• Healthy habits
    Adopt healthy habits will help you age healthier

    In observation of National Healthy Aging Month in September, CommuniCare Health Centers would like to share with you 4 tips to help you stay healthy as you age. To a certain extent, your genes play a big role in how long you live and how healthy you are. But the truth is, the things you do - and don't do - in your daily life can help you stay healthy and active into your later years. Read more

  • Racing
    CommuniCare Racing

    CommuniCare Health Centers has sponsored racecar driver
    Dwain Groff and his 1934 Ford Coupe Racecar (# 14) to represent the CommuniCare brand in the Dwarf Car Racing Series of Texas (DCSRST). DCRST is an association of racecar drivers and fans alike who thrive on having the opportunity to race and watch racing sport at an affordable cost. Read more

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  • CommuniCare Health Centers Expanding into Wimberley
    CommuniCare Health Centers Expanding into Wimberley, Texas

    In an effort to expand healthcare access in the West corner of Hays County, CommuniCare Health Centers in partnership with Seton Medical Center Hays will be expanding into Wimberley, Texas in January 2015. The clinic will be located in the South River Center area and will offer pediatric medicine, family practice, OB/GYN and some specialty care services. Read more

  • Oral Health: Brush up on dental care basics
    Oral health: Brush up on dental care basics

    Think you know everything about proper brushing and flossing techniques? Understand the basics and what you can do to promote oral health.

    Your smile depends on simple dental care habits, such as brushing and flossing. But are you using the right techniques? Follow these steps to protect your oral health. Read more


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Joint Commission

CommuniCare Health Centers is accredited by the Joint Commission for delivering high quality and safe healthcare to patients. They are an independent, not-for-profit organization that is the nation's predominant standard setting and accrediting body in healthcare. Since 1951, the Joint Commission has maintained state-of-the-art standards that focus on improving the quality and safety of care provided by health care.