Due to the pandemic, AccelHealth is experiencing staff shortages. Please be patient with us as we are doing our best to accommodate everyone’s medical needs. Therefore, in order to continue providing care to our existing patients, our clinics are unable to accept new medical patients as of November 17, 2020. Please reach out to us in January 2021 to schedule your new medical patient appointment. Established patients will continue to be scheduled accordingly. Dental and Behavioral/Mental Health departments will continue to schedule new patient appointments.
Affordable, Professional Medical, Dental, and Behavioral Healthcare for All
AccelHealth is a Federally Qualified Health Center (FQHC) that receives federal funding, allowing us to provide discounted healthcare services to income eligible patients. We are a Federal Tort Claims Act (FTCA) Deemed facility, accredited by The Joint Commission.
With clinic locations in Brownwood, De Leon and Stephenville, we provide quality medical, dental, behavioral health and other services to communities in Brown, Comanche, Erath, Eastland, Mills and surrounding counties in the state of Texas.
Accepting CHIP (Children’s Health Insurance Program), Medicaid, Medicare, Private Insurance, and we offer Sliding Fee Discounts (based on income & family size).
Notice and Compliance Requirements Concerning
COVID-19 Minimum Standards of Safe Practice
(i) All physicians providing patient care or engaging in an in person patient encounter, must implement the following minimum COVID-19 standards of safe practice.
(I) a mask must be worn by both the patient and physician or
the physician’s delegate when in proximity of the patient
(meaning less than a 6-foot distance between the patient and
the physician or the physician’s delegate);
(II) follow policies the physician, medical and healthcare
practice, or facility has in place regarding COVID-19
screening and testing and/or screening patients;
(III) that, before any encounter, patients must be screened for
potential symptoms of COVID-19 or verified previously
screened within last 20 days; and
(IV) that prior to care involving a medical procedure or
surgery on the mucous membranes, including the respiratory
tract, with a high risk of aerosol transmission, the minimum
safety equipment used by a physician or physician’s delegate
should include N95 masks, or an equivalent protection from
aerosolized particles, and face shields.