Woven Health Clinic is committed to providing high-quality healthcare through the implementation of evidence-based care practices. Our approach revolves around integrating the latest research findings and clinical expertise into the decision-making process for patient care. By relying on evidence-based guidelines and protocols, our healthcare professionals ensure that the treatments and interventions offered to patients are supported by scientific evidence, leading to better outcomes and patient satisfaction. This approach allows Woven Health Clinic to stay at the forefront of medical advancements and consistently deliver effective, personalized, and cutting-edge healthcare to our valued patients.
The Clinic was founded in 1992 and incorporated in 1993 as On Eagles Wings by two local churches, Webb Chapel United Methodist Church and Chapel Hill United Methodist Church, who saw an urgent need for healthcare for the underprivileged in the community. At the outset, the Clinic was open one night a week and some weekends with an all-volunteer medical staff. In 1995, Metrocrest Hospital Authority helped secure a rent-free location at Dallas Medical Center for the Clinic.
In 2003, the Clinic joined Dallas County Medical Society Project Access. Project Access funding allowed the Clinic to hire some paid staff, including a nurse, family practice physician, and medical assistants. The Clinic changed its name to Metrocrest Family Medical Clinic and added volunteer specialists in Dermatology, Gynecology, and Neurology.
In 2011, the Clinic expanded funding to include the Cities of Carrollton, Farmers Branch, Addison and Coppell and additional resources from HCA. The Clinic expanded its hours to become a full-time operation, Monday through Friday, with a full-time internal medicine physician. The name was changed to Metrocrest Community Clinic and its focus became primary care.
In 2016, the Clinic received new grant funding from Metrocrest Hospital Authority, Dallas Women’s Foundation, and the American Heart Association. The Clinic focused its resources on Chronic Disease Management, Disease Prevention, and Women’s Health. The Clinic added a nutritionist and a behavioral specialist, and formalized a partnership with the University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center for Behavioral and Mental Health.
In 2017, the Clinic focuses on Chronic Disease Management, Disease Prevention, Women’s Health, and becoming a Patient-Centered Medical Home. The Clinic added a part-time Nurse Practitioner for Primary Care and Gynecologist. The Clinic is weaving together comprehensive, prevention-focused healthcare, both physical and mental, to treat the entire person. The Clinic has changed its name to Woven Health Clinic out of a belief that the healthcare services it provides are woven inextricably into the fabric of the communities it serves.
Healthy Lives, Healthy Communities
We build healthy lives, leading to healthier, happier communities. We envision a physically and mentally healthy community with access for everyone to integrated, comprehensive, affordable, quality care.
To provide affordable, quality, patient-centric healthcare focused on wellness and preventing disease to those uninsured or underinsured.
- Our patients are our priority.
- We act with integrity.
- We treat our patients with compassion and respect.
- We embrace innovation and diversity.
- We are affordable and inclusive.
- We are responsive to the needs of our patients and community.