Martha's Clinic is a student-founded and student-run free health clinic for the homeless and indigent population of Temple, Texas, and surrounding Bell County.

Hours

  • Every Thursday: 6-8 p.m.

Mission

  • Provide basic health care to the homeless
  • Establish a setting for medical education
  • Prevent the spread of infectious diseases
  • Provide education and preventative health maintenance
  • Limit the financial burden on area hospitals

Donations

We accept donations of medicine, medical equipment, toys, time and money. Contact a board member or send items to the clinic address.

Our Future At Martha's Health Clinic

Martha's Clinic has an incredible potential for growth and development. An expansion of facilities, hours of operation, and number of patients treated only requires an expansion of student participation. The Texas A&M College of Medicine is one of a few medical schools in the country that can provide this type of opportunity. Students who become involved with Martha's Health Clinic have a level of experience and ability that sets them apart from their peers. Working at Martha's offers students an opportunity to lead, to innovate, and most importantly, to practice medicine.

The student board members at Martha's Health Clinic welcome your questions, comments and ideas about our student-run clinic. Correspondence and materials may be sent directly to Martha's Clinic at the address below. We welcome your feedback.

Main contact

Martha's Health Clinic
1402 W. Avenue H
Temple, TX 76504