Frequently Asked Questions
San José Clinic provides care to individuals who live within Harris County as well as surrounding counties, servicing more than 200 zip codes.
San José Clinic patients are asked to make a contribution to their care, based on a sliding scale determined by Federal Poverty Guidelines, which account for family size and income.
Medical: Once an individual is determined as eligible for medical services, he or she can be seen by appointment. A contribution to care for medical services includes the doctor visit, medications, and most lab work. Prescription refills and follow-up lab work are paid separately.
Dental: Dental services include preventative, restorative, limited prosthodontics and limited oral surgery procedures. Appointments are made for eligible persons based on availability. A patient makes a contribution to care per procedure, which is based on a sliding scale.
How do I make a doctor's appointment?
Call (713) 228-9411 to make an appointment. San José Clinic’s Scheduling Department is available Monday through Friday from 8:00 am to 5:00 pm.
Medical Department: (713) 462-0535
Perhaps. Please visit our eligibility page to see what to bring on your first visit.
Appointments are for individuals who have current eligibility. If you have a scheduled appointment and your eligibility has expired, please reapply for services prior to the time of your appointment or call to cancel your appointment.
Wait times vary according to specialty. Please call (713) 228-9411 for more information.