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Welcome to the Agape Clinic! We are open and we look forward to serving you. In response to COVID-19, some of our procedures have changed. Please read the patient FAQ to learn more.
We are currently seeing medical patients by appointment only. Please call 972-707-7782 x 301 to schedule an appointment or to order medication refills. All visits are being done by telephone, so please do not come to the clinic unless instructed to do so by a provider.
Due to county restrictions, dental is only able to treat emergency patients at this time. If you are having severe pain or swelling, visit the clinic between the hours of 10 am and 1 pm Monday through Friday. Please remain in your vehicle until you receive instructions from a staff member. As a precaution, anyone entering the building must be screened for COVID-19 symptoms prior to entry.
If you have recently had a telehealth visit and would like to donate to support the work of the Agape Clinic, please click below. All donations are voluntary and will not impact the care you receive.
Frequently Asked Questions
Are you accepting new medical patients?
Yes! We are accepting new patients. Please call 972-707-7782 x 301 to make an appointment. We are currently scheduling appointments Monday – Friday 8:00 am to 3:00 pm.
Do I need an appointment to see a medical provider?
Yes. The Agape Clinic is seeing medical patients by appointment only. Please call 972-707-7782 x 301 to make an appointment.
Should I come to the clinic for my appointment?
No. Your provider will call your telephone at your scheduled appointment time and will complete the visit by phone.
I had an appointment scheduled with a specialty clinic. Will my appointment take place?
Patients with appointments for one of our specialty services are being contacted in advance with more information regarding upcoming visits.
I need medications. How can I get those?
We are doing contactless, curbside medication pickup. If we have the medication you need on site, your provider will instruct you to come to the clinic. Please enter through the main gate on Junius and remain in your vehicle. A staff member will assist you.
I need medications that the Clinic does not have and I cannot afford to buy them. What can I do?
Please let your provider know that you are concerned about affording your medications. AIDS Healthcare Foundation has generously provided us with grant funding to help our community members in need of prescription assistance.
I think I might have COVID-19. What should I do?
Please call the Clinic at 972-707-7782 x 301 to speak with a provider. Until you are able to speak with a provider, you should isolate in your home. Please do not visit the Clinic before speaking with a provider.
Frequently Asked Questions
Are you accepting new dental patients?
We are currently only able to see emergency dental patients. We will not be accepting new, non-emergency patients at this time.
Do I need an appointment to see a dentist?
If you are having severe pain or swelling, please come to the Clinic between 10 am and 1 pm Monday through Friday. You do not need an appointment if you are having a dental emergency. When you arrive at the Clinic, please stay in your vehicle until you get instructions from a staff member. In an abundance of caution, anyone entering the Clinic will be screened for COVID-19 before they are allowed entry.
I had a dental appointment scheduled. What will happen with my appointment?
Because of state and county restrictions, we are only able to see patients who are having a dental emergency. We will be rescheduling all other patients.