Get Well Clinic's new Humble location offers pediatric care

Get Well Clinic's new location in Humble offers pediatric and family medicine in addition to flu shots, vaccines and physicals. (Courtesy Adobe Stock)
Get Well Clinic's new location in Humble offers pediatric and family medicine in addition to flu shots, vaccines and physicals. (Courtesy Adobe Stock)

Get Well Clinic's new location in Humble offers pediatric and family medicine in addition to flu shots, vaccines and physicals. (Courtesy Adobe Stock)

Medical provider Get Well Clinic celebrated the grand opening of its new location on June 15 at 19020 W. Lake Houston Parkway, Humble.

According to Jouvonna Gray, Get Well Clinic family nurse practitioner, each of the practice’s three locations in Humble are equipped to deal with minor medical emergencies, but they also separately offer different areas of specialized care. Gray noted the new Humble location focuses on family and pediatric health.


“We provide care for the entire family, from newborns to seniors, so you can have one medical home for your entire family,” Gray said. “Our pediatric providers specialize in medical care from newborns to adolescents. If your child needs his or her scheduled vaccines, is sick, or needs a health examination, our pediatricians are committed to helping your child stay healthy and feel better.”

Gray noted the practice's second location—1420 FM 1960 Bypass Road E., Humble—specializes in medical weight loss, while the third location—11411 Beltway 8, Humble—offers annual women’s health services.

Get Well Clinic offers a number of additional services, including wellness checks, behavioral health, treatment for chronic conditions, COVID-19 care, fevers and sick visits, sports physicals, vaccinations and telemedicine. 281-812-3736. www.facebook.com/getwellclinichumble


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