Bryan, TX – St. Joseph Health recently signed an agreement
with the City of College Station to open a non-urgent care health clinic for about 1,700 city employees, dependents over the age of 5, and retirees enrolled in the city’s group insurance plans.
Located in the St. Joseph Health South College Station Medical Office Building at 2803 Earl Rudder Freeway, the City of College Station Employee Health Clinic is scheduled to open this fall. Clinic staff will include an advanced practice clinician, a licensed vocational nurse, a certified nurse assistant/medical assistant, and an office assistant.
In addition to offering non-urgent care, the clinic will also offer occupational medicine services and treatment for on-the-job injuries. The proposed clinic hours are 7:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m. on weekdays.
The agreement represents an expansion of St. Joseph Health’s Employee Health services, which launched a similar partnership four years ago with the City of Bryan. Earlier this year, that clinic expanded and relocated to 2308 E. Villa Maria, Suite 100 in Bryan, creating a single location that also serves Bryan ISD employees and their families.
Across both clinics, St. Joseph Health will provide care for as many as 6,000 local city and school district employees.
About St. Joseph Health
Established in 1936, St. Joseph Health is a faith-based, not-for-profit health system committed to excellence and compassion in caring for the mind, body and spirit while creating healthier communities. St. Joseph Health is comprised of five hospital facilities across the Brazos Valley, including Regional Hospital, the region’s highest level trauma center. St. Joseph Medical Group operates more than a dozen primary and specialty care clinics around the region, offering expert care, closer to home. St. Joseph Health is a part of Catholic Health Initiatives (CHI), one of the nation’s largest health systems. For more information, visit CHIStjoseph.org.
Headquartered in Englewood, Colorado, CHI operates in 19 states and comprises more than 103 hospitals, including four academic medical centers and teaching hospitals; 30 critical-access facilities; community health services organizations; accredited nursing colleges; home health agencies; and other services that span the inpatient and outpatient continuum of care. For more information, visit CatholicHealthInitiatives.org.