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Health and Wellness

Centrally located where the Texas hill country meets the great staked plains, Clifton offers the perfect backdrop for a healthy and rewarding life. Excellent healthcare facilities provide services and programs to support health and wellness, and the setting and community spirit fosters activity and connection. Beautiful parks and playgrounds, fitness classes and facilities, organized sports, and the safety of friendly neighborhoods create endless possibilities for individuals and families to practice wellness and live healthy, happy lives.

The Clifton community contributes dozens of programs, clubs, and networks for healthy living. You’ll find sports associations, school athletic programs, Healthy Kids Running Series, swim lessons, and many more opportunities for indoor and outdoor activities to maintain health and fitness.

Facilities

Bosque Medical Clinic in Historic Downtown Clifton offers primary care services for children and adults. Services include routine checkups and well woman exams; sick visits; annual and sports physicals; flu and pneumonia vaccinations; flu and strep tests; and lab draws. Cardiologist and Sonographer visits are scheduled monthly.

Find them on Facebook at Bosque Medical Clinic. 113 South Avenue D, Suite A. 254-297-4408.

Goodall-Witcher Healthcare

Goodall Witcher Hospital is a designated Level IV trauma center. The 25-bed hospital provides medical, obstetrical, and surgical care and emergency services 24-hours a day, 7-days a week. Additionally, Goodall-Witcher Hospital provides outpatient lab, radiology, and rehabilitation (occupational, speech and physical) therapies as well as inpatient short-term skilled rehabilitation services.

Clifton Medical Clinic offers preventive, primary, and specialty care and chronic care management. Cardiology, orthopedics, and psychological counseling services are available on site with consulting providers. The clinic is open weekdays and is located at the primary Goodall-Witcher campus.
Goodall-Witcher Nursing Facility provides long-term care for Bosque County residents. The small 43-bed facility is located within the primary hospital site providing easy access to additional services and staff resources. Medical care is seamlessly coordinated with the physicians and staff of the Goodall-Witcher hospital and clinics.

The Goodall-Witcher Fitness & Wellness Center was designed for all walks of life and is geared for the active athlete and those who want to develop and maintain healthy, active lifestyles. The center is located at 101 Hillside Drive, directly behind the hospital.

For additional information and services, visit www.gwhealthcare.org or call 254-675-8322. Find them on Facebook at Goodall-Witcher Healthcare. 101 Posey Avenue, Clifton, Texas.

Lutheran Sunset Ministries

Celebrating 65 years of service, Lutheran Sunset Ministries offers retirement living options at every life stage. The 32-acre campus, designed as an intimate setting of neighborhoods, accommodates residents at various levels of care. In addition to quality health and wellness opportunities, Lutheran Sunset Ministries provides innovative programs, interdisciplinary activities, and a focus on physical, intellectual,
social, and spiritual wellness. Services include independent living, assisted living, long-term care, rehabilitation and therapy, memory support, hospice services, and companion services. Call 254-675-8637 or visit www.lutheransunset.org to learn more. 413 Sunset Avenue, Clifton, Texas.

Willow Park Rehabilitation Health Care Center is a 112-bed Medicare and Medicaid certified nursing facility, providing skilled nursing services to patients in a post-acute care setting. Willow Park can be contacted at 254-675-2828 for more information. 1000 FM 3220, Clifton, Texas.

Additional wellness resources include:

Clifton Food Bank

  • The Clifton Food Bank is located at the corner of South Avenue G (SH6) and West 9th Street. The food bank is a service provide by the Clifton Texas Ministerial Alliance, a mutual aid network organized through the churches in Clifton.
  • Clifton Food Bank is open Tuesdays and Thursdays from 9:30 a.m. to noon, and on Sundays from 12:30 p.m. – 2 p.m. For more information, call the First United Methodist Church of Clifton, Texas at 254-675-3984.

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