Maverick County Hospital District (MCHD) held a ribbon cutting ceremony for its newly-remodeled Primary Care Clinic offices on Friday, September 13.
Chief Executive Officer Alma Martinez welcomed all in attendance and emphasized the importance of primary medical care in our region.
“Today marks a very important time for our organization,” said Martinez. “Today, by expanding our Primary Carey Clinic area, we take another step to providing high-quality primary medical services to our community and region.”
Maverick County Hospital District Board of Trustees Juan Manuel Farias and Adolfo Olivares were present and elaborated on the importance of expanding medical services to our region.
“We’re honored to be providing this type of health services to our community,” commented Farias. “Health services must keep pace with the growth of our community and this type of primary care we are providing to you will be very beneficial to the entire region.”
“We continue working together to provide the needed medical services to our residents,” spoke Olivares. “We are committed to our District’s mission statement and look forward to continuing our medical expansion for everyone’s benefit.”
Maverick County Hospital District’s Board and Eagle Pass Chamber of Commerce proceeded to hold a ribbon cutting ceremony for the newly remodeled Primary Care services area.
For more information regarding the new medical area, please call (830) 757-4900 or (830) 757-4901.