Natomas High School is home to a community health clinic offering low-income residents a wide range of medical services.
Partners with Health and Life Organization (HALO), B. Teri Burns Health Clinic offers checkups, physical exams, treatment of cough, flu, aches, pains, urinary tract infections, diabetes, or high blood pressure. Patients can also obtain immunizations, tuberculosis tests, hearing screening, vision screening, stitches for lacerations, and other such health care. Non-narcotic medication can be prescribed. Electrocardiograms can be given to identify heart issues.
No blood tests or laboratory services are available at B. Teri Burns Health Clinic, but HALO can refer patients as needed to other community clinics it operates for those services or for other specialty care, such as cardiology or rheumatology.
B. Teri Burns Health Clinic accepts Medi-Cal, Medicare, and some forms of private insurance. It also can provide services on a sliding fee scale, based on income.