TOMBALL, TX - Tomball Regional Health Foundation is proud to announce its continued support of the TOMAGWA Dental Clinic as well as additional funding for the Medical Clinic for the coming year. “TOMAGWA is a Christian ministry that, by the Grace of God and in response to the Love of Jesus, provides quality health care, offers hope and restores dignity to uninsured, low-income families and individuals in the Tri-County region,” said Lee Ann Kroon, TOMAGWA’s Executive Director.
The TOMAGWA Dental Clinic has continued its operations since opening the doors in January 2013 through the generous support of the Tomball Regional Health Foundation and in response to the need for dental care for the underserved of our community. This last year the TOMAGWA dental program saw 1,775 patients and the value of provided services is $2,235,228.00. Patients of the clinic come from the Tomball, Magnolia, Waller and surrounding areas. Dental services include preventive and restorative care such as cleanings, fillings, extractions, root canals, crown & bridge, dentures & partials, and comprehensive routine screenings.
Projects that target economically disadvantaged children have also been implemented at the on-site clinic and remotely in Tomball and Magnolia Independent School District. Plans are in place to continue providing services to the school districts for the fall of 2016. “Through the contributions from Tomball Regional Health Foundation, many individuals and families’ lives have been changed, said Lorie Jones, Director of Dental Services. We are grateful for their generosity.”