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About the Conroe ISD Employee Health and Wellness Centers

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Conroe ISD employees and their dependents ages two years and older have access to two employee health and wellness center locations: Conroe ISD Employee Health and Wellness Center on the Oak Ridge Elementary campus and Memorial Hermann Medical Group (MHMG) Conroe.

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. These locations provide a convenient and affordable option for high-quality medical care. Our services include primary care, preventive care, physical exams, vaccinations, flu shots, and treatment for minor injuries. We also provide chronic disease management for conditions such as diabetes and hypertension.

The Conroe ISD Employee Health and Wellness Centers are staffed and operated by 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

Conroe ISD mapConroe ISD Employee Health and Wellness Center at Oak Ridge Elementary

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) or visit the "Schedule an Appointment" section below to book online. Scheduled appointments will take priority, although same-day appointments and walk-ins are welcome. We strongly encourage patients seeking a walk-in visit to call ahead to determine availability and promote a better experience for you at the clinic. It is especially important to make an appointment or call ahead during peak times such as cold and flu season, after school, and on Saturdays.

Walk-in patients for sick visits and acute care needs will be taken up to 45 minutes prior to closing time, or when the clinic reaches maximum capacity. Physicals, well-person, follow-up and chronic care visits should be scheduled in advance to allow sufficient time to complete the visit.

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

Conroe ISD mapMemorial Hermann Medical Group Conroe

690 South Loop 336 W. Suite 140
Conroe, TX 77304
Phone: (936) 270-6000
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To schedule an appointment, call (936) 270-6000 or visit the "Schedule an Appointment" section below to book online. When scheduling at this location, please make sure to identify yourself as a Conroe ISD employee or dependent. Please note that walk-in appointments and DOT physicals are not available at this location.

Hours of operation:

Monday - Thursday: 8 am to 5 pm
Friday: 8 am to 12 pm
Saturday: Closed

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In the event that you cannot make your appointment, please inform the clinic staff at least 30 minutes prior to your scheduled appointment time. Patients who no-show without informing the clinic staff affect the clinics’ abilities to see other patients, including sick patients who may need same day appointments.

Conroe ISD Employee Health and Wellness Center at Oak Ridge Elementary

Memorial Hermann Medical Group Conroe


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
  • Minor pain or strains
  • Wound care
  • Urinary tract infection 


Conroe ISD Employee Health and Wellness Center at Oak Ridge Elementary

Eric Munchrath, MSN, RN, FNP-C, LP

Eric Munchrath, MSN, RN, FNP-C, LP is a family nurse practitioner serving patients ages two years and older. A graduate of the University of Texas at Arlington and the University of Texas Health Science Center in Houston, Eric worked as a paramedic and an Emergency Room Nurse before becoming a family nurse practitioner.

In every role, Eric has enjoyed taking care of people of all ages. He sees patients for chronic disease management including hypertension and diabetes, as well as acute illnesses including sore throats, aches and sprains, among others.

With his experience in emergency medicine, Eric has unique training treating a variety of conditions. He enjoys creating an individualized plan of care for his patients and walking with them each step of the way. With a warm and personable demeanor, Eric makes sure his patients are comfortable with their plan of care. He takes the time to listen to each concern and wants to see each patient feeling their best. For him, the best part of practicing medicine is getting to help people.

In his spare time, Eric enjoys spending time with his family and exploring technology.

Andrea Scace, MSN, RN, FNP-BC

Andrea Scace, MSN, RN, FNP-BC, family nurse practitioner at the Memorial Hermann Medical Group, received her Bachelor’s of Science in Nursing at Indiana-Purdue University – Indianapolis and her Master’s of Science in Nursing at the University of Cincinnati.

Andrea sees patients ages two years and older with a variety of primary care needs, from acute illnesses such as cold and flu, to chronic diseases, and physical exams. Some of her clinical interests include health promotion, disease prevention and disease management. She strives to establish open communication and trust with her patients and encourage them throughout their wellness plan.

In her spare time, Andrea enjoys spending time with her family and being outdoors.

Memorial Hermann Medical Group Conroe

Nota Hunter, MD

Nota Hunter, M.D., received her bachelor’s degree from Hampton University, Virginia, and gained her medical degree from the University of Tennessee College of Medicine in Memphis. She completed her family practice residency at both George Washington University - Holy Cross in Maryland, and Hanover Family Practice Residency in Virginia. Dr. Hunter is board certified in family medicine by the American Board of Family Medicine.

Inspired at a young age by her grandmother to pursue medicine, Dr. Hunter embraces the continuity of care and wide variety of conditions she gets to see through practicing family medicine. In addition to the treatment of a variety of conditions, her clinical interests include preventive care and treatment of chronic conditions such as a diabetes and high cholesterol. Personable and easygoing, Dr. Hunter makes a point to create meaningful relationships with her patients in order to establish lines of trust and communication. Her patient-care philosophy is truly team focused, an approach she takes to ensure that she is able to work together with the patient to find an effective solution to any condition he or she may be facing.

Outside of the office, Dr. Hunter enjoys cooking, reading novels, watching movies and spending time with her family.


Would you like to save time at your visit? Complete the forms provided below and bring them in to either of the two locations.


Does it matter which location I choose?

No, you may schedule an appointment at the Conroe ISD Employee Health and Wellness Center on the Oak Ridge Elementary campus or Memorial Hermann Medical Group Conroe, whichever is more convenient for you.

What types of conditions do these two locations treat?

Both locations treat common illnesses and injuries such as cold, flu, sore throat, earache, sprains and sinus infection. They also provide chronic disease management for conditions such as diabetes and hypertension.

Can my family member go too?

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

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

Walk-in patients for sick visits and acute care needs will be taken up to 45 minutes prior to closing time at the Conroe ISD Employee Health and Wellness Center on the Oak Ridge Elementary campus only. 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.

Walk-in appointments are not available at MHMG Conroe.

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

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?

The cost is $10 for Conroe ISD Aetna medical plan members. For all other employees, the cost is $50. Please note, MHMG Conroe does not accept cash payments.

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

The Skinny On This Year’s Diet Trends: Ketogenic, Fasts, Gluten-Free

Which popular plans excel and which flop? We got the skinny on the diets’ effectiveness, speed, sustainability and healthiness from Chelsea Johnson, RD., LD, Outpatient and Bariatric Dietitian at Memorial Hermann Memorial City Medical Center.


SCOOP: Steak, sausage, cheese, baloney – and dropped pounds -- what’s not to like? The goal of a very high-fat, low-carbohydrates regimen is to starve the body of consumed carbs, forcing it to burn its own fat instead. 

INSIDER TIP: This diet gets its name from the buildup of acids known as ketones – a sign of crisis from a body struggling to compensate for missing nutrients. 

RESULTS SPEED: 1-2 days, and 10 pounds within the first month. 

LIFESPAN: Your foggy brain craves carbs for clarity. Weight loss stops, and, with it, any motivation. “When you go back to old habits, the weight comes back,” Johnson says. 

RISKS: High-fat intake stresses the liver and can spike cholesterol levels, while robbing the body of vital vitamins and minerals. 

GRADE: “I’d give it a D – for dangerous,” Johnson says. “If it didn’t work at first, I’d give it an F.”



SCOOP: Two approaches exist for this regimen. For one, you eat only within a six- to eight-hour window daily. The other lets you eat normally five days a week, with two days weekly of less than 500 calories each. 

INSIDER TIP: As with all diets, calories ingested and expended matter most. “Calorie reduction can make fasts work, not the timing of when you eat,” Johnson says. 

RESULTS SPEED: 1-2 weeks. 

LIFESPAN: Fasts are sustainable – if you eat moderately and healthily when you eat and don’t binge on non-fasting days. 

RISKS: Lack of food can cause dizziness, nausea and fatigue. Studies suggest fasts may slow metabolism and possibly harm your heart. 




SCOOP: Gluten, a protein in wheat, barley and rye, gives some people digestive issues, including colitis and celiac disease. 

INSIDER TIP: “Gluten-free isn’t always healthier,” Johnson says. “A cookie is a cookie. If you simply replace packaged foods with gluten-free versions, you won’t lose weight.” 

RESULTS SPEED: 2-4 weeks. “But it’s not the absent gluten that’s causing weight loss,” Johnson says. “If you cut out bread, pasta, cakes, cookies and sweets, you’re eating less.” 

LIFESPAN: If you have a gluten intolerance or allergy, you’ll feel better and be motivated to continue the diet, she says. 

RISKS: Foods rich in gluten also tout iron, vitamin B12 and zinc, so a dietician or doctor can help you get nutrients. 

GRADE: B. “If you don’t have a medical condition,” Johnson says, “dropping gluten isn’t necessary.”



SCOOP: This diet works from the ground up, with 90 percent of the menu being whole, natural and unprocessed fruits, veggies, beans, nuts and seeds. Carving away meat and dairy makes it almost the reverse of ketogenic regimens. You don’t have to be a vegetarian (no meat) or vegan (also no eggs or dairy) as long as 90 percent of your diet is plant-based, Johnson says. 

INSIDER TIP: “Gradual changes reap bigger results over time,” she says. So add 2-3 servings of veggies and fruits daily, while whittling meat to 1-2 servings weekly. And be honest with yourself: “Technically, French fries may be from a plant – potato – but they’re still fatty and caloric,” she says. 

RESULTS SPEED: A week or two. “But if you’re eating the same amount of calories, your weight will stay the same.” 

LIFESPAN:Since you’re adding rather than eliminating foods, you don’t feel as deprived, Johnson says. “You’ll also feel better, which makes it easier to sustain.” 

RISKS: “Check with your doctor,” she says. “If you completely avoid meat or dairy, you might have vitamin deficiencies.” 

GRADE:“If done correctly I’d give this one an A,” Johnson says.

For more health and wellness tips, visit Memorial Hermann EverydayWell.