Extend a compassionate hand of MERCY to our neighbors without health insurance, with limited resources and limited access to health care.
Mercy Clinic of Fort Worth continues to provide exemplary medical, dental and spiritual help and healing to families in need. In the next few months, as a result of your generosity, compassionate care is expanding to even more individuals, including an area with the lowest life expectancy in the state.
We have been on the frontlines of the COVID-19 pandemic by facilitating the testing of thousands of individuals as well as supporting the logistics for pop up vaccine clinics in the last year.
Our in-person clinics are in great demand. We are enrolling new patients at every clinic session. In addition to Tuesday and Thursday evenings, Monday evening clinics will be scheduled beginning in September.
We have hosted Pop Up health screening events, Back to School immunization events, and multiple vaccine clinics over the last few months. In October 2021, dental clinic hours will be increased allowing more individuals to find help at Mercy Clinic. Our service area is expanding to our neighbors in Historic Southside, Morningside, and Hillside while continuing our patient care outreach in Hemphill Heights and other nearby neighborhoods.
Each month, the number of prescriptions filled and the number diagnostic lab tests performed is increasing. The ability to offer these life saving services at no charge to the patient is because of your generous support.
Giving Day is your opportunity to extend MERCY to our community.
The Lowest Life Expectancy in Texas
On average, residents won't live to see their 67th birthday
Residents die 12 years younger than the national average
There are zero clinics or pharmacies in these three neighborhoods
Poor transportation and high cost keeps health care out of reach
*2019 UT Southwestern Study
"Mercy Clinic has been very good for my health. Because I am very happy with the services of the clinic, if it were not for the attention they give me here I would feel very bad because of my illness. I thank God for the church, the services and the staff."
"Mercy Clinic is a blessing for me. They take control of my illness, support me, give me comfort, pray for me. I value that as a person."
*translated from Spanish