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About the Conroe ISD Employee Health and Wellness Center

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At the Conroe ISD Employee Health and Wellness Center, we provide high-quality healthcare services to employees and their dependents, ages 2 and older. 

The health and well-being of employees and their families is a priority and we understand that busy schedules can make it difficult to schedule care. The center provides a convenient and affordable option for medical care. Our services include primary care, preventive care, physical exams, vaccinations, flu shots, and minor injuries. We also provide chronic disease management for conditions such as diabetes and hypertension.

The Conroe ISD Employee Health and Wellness Center is staffed and operated by Memorial Hermann Medical Group (MHMG), a part of the Memorial Hermann Health System, one of the most trusted health systems in the nation.

MHMG maintains the privacy and confidentiality of your personal health information in compliance with all state and federal laws. Personal health information will not be shared with Conroe ISD.

We look forward to providing you with high-quality primary and preventive care services.

Clinic Information

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19675 I-45 South, Suite 100
Conroe, TX 77385
Phone: (281) 465-2873 (CURE) 
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To schedule an appointment, call (281) 465-2873 (CURE). Scheduled appointments will take priority, although same-day appointments and walk-ins are welcome.

Walk-in patients for sick visits and acute care needs will be taken up to 45 minutes prior to closing time. Physicals, well-person, follow-up and chronic care visits should be scheduled in advance to allow sufficient time to complete the visit and promote a better patient experience.

Holiday Closings:

  • New Year’s Day
  • Memorial Day
  • Independence Day
  • Labor Day
  • Thanksgiving Day
  • Day After Thanksgiving
  • Christmas Eve
  • Christmas Day
  • New Year's Eve

Hours of operation:

Monday: 8 am to 5 pm
Tuesday/Wednesday/Thursday: 10 am to 6 pm
Friday/Saturday: 8 am to 12 pm
Sunday: Closed

Summer hours of operation (June 5 – August 6, 2017):

Monday/Tuesday/Thursday: 8 am to 5 pm
Wednesday: 10 am to 6 pm
Friday/Saturday: 8 am to 12 pm
Sunday: Closed

Services

The center is staffed by licensed nurse practitioners who diagnose and treat a wide array of conditions.

Common Illnesses and Injuries Treated: 

  • Allergies and asthma
  • Cold, flu and fever
  • Cough and sore throat
  • Earache and eye infection
  • Nausea, heartburn, vomiting and diarrhea
  • Rash and other skin irritations
  • Respiratory infection
  • Sinus infection
  • Urinary tract infection 

Providers

  • Divina Gato, M.S.N., RN, FNP-C, Family Nurse Practitioner

Forms

Would you like to save time at your visit? Complete the forms provided below.

FAQs

What types of conditions does the Conroe ISD Employee Health and Wellness Center treat?

The Conroe ISD Employee Health and Wellness Center treats common illnesses and injuries like cold, flu, cough, sore throat, earache and sinus infection. The center also provides chronic disease management for conditions such as diabetes and hypertension.

Can my family member go too?

Yes. Dependents ages two years and up who are enrolled in the CISD medical plan may also be treated at the center.

What is the walk-in policy for the Conroe ISD Employee Health and Wellness Center?

Walk-in patients for sick visits and acute care needs will be taken up to 45 minutes prior to closing time. Physicals, well-person, follow-up and chronic care visits should be scheduled in advance to allow sufficient time to complete the visit and promote a better patient experience.

What are the benefits of going to the Conroe ISD Employee Health and Wellness Center?

You will enjoy convenient access to high-quality primary care services and also save time as most patients are seen within 30 minutes or less.

What is the cost to be treated at the Conroe ISD Employee Health and Wellness Center?

The cost is $10 for Conroe ISD Aetna medical plan members. For all other employees, the cost is $50. Due to federal regulations, the center cannot treat individuals enrolled in Medicare Part B, Medicare Part D, or Medicaid.

What if I need to see a specialist for my health problem?

If you need more advanced care or testing, our experienced providers will help you arrange additional services, using specialists and other providers in your health plan. However, a referral can only be submitted to the insurance company if you have designated the Conroe ISD Employee Health and Wellness Center as your Primary Care Provider (the Aetna provider ID is 4399474).

What medical facility can I go to if additional care is needed?

You can use any medical facility or doctor in your insurance network.

Wellness Article

Women & Heart Disease: Take Steps Now to Reduce Your Risk

Although heart disease is often thought of as “a man’s problem,” the reality is that all women are at risk for heart disease. In a survey by the American Heart Association, women worry more about getting breast cancer, even though heart disease kills six times as many women every year. Women of all ages must protect their heart health and understand the signs and symptoms of heart disease. Learn the risk factors and take steps to prevent heart disease. Here are some facts and tips from the experts that will do your heart good.

What is Coronary Heart Disease?

“Coronary heart disease, also called coronary artery disease, occurs when plaque builds up on the inner walls of the coronary arteries,” says David Portugal, M.D., medical director of the catheterization lab at Memorial Hermann Heart & Vascular Institute—Southwest. “The arteries are important because they carry oxygen-rich blood to the heart. Problems occur when the plaque hardens, causing the coronary arteries to narrow, thus reducing the flow of oxygen-rich blood to the heart. It may result in chest pain or discomfort.”

Plaque is composed of fat, cholesterol, calcium and other substances found in the blood. If plaque ruptures, a blood clot can form on its surface. A large blood clot can block the blood flow through a coronary artery. This is the most common cause of heart attacks in both men and women.

Risk Factors You Can’t Control

Age
For women, age becomes a risk factor at 55. At menopause, ovaries stop making estrogen, increasing a woman’s risk of plaque buildup in the arteries.

Family history
Women with a father or brother who developed heart disease before age 55 are at higher risk. Women with a mother or sister who developed heart disease before age 65 are also at higher risk.

Risk Factors You Can Control

There are lifestyle changes a woman can make at any age to reduce her risk of heart disease.

  • Follow a heart-healthy diet low in saturated fat, cholesterol and salt.
  • Get regular exercise daily.
  • Don’t smoke.

“Although in general, women tend to develop heart disease about 10 years later than men, this does not hold true for women with diabetes or women with a significant family history of early heart disease,” says Susan Laing, M.D., UTHealth cardiovascular disease specialist affiliated with Memorial Hermann Heart & Vascular Institute-Texas Medical Center. “In these women, we see heart disease much earlier. Also after menopause, women catch up with men with regards to the likelihood of getting heart disease.”

While traditional risk factors, such as high blood pressure and obesity, apply to both men and women, some risk factors have a stronger impact in the development of heart disease in women.

  • Diabetes increases the risk of heart disease significantly more in women than in men.
  • Metabolic syndrome (a combination of fat around the abdomen, high blood pressure, high blood sugar and high triglycerides) has a greater impact on women than men.
  • Mental stress and depression affect women’s hearts more than men’s.
  • Smoking is a greater risk factor for women than for men.
  • Pregnancy complications can increase a woman’s long-term risk of high blood pressure and diabetes and can increase the risk of development of heart disease in both the mother and her children.

According to the American Heart Association, 80 percent of cardiac and stroke events may be prevented with education and action. Don’t forget to make your heart health a priority. Schedule your annual checkup to measure blood pressure, check cholesterol and look for signs of heart disease, stroke and other illnesses.

For more wellness tips, visit the Memorial Hermann Everyday Well blog.