What you should know about the Coronovirus.

Do I need to be worried about getting coronavirus?

According to the CDC, as of March 10:

  • For the majority of people, the immediate risk of being exposed is thought to be low. Most communities in the U.S. do not have widespread circulation.

Fight the flu this season. Get your flu shot!

Is the flu vaccine really effective?

According to the CDC, the flu vaccine can reduce the risk of flu illness by 40-60% among overall populations when well matched to the circulating virus.

Cleburne Family Medicine now offering allergy drops

If you suffer from an itchy or runny nose, excessive sneezing, hives, rashes, fatigue, vomiting, diarrhea, stomach cramps, swelling and/or pain, don’t suffer in silence. Dr. Stan Johnson evaluates and treats patients with seasonal allergies, hives, recurrent infections, and possible immunodeficiencies. He can also conduct allergy immunotherapy, also known as allergy shots to provide relief for patients.

Our Joshua Location is Now Open on Saturdays!

We’re extending our hours at our Joshua location to meet your busy schedule.

Walk-in Clinic from 8am-12pm.

If you or a loved one needs medical attention on the weekend, your trusted providers at Family Medicine Associates in Joshua are here to help. We’re proud to now offer a Walk-in Clinic every Saturday from 8 am to noon.

Do you have Hay Fever

Do you have Hay Fever (Allergic Rhinitis)?

Allergic rhinitis is caused by allergens, which are usually harmless substances but trigger an allergic reaction in some people. People with rhinitis are prone to symptoms such as runny nose, sneezing, congestion, and sinus pressure. Rhinitis can contribute to other problems such as asthma, sinus or ear conditions or trouble sleeping.