Information About Primary Care Services

Establishing a relationship with a primary care doctor is an essential part of protecting the long-term health of you and your family. At Health Services of North Texas, our experienced providers offer important primary care services, including annual physicals, family immunizations, case management, prescription assistance, in-house lab testing, and many more. With convenient locations in Denton, Wylie, and Plano, as well as a sliding fee scale based on income, we are committed to making primary care accessible to all.

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Schedule an annual physical at Health Services of North Texas. We can provide an exam, on-site testing, and excellent preventive care recommendations.

Asthma is a chronic lung condition that occurs commonly in children and adults alike, and severe asthma can inflame the lungs and obstruct breathing.

Health Services of North Texas employs a skilled team of case managers who assess your health needs and create a personalized service plan for you.

Diabetic care management is available for newly diagnosed and high-risk patients for education, medical support, prescription assistance, and more.

Adults need immunizations, too. This is why we offer family immunizations for every age as recommended by the Center for Disease Control.

Cholesterol is needed to construct healthy cells within the blood, but too much bad cholesterol (called high cholesterol) could cause heart disease.

Hypertension, also known as chronic high blood pressure (HBP), can cause a wide range of damaging health issues, including kidney and heart disease.

Because having convenient testing is important for a diagnosis and proper medical care when you need it most, we have an in-house lab for testing.

Our office's own patient prescription assistance program (PAP) allows our physicians to help individuals acquire the medicine they need at a low cost.

We offer confidential testing for sexually transmitted infections (STI) and sexually transmitted diseases (STD) from urine, blood, and swab cultures.