Through community outreach Texas Health Huguley seeks to establish meaningful partnerships with the faith community, educational institutions, legislative and appointed officials, the business and nonprofit sectors, community-based organizations (CBOs), and other groups to promote wellness and a healthier lifestyle for all community residents. Some of our Community Outreach initiatives include:
Texas Health Huguley offers a wide range of presentations, classes, support groups and screenings on a variety of health-related topics. Please check our Classes and Events.
Mobile Health Services Bus
Texas Health Huguley's Mobile Health Services Bus provides healthcare services throughout Southeast Tarrant and Johnson counties to those unable to access healthcare due to a lack of transportation or adequate financial resources. Services provided include vaccinations, screenings, physicals and minor illnesses.
View the schedule.
Texas Health Huguley reinforces its commitment to being a vibrant and viable member of the community by volunteering in the community, holding memberships in CBOs, supporting organizations and worthy causes through sponsorships, and participating in major events.
Texas Health Huguley participates in many local health fairs each year. Upon request from churches, schools, service agencies, businesses, and other CBOs the hospital provides free and low cost clinical screenings, distributes health literature, offers health education, conducts workshops, and makes referrals to its services and programs.
Texas Health Huguley has physicians, nurses, nutritionists, therapists, pharmacists, and other healthcare personnel that can speak to organizations in our local neighborhoods on a range of health topics.
For more information contact: (817) 568-5539
As a non-profit organization, Texas Health Huguley fulfills a mission of providing health care services for the benefit of the community. Community benefit programs or activities provide treatment and/or promote health and healing as a response to identified community needs.
View our 2017 Community Benefit Report
The 2016 Community Health Needs Assessment and Addendum for our primary service area utilized input from the community to determine health priorities and improvement projects.
Also available is the 2013 Community Health Needs Assessment.