To schedule an appointment at the Family Care Center, please call 903-572-2957
TRMC is proud to announce a new patient care option available through the newly established Family Care Center, located in the same building as the Women's Care Center, in the office spaces on the south side.
Dixie Robinson RN, FNP-C is now seeing patients at the Family Care Center and offers appointments for patients of all ages.
The Family Care Center accepts most insurances, Medicaid, Medicare and worker's compensation, as well as walk-ins.
Monday-Friday: 8 a.m.-12 noon and 1 p.m.- 5 p.m.
Closed on weekends and holidays
The hospital board recently unanimously approved a building project associated with the 1115 Waiver Project. The 1115 Waiver is an integral part of health care reform initiatives to improve and reduce the cost of health care without compromising quality. Through collaborative efforts and a community health needs assessment, Titus Regional Medical Center has identified several critical projects designed to meet the needs and criteria of the 1115 Waiver, including expanding access to primary and specialty care, resulting in access to potentially $9 million of federal dollars. The hospital approved the Family Care Center Southside Location Project, including the purchase of the land and building on the north side of Herschel’s Restaurant. Demolition of the previous building in that location has occured and the subsequent building of a two-story facility is slated for early Spring construction. The new Family Care Center will include a moderate complexity laboratory, x-ray equipment, ultrasound and EKG, as well as multiple provider examination rooms and support space.
According to CEO Ron Davis, “this project is exactly what the 1115 Waiver Project expects to accomplish – providing a more cost-efficient delivery of care to the communities we serve. The south side of town lacks any family or urgent care providers and those individuals are often seen in the emergency department, which is very costly. The Family Care Center would use mid-level extenders, such as nurse practitioners and physician assistants, to help reduce the cost of care while improving patient outcomes.”