Our Services

We offer comprehensive quality care and services including:

  • Eligibility – Marketplace
  • Pediatrics
  • Adult Health Care
  • Women’s Health
  • Prenatal Care
  • Behavioral Health
  • Dentistry 
  • WIC
  • Pharmacy
  • Other Health Services

No insurance? No Problem!


Our Certified Application Counselors can help you determine if you qualify for insurance programs such as Medicaid, CHIP, CHIP Perinatal, or the Marketplace insurance plans during active enrollment periods. If you do not have insurance or do not qualify for insurance, we will determine what percentage of the actual clinic cost you will pay based on your income.


Health Insurance Marketplace: If you want to enroll, re-enroll or ask a counselor about the health insurance Marketplace, please send an email to All-Eligibility@lbucc.org. You will be contacted by one of our knowledgeable and friendly Certified Application Counselors.


More people than ever before will qualify for help paying for health insurance `coverage due to the American Rescue Plan Act of 2021.


For additional information about the Marketplace, including regular and special enrollment periods, please also visit https://www.healthcare.gov.

We believe that every child’s health care is a priority. Our dedicated, board certified Pediatricians and medical staff provide a wide range of medical services – from preventive care and physical exams, to chronic illness management.

We offer children the following services in our Pediatric program:

  • — Immunizations
  • — Early Childhood Development
  • — Well-Child Visits
  • — Acute Care
  • — Physical Exams
  • — Vision and Hearing Screening
  • — Chronic Disease Management (i.e. asthma, diabetes, etc.)
  • — Laboratory Services
  • — Health Education
  • — School Physicals

Adult Medicine physicians, Internists and medical staff focus on the prevention, diagnosis and treatment of adult diseases, including diabetes, hypertension (high blood pressure) and other chronic illnesses.

We provide adult patients with the following services in our Adult Clinic:

  • — Preventative Health Care
  • — Sick Care
  • — Chronic Disease Management
  • — Immunizations
  • — Laboratory Services
  • — Family Planning
  • — HIV Screening
  • — STD Counseling and Treatment
  • — Health Education

The Women’s Health program at LBU Community Clinic provides women of all ages with medical care and information to help manage their physical health.


Well Women Care:

  • — Well Woman Care / Check-ups
  • — Family Planning
  • — STD Testing and Treatment
  • — HIV Screening
  • — Breast and Cervical Cancer Screening
  • — Clinical Breast Exam
  • — Screening Mammograms
  • — Pap Smears


LBU Community Clinic promotes healthy infant deliveries by encouraging early prenatal care.
The prenatal program provides:

  • — Pregnancy Testing
  • — Prenatal Orientation / Education
  • — Routine Prenatal Care
  • — Sonograms
  • — Postpartum Care

The exceptional Behavioral Health team at LBU Community Clinic includes professional clinical social workers and counselors, and a psychiatrist. Behavioral Health services are provided to patients by referral through LBU Clinicians.


Behavioral Health services are offered to patients of all ages who can be assisted by out-patient counseling interventions and/or medication management.


These services include:


— Individual and family counseling

— Disease management counseling

— Diagnostic assessments

— Play therapy

— Medication management

LBU Community Clinic Dental program provides comprehensive dental care for children up to age 17. Our dental staff educates and helps young patients maintain a healthy mouth and treats dental decay.

We provide children with the following services:

  • — Cleanings/Fluoride
  • — Dental Exams
  • — X-rays
  • — Sealants
  • — Resin restorations or tooth-colored fillings
  • — Extractions
  • — The First Dental Home Visit

Appointments are made by telephone. Please call (214) 651-8693.

The Women, Infants and Children (WIC) program provides pregnant, postpartum women, and children up to age five with healthy foods at no cost. WIC also provides nutrition education and encourages healthy food choices.


All WIC services are free of charge, including individual services, nutrition education, breastfeeding counseling and group services.


WIC Clients are:

  • — Pregnant women
  • — Breastfeeding women
  • — Infants
  • — Families with children younger than 5 years old

WIC Clients receive:

  • — Healthy food
  • — Breastfeeding support
  • — Nutrition counseling and classes
  • — Recipes and cooking demonstrations

To contact the WIC program at LBU Community Clinic, please call (214) 761-0956.

Check the Locations page for WIC hours.

LBU Community Clinic has an onsite Pharmacy in west Dallas. Affordable over the counter and prescription medications are filled for registered patients.

We participate in several medication assistance programs in order to provide patients with low-cost prescription medication. Qualifying patients may obtain prescriptions through Pfizer Rx Pathways or other similar programs.

Patients may request information from our Pharmacy Staff about patient assistance programs and requirements to qualify for assistance.

Pharmacy Hours

Monday-Thursday: 9:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.

Friday: 9:00 a.m to 5:00 p.m.

The pharmacy refill telephone line is available to patients 24 hours a day. Refills by telephone should be available for pick-up in 2 business days. To request on-site refills, please call (214) 571-6144.

Program For Children With Persistent Asthma
Specialty Referrals

Our Registered Dietitian works with patients to understand the role food and nutrition plan in health conditions such as diabetes and heart disease. One-on-one sessions include menu planning, healthy eating, and lifestyle habits.

Our Optometrist provides comprehensive eye and vision care for adults and children, including the management of vision problems related to diabetes. LBU’s Optometrist also offers Diabetic Retinopathy screening.

Our Podiatrist provides diabetic foot care, foot infections, bunions, corns and calluses, heel pain and the treatment of nail conditions.

LBU’s Community Health Workers work to improve the health and wellness of children diagnosed with persistent asthma. Group education and support is offered through a series of four afternoon classes that include one-on-one visits with a doctor. Patients learn about disease self-management from the Promotora, the doctor and each other. This special program is available for clinic patients and family members.

LBU’s Clinicians provide referrals to specialists and other community resources as needed.


LBU’s Clinicians provide referrals to specialists and other community resources as needed.