Andrews County Health Department (ACHD) provides primary health care services (PHC) to Andrews County residents who have no medical insurance and meet the program income requirments (<200% fpl). The program provides access to basic health care services for those individuals who are unable to access the same care through insurance or other programs. The services include: diagnosis and treatment; family planning services; preventive health services including immunizations; health education; laboratory; x-ray; nuclear medicine or other appropriate diagnostic services.

To apply for primary health care services complete the Primary health care eligibility application. (Click here for Eligibility Application - English and Spanish.) Bring the following documents. (Click here for list). Call the Eligibility Coordinator at 432-524-1437 to schedule an appointment or for questions about eligibility.

Eligibility Criteria

 For an individual to receive services through PHC, three (3) criteria must be met:

  1. gross family income at or below 200% of the adopted Federal Poverty Level;
  2. a Texas resident; and
  3. not eligible (or potentially eligible) for other programs/benefits providing the same services.
Eligible Income - 2019 Federal Poverty Income Guidelines (200%).


Monthly Maximum













200% Federal   Poverty Level

Effective September 1, 2019


“We do not discriminate against any person on the basis ofrace, color, national origin, sex, age, religion, or disability, in our programs and services.”