tomagwa Updates DURING COVID-19

TOMAGWA continues to actively monitor the Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) situation in conjunction with local and federal health authorities and collaborating with our community hospital partners. In light of new information regarding confirmed cases of COVID-19 in one or more of TOMAGWA's service areas, TOMAGWA is advancing to a Level 3 status. We are no longer seeing patients onsite, but have moved to 100% telehealth services for patients.


TOMAGWA is vigilant about making sure those most at-risk and underserved are not "lost in the shuffle" during these trying times and left without proper healthcare that can exacerbate the current chronic illnesses or have COVID-19 cases in the community go unrecognized.


Check the CDC's website frequently for updates!

harris county updates screening

Testing sites are now open in Harris County! 


Use the online self-assessment tool by clicking here to see whether you may need further assessment or need to be tested for COVID-19.


Complete the online screening process. If you are identified as high-risk, you will be provided a unique identification number and instructions  about where to go for drive-thru testing. 


The site will only accept people with a unique identification code obtained through the screening process. People who simply show up to a site will not get tested and my run the risk of becoming infected with COVID-19.

only telehealth available

All TOMAGWA clinics will be closed for on-site visits and appointments will be moved to telehealth. 


Please call the following numbers for assistance:

  • Patient Access: (409) 234-1403
  • Medical: (409) 234 -4869

Tele salud ahora esta disponible ya que todas las clínicas de TOMAGWA estarán cerradas por motivo de la situacion en la comunidad. 


Por favor llame a los siguientes números para cualquier ayuda:

  • Acceso de pacientes: (409) 234-4869
  • Medico: (409) 234-1403

CDC.GOV RECOMMENDATION to wash hands often:

  • Wash your hands often with soap and water for at least 20 seconds - especially after you have been in a public place, or after blowing your nose, coughing, or sneezing
  • If soap and water are not readily available, use a hand sanitizer that contains at least 60% alcohol.  Cover all surfaces of your hands and rub them together until they feel dry
  • Avoid touching your eyes, nose and mouth with unwashed hands

Click here for more recommendations for the CDC

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