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Teche Action Clinic Edgard site temporarily closed

EDGARD– Due to the recent COVID-19 (coronavirus) pandemic, Teche Action Clinic is forced to temporarily close its Edgard site, but will provide services through telehealth or in-person at the Reserve Clinic located at 471 Central Ave., Reserve. Services are available Monday – Friday.

The Edgard Clinic phone lines remain operational to assist patients. To make a telehealth or in-person appointment for medical or behavioral health services, please continue to call (985) 497-8726 or the Reserve clinic at (985) 479-1315.

Teche Action Clinic is committed to serving patients in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic. The adjustment to the number of active clinic sites is to better serve the public and assist its operations in continuing to provide quality healthcare.

Teche Action Clinic is a private, not-for-profit, federally qualified health center, accredited by the Joint Commission as a Primary Care Medical Home. We are committed to providing comprehensive, safe quality healthcare to residents of St. Mary, Terrebonne, St. John, St. James, Lafourche and Assumption Parishes, and surrounding areas.

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