Doctor Opens Free Medical Clinic at Pearland Neighorhood Center

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Doctor Opens Free Medical Clinic at Pearland Neighorhood Center

Patients with no insurance or low coverage can access free primary care treatment at a new charity clinic.

The Seva Clinic is open Thursday nights, 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. at the Pearland Neighborhood Center. No appointments needed.

The clinic was started by Dr. Periyanan Vaduganathan, or Dr. Nathan, a cardiologist at Memorial Hermann Hospital Southeast. 

 

Other doctors and nurses, plus non-medical volunteers, have agreed to work at the clinic to help provide care for patients in Pearland and beyond. 

Pearland Neighborhood Center is located at 2335 N. Texas Ave. 

The clinic may be reached at 281-942-7382. Messages are checked every 24 hours. 

Via Houston Chronicle


1 comment

  • Truc Nguyen

    Hello Dr. Periyanan Vaduganathan,

    My name is Truc Nguyen and I am one of the main principals at www.prosusinc.com. I would like to congratulate you and thank you for providing such a highly needed and free service for the community. I would like to help and provide professional IT services for your clinic at at 90% discount for all new servers, workstations, switches, routers, wireless access points and firewalls. The remaining 10% is not for us… We collect and provide that to the charitable organizations that donate.

    Please call me at 713.400.2098 or email me at truc.nguyen@prosusinc.com.

    -Truc Nguyen

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