report, medications for the clinic were provided by Direct Relief, a humanitarian aid organization. The report notes Heart to Heart International relief group has also helped the clinic.

 

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