ABILENE, Texas - The Mercy Health Care Center began its monthly clinics Saturday.
Some services they offer include well woman exams, follow ups for participants in the Healthy Texas Women Program, birth control consults and refills.
STD testing is free of charge, and no appointment is needed.
"We're hoping that being open on a Saturday we can hit some of the people that are not available to come during the weekdays,” said Melissa Longoria with Mercy Health Care Center. “Some people work or they’re busy during the weekdays and it’s just hard to get away. So, we're hoping that one Saturday a month we'll be able to open it up for those that can't come"
You can also get a flu shot on a walk-in basis for $25.
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