Cornerstone Health Services          Lori Kennedy, Director                  

Cornerstone Charitable Clinic
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Cornerstone Charitable Clinic was established in 1998 to address the growing need for primary and preventative health care for the uninsured in Tarrant County and surrounding areas. The clinic provides free comprehensive medical care to uninsured adults. All clinic services are provided by licensed physicians and nurses who volunteer their time at the Cornerstone Clinic and are covered by liability insurance.

The clinic partners with Texas Health Resource and their Wellness for Life Mobile Unit that provides screenings for women’s health, and also with the University of Texas at Arlington and the UNT Health Sciences Center. Medical students and clinic staff provide a wide variety of services to patients including: primary medical care, specialty care in neurology, endocrinology, rheumatology, dermatology, radiology, gynecology, cardiology, and ophthalmology. Patients are seen by appointment only and must meet eligibility requirements. All services are available in English and Spanish. Click here to read about patient requirements.

Cornerstone Charitable Clinic believes in not only meeting immediate health needs but also in educating patients on how to take personal control of their health. Ongoing care and consultation is available for patients learning to live with high blood pressure, respiratory ailments, heart disease, and diabetes. Patients who may face chronic health issues may be referred for education, healthy cooking, or fitness classes available at Cornerstone. These wellness events are often open to community members who also want to live healthy lives. 
Cataract Clinic
The CAN Cataract Clinic is the nation's first free cataract facility for the uninsured. Volunteer physicians and ophthalmic staff have the ability to treat up to 10 patients per clinic day with the full support of Cornerstone's trained medical staff. The Cataract Clinic gives hope and provides solutions for patients with loss of vision and no ability to pay for sight-restoring procedures. Thanks to the generosity of Alcon Pharmaceuticals, the Clinic provides all necessary equipment and medications needed by physicians and patients.

Volunteer and Support Health Services

Volunteer opportunities exist for healthcare professionals, Spanish translators, and administrative staff. Contact the health services director at 817-632-6020 for information.
All licensed healthcare professionals are covered with free liability insurance. 
Tax deductible donations to health services can be made online by clicking here. Please note Charitable Clinic on your donation.