COVID-19 Update: If you or someone in your care has a temperature ≥ 100.4, a dry cough and believe it may be related to COVID-19, call your medical provider first about seeking medical attention. In the absence of a medical emergency, walk-in physician office and walk-in emergency room visits are not appropriate and may put others at risk. Calling ahead allows your medical provider to help you gain access to the most appropriate care in the fastest, safest way possible. For questions, Brazoria County Health Department has a COVID-19 question line open M-F 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. and Saturday 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. and can be reached at (979) 864-2167.  More information is available below on this webpage, along with, links to the CDC and Texas Department of Health Services COVID-19 websites.
Sweeny Community Hospital COVID-19 Vaccine Information >
Link to CDC: Coronavirus (COVID-19) Information >
Link to: Texas Department of State Health Services >

Adult Medicine

Adult Medicine is provided at both the Sweeny Community Hospital Clinic and the West Columbia Rural Health Clinic.  Health Care is a team effort, and you are the most important member of the team. When you play an active role in your health care, you can improve the quality of the care that you and your family receive. We will partner with you to manage or guide you through any acute or chronic disease process. We are also the experts in health promotion and disease prevention. 

Stay on top of your health and get regular checkups with a doctor or nurse. Find out which medical screening tests you may need this year. Adults also need to get shots (vaccines) just like kids do. Make sure you are up to date on your shots to protect yourself and those around you. Take charge of your health. Photos of the Docs and their teams to be sent by TLC.