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Welcome to Lawndale Medical Clinic

Lawndale Medical clinic has been serving the Pasadena and the Greater East End Houston Community since 1984. We Provide Immigration Exams and specialize in Primary Care, Pediatric Care and immediate access medicine. We have a full complement of laboratory X-Ray, and other ancillary services that allow us to take care of your immediate needs as well as your long term chronic condition management across several specialties of medicine. Lawndale has a Walk-In-Clinic extended office hours until the late evening and on Saturdays for your convince.

Our highly competitive cash pricing and extended office hours along with our no appointment walk in basis helps us to give care to a wide variety of patients when they need care.


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