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MISD Staff Clinic

The Mansfield ISD Staff Clinic is a low-cost, convenient health clinic for district employees, spouses and dependents. The clinic opened its doors for service to employees, spouses and dependents on Monday, February 17, 2014.

About the Staff Clinic

Address: 252 Matlock Rd., Suite #130, Mansfield, TX 76063
Phone: 817-453-8620
Fax: 817-473-7186

The MISD staff clinic, located inside Methodist Family Health Center, is a walk-in clinic meaning employees do not schedule specific appointment times. When employees visit the clinic, the staff clinic personnel will inform them of what time they will be seen by a provider, based on the number of patients to be seen that day.

Employees then have the option to wait at the clinic to be seen by a provider or return to the clinic at the time designated by the staff clinic personnel.

Occasionally, due to medical personnel availability, there are some days in which not all employees desiring to be seen will be able to visit a medical provider that same day.

Hours of Operation

Monday - Friday | Noon - 7:30 p.m.
Offices are closed daily from 3:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m.
(NOTE: Hours are subject to change with limited notice. It is always a good idea to call ahead before visiting the clinic -- especially during district holidays.)

Holiday Schedule:
The clinic is closed on the following holidays, but for other district holidays you may want to check ahead for modified hours:

  • Memorial Day
  • Fourth of July
  • Labor Day
  • Thanksgiving Day
  • Christmas Day
  • New Year's Day

Office Personnel

  • Tzietal Davidson, PA-C Physician Assistant
  • Ana Hernandez & Kayla Houston, Medical Assistant/Patient Representative;
  • Melissa Gonzalez, CMOM, Office Manager

FAQs

If you have a Staff Clinic question not answered in the FAQ section below, please contact Tracey Patton at 817-299-6340 or send it to staffclinic@misdmail.org.

Who can visit the clinic?

Employees, their spouses and dependent children are eligible to visit the MISD Staff Clinic. Employees are required to register their family members ahead of time to be served by the clinic. Spouse and dependent children include:

  • Your spouse (including a common law spouse)
  • A child under the age of 26, who is one of the following:
    • A natural child An adopted child or a child who is lawfully placed for legal adoption
    • A stepchild
    • A foster child
    • A child under the legal guardianship of the employee
    • “Any other child” under the age of 26 (unmarried) in a regular parent-child relationship with the employee (other than a child described in the category immediately above), meeting ALL four of the following requirements:
      1. The child’s primary residence is the household of the employee;
      2. The employee provides at least 50% of the child’s support;
      3. Neither of the child’s natural parents resides in that household; and
      4. The employee has the legal right to make decisions regarding the child’s medical care.
  • A grandchild under age 26 whose primary residence is the household of the employee and who is a dependent of the employee for federal income tax purposes for the reporting year in which coverage of the grandchild is in effect.

Non-eligible workers include the following:

  • Substitutes
  • On-Call workers
  • Tutors
  • Contracted Services
  • Independent Contractors
  • Lifeguards
  • Retirees

How do I sign up to use the clinic?

During open enrollment (typically in July) or you will need to contact the Benefits Department at 817-299-6356.

Where is the clinic located?

The clinic is located in Professional Building II of the Methodist Mansfield Medical Center Campus on the corner of Matlock and Hospital Drive (252 Matlock Rd., Suite #130, Mansfield, TX 76063).

What are the clinic hours?

The clinic is typically open Monday through Friday from noon to 7:30 p.m. with the exception of the following major holidays.

  • New Year’s Day
  • Memorial Day
  • Fourth of July
  • Labor Day
  • Thanksgiving Day
  • Christmas Day

Will the clinic take appointments or accept walk-ins?

The MISD staff clinic is a walk-in clinic, meaning employees do not schedule specific appointment times. When employees visit the clinic, the staff clinic personnel will inform them of what time they will be seen by a provider, based on the number of patients to be seen that day.

Employees then have the option to wait at the clinic to be seen by a provider or return to the clinic at the time designated by the staff clinic personnel.

Occasionally, due to medical personnel availability, there are some days in which not all employees desiring to be seen will be able to visit a medical provider that same day.

Can other adults bring employee dependent children to the clinic?

Yes, but adults must register and sign this form authorizing them to bring the child in for medical service. Additionally, adults must be over the age of 18. They will be required to make payment at the time of service and make any medical-related decisions on the employee's behalf during the visit.

Designation of Another Person to Consent for Medical Care

What does it cost to visit the clinic? Does it count towards my insurance deductible?

There is a $10 co-pay to visit the clinic. The co-pay does not count towards any insurance you have. The services at the staff clinic are offered outside of your existing insurance benefits.

What type of doctor will I see?

There will be a Physician Assistant on duty at all times, as well as other medical staff to assist with basic duties. Physician Assistants are state licensed and nationally certified medical professionals who complete six years or more of college classes, clinical rotations and general health care experience. The Physician Assistant will be under the direction of a licensed Physician.

Does the clinic have an onsite pharmacy or X-ray equipment?

The clinic does not have an onsite pharmacy or X-ray equipment. Prescriptions will be sent to the pharmacy of your choice and employees are responsible for paying for any prescriptions they fill.

We do not have X-ray equipment in the office. Patients will be referred to outside sources for X-rays, as necessary.

When should I choose the staff clinic over my primary care doctor or the ER?

The MISD staff clinic is NOT designed to replace my primary care physician. However, when you aren't feeling well, making a decision on where to go for immediate care can be difficult. The graph below has been compiled to help make that decision-making process a little easier.

Staff Clinic When to Choose Diagram

(click graph for larger view)

Can I use The Clinic for work-related injuries, workers' compensation claims or athletic physicals?

No. MISD employees seeking treatment for a work-related injury must choose an in-network physician approved by our workers' compensation carrier. Please contact the MISD Athletics Department for information on athletic physicals.