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Baylor Scott & White Health - Temple/Waco Region

Our Mission
Baylor Scott & White Health exists to serve all people by providing personalized health and wellness through exemplary care, education and research as a Christian ministry of healing.

Our Vision
To be the most trusted name in giving and receiving safe, quality, compassionate health care.

Our Values
Integrity — living up to high ethical standards and showing respect for others.
Servanthood — serving with an attitude of unselfish concern.
Teamwork — valuing each other while encouraging individual contribution and accountability.
Excellence — delivering high quality while striving for continuous improvement.
Innovation — discovering new concepts and opportunities to advance our mission.
Stewardship — managing resources entrusted to us in a responsible manner.


Facilities

Baylor Scott & White Medical Center - Hillcrest
100 Hillcrest Medical Blvd., Woodway, TX 76712

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Baylor Scott & White Medical Center - Hillcrest is an acute care hospital serving the health care needs of Central Texas.

Many  health care advancements in Waco — such as our major Level II Trauma Center, our Level III Neonatal Intensive Care Unit, and Aquilion 64-slice CT scanner — are found only at Baylor Scott & White - Hillcrest. Continuous improvement in every area of service is one of our core values.

Woodway, TX

Woodway is located in McLennan County, ten minutes from Waco. People relocating to this area can choose to live in the rural community of Woodway, or commute to work and live in Waco.

Conveniently located on I-35 in the center of Texas, just 90 miles from Dallas and Austin. Waco has long been known as the “Heart of Texas.” Named after the Waco Indian Tribe, the town was founded in 1849 and was the crossroads of Texas. The Chisholm and Shawnee Trails both came through Waco on their way to northern cattle markets. Today, Waco is a diverse, bustling city of 125,000 with a university, two colleges, over 40 hotels and 300+ restaurants. We are home to the famous Magnolia Market, owned by HGTV “Fixer Upper” stars Chip and Joanna Gaines.

Waco is also home of a lively cultural district. Discover open-air festivals and concerts by the river, top sporting events, a popular Saturday morning farmers market, “First Fridays” downtown, theatre, movies, live music (of all kinds), rodeo, comedy, dance, art galleries, and a world-class symphony orchestra. You’ll see plenty of murals, sculpture, and public art, and if you are lucky, perhaps a pop-up art exhibit or open studio.

Waco has a thriving arts scene, including murals, sculptures, working artist studios, and much more throughout downtown and beyond. Waco’s Cultural District is bound by 11th St. to Garrison Ave, and Jefferson Ave, to Clay Ave. It extends across the Brazos River, down historic Elm Ave. The Waco Cultural District is a walk able, connected area with a concentration of cultural activity and encompasses Waco’s Historic and Main Street Zones on both banks. Murals, sculptures, artists’ studios, attractions, shopping, restaurants, and beautiful historic buildings are all part of this important district.

Waco is home to several recreational and outdoor attractions. Cameron Park is a 416-acre park, a gift of the William Cameron family, offers towering oaks, two rives, breathtaking cliffs overlooking the Brazos and Bosque Rivers, and a National Recreational Trail system. Mountain bikers and hikers share the park with disc golfers, picnickers, and bird watchers. BSR Cable Park is a state of the art cable park that allows skiers and wakeboarders to be pulled around 12 acres of lake by a cable system. The park also has a beach, a lazy river, and the famous Royal Flush water slide. The Cameron Park Zoo rests on 52 acres adjacent to the Brazos River. Lush native vegetation, splashing waterfalls, a picturesque lake and ponds surround the different natural habitats that are home to giraffes, lions, white rhino, and elephants. The Asian Forest features the critically endangered orangutans, Sumatran tigers, and Komodo dragons. Enjoy a 50,000-gallon coral reef saltwater aquarium and the playful river otters as they swim around the children who slide through the otter exhibit.

The City is the birthplace of Dr. Pepper, the Texas Ranger Hall of Fame and Museum and the Texas Sports Hall of Fame. Waco is also home to the Waco Mammoth National Monument, a 100-plus acre stretch of wooded parkland along the Bosque River. The site provides a glimpse into the lives of Colombian mammoth bones discovered in Waco along the Bosque River and is part of the National Parks System. It is not only brimming with Texas history, economic opportunity, and a rich variety of cultural experiences, it is also a major seat of higher learning with THREE major colleges in its city limits including: Baylor University, Texas State Technical College, McLennan Community College.

Baylor Scott & White Medical Center - Killeen
4501 South Clear Creek Road, Killeen, TX 76549

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The Baylor Scott & White Clinic - Killeen West is a primary-care clinic in west Killeen, providing superior care for the entire family. From well-child/sick-child care to school and employment physicals to minor sutures, the clinic offers personalized, comprehensive care.

Killeen, TX

Killeen, TX – located in Bell County – has grown in multitudes of people from all over the world, thanks to Fort Hood. With the addition of the University of Central Texas A&M, Central Texas College, and homes being built at a rapid rate, Killeen is becoming one of the fastest growing cities in America. As the population grows, new businesses are pouring in. Killeen is known as the neighbor of Fort Hood. The Killeen economy is heavily dependent on the Fort Hood post, soldiers and their families. We have a strong talent pool with U.S. Army veterans, an accessible community college, and a stand-alone, state-supported university. American values are strong here. At one time, Elvis himself was stationed at Fort Hood and lived in Killeen.

The Central Texas area has a wide variety of entertainment venues to choose from. Whether it is touring the world’s largest military installation with awesome fighting power and two fine military museums or enjoying the Vive Les Arts Theatre. At Green Avenue Park, Killeen hosts a farmers’ market each Friday, beginning in May from 11 a.m.-3 p.m. and also Food Truck Fridays! There are over 20 parks located in this city and a 2.5-mile hike and bike trail. Community pools – Long Branch Park and Pershing Park – let your little swimmers three and under in for free.

The City of Killeen has a very extensive Parks and Recreation program. On W.S. Young Drive, we offer athletics fields, where we host regional and national tournaments and the Community Center, which is a multipurpose facility with gym, meeting rooms and outdoors event area. Newly added is Mickey's Dog Park featuring two acres of pup amenities. On Stan Schlueter Loop we have the Family Recreation Center and Aquatics Center at Lions Club Park. The second-floor weight room at the Family Recreation Center is called the Tommie Harris Fitness Center, as a tribute to the NFL Player, who donated the gym equipment. On Roy Reynolds, you will find the Stonetree Golf Course. It was built in 1970 but was completely renovated in 2005. Open to the public, we hold 25-30 annual golf tournaments and host some of the major area fundraisers. The course is laid out over rolling terrain with a wide variety of trees and several small lakes with fountains.

Bordered on the North by Rancier Avenue (FM 439) and on the South by Veterans Memorial Blvd. (Business 190), Downtown Killeen is centrally located in the heart of the city right outside of Fort Hood's East Gate. The historic core of downtown, listed on the National Register of Historic Places, is where the City's story began over 125 years ago. Come experience some of the original developments built in the late 1800's when the railroad first came to town. Visit the restored Santa Fe Depot now housing the Greater Killeen Chamber of Commerce, or take a stroll along Avenue D and imagine the City of Killeen's first hardware store, blacksmith shop, saloons and general stores. The streets were bustling with excitement and downtown had everything you needed.

Killeen is easily accessible by highway from IH-35 to US190 or SH195. Arrow Trailways has a local office and buses may be rented for tours. A rail system and the new Killeen-Fort Hood Regional Airport has over 36 flights daily, with service by American Airlines, Continental, Houston, or Delta.

Baylor Scott & White Medical Center - Temple
2401 S 31st St, Temple, TX 76508

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Baylor Scott & White Health's long tradition of providing comprehensive, highly personalized healthcare is available to residents of Williamson and Northern Travis counties on a healthcare campus that features a primary care clinic, multispecialty clinics, and a full-service, 101-bed hospital.

Located on the Scott & White campus in Temple, Texas, the hospital offers complimentary valet parking at several convenient entrances.

Highlights:
- 636-bed specialty care and teaching hospital
- Level I Trauma Center
- All major insurance plans accepted
- Advanced imaging, featuring Dual Definition 128-slice CT, 64-slice-CT, fixed PET CT, 3T MRI, IMRT
- Da Vinci® Surgical System
- NICU ranks among the top in survival of these fragile newborns

Temple, TX

In early 1892, Dr. Arthur Carroll Scott and Dr. Raleigh R. White, Jr., arrived in Temple to work in the Gulf, Colorado & Santa Fe Railway Hospital. The doctors saw a need for medical services that reached beyond the railroad workers to the town residents. In 1904, the doctors opened the Temple Sanitarium, which gave rise to one of fastest-growing healthcare systems in the 20th century, Baylor Scott & White Health.

Temple is a city built on success stories like that of the two visionary doctors. The world headquarters of McLane Company and Wilsonart International are located here. Baylor Scott & White Health continues its phenomenal growth today with a multi million dollar expansion of the facility. Its alignment with Texas A&M University Health Science Center as a teaching hospital is an example of the unique educational opportunities offered in Temple.

Today, 125 years after its birth. Temple still enjoys the distinction of being the demographic center of Texas. With the major cities of Dallas, Houston, and San Antonio less than three hours away. Temple uniquely offers the best aspects of two worlds: the convenience of big-city dwelling with the atmosphere of a small town. A home to visionaries and dreamers who saw the fulfillment of their aspirations, Temple offers a bright future to those fortunate enough to live within this community of growth and opportunity.
Temple has annual community events throughout the year such as the Temple College, Jazz Festival, Bloomin’ Temple Festival, National Train Day, July 4th Family Fun Fest, and the Main Street Fright Fest. The city also has several attractions such as the Miller Springs Nature Area, a natural area offering hiking, bird watching, and wildlife photography, Lake Belton, which offers several recreational opportunities including camping, picnicking, fishing, boating, hiking, wildlife watching and more. We are also home to the Temple Symphony Orchestra, the Temple Civic Theatre, and the Cultural Activities Center, which is the premiere visual and performing arts center.

Temple has hosted several sporting events and tournaments for softball, basketball, golf, volleyball, soccer, archery, and plenty of sports teams. Our top-notch sports venues are only surpassed by the knowledge and friendly staff available through the Temple Parks and Leisure Services Department and the Temple CVB. Our two local colleges, Temple College and the University of Mary Hardin-Baylor, are very supportive of the athletic events that are hosted in Central Texas. Use of these outstanding facilities is always a crowd pleaser. Additional indoor facilities include the Mayborn Convention Center, Bell County Expo Center, and many others.

Even the most die hard of shoppers could wear themselves out before exhausting all of the opportunities available to them here. Whether you are looking for bargains, one of a kind works of art or antiques you won’t be disappointed. Many shopping centers are located throughout the city. Enjoy shopping at trusted stores, such as Dillard’s Department Store and JC Penny in the Temple Mall, or take in the locally owned specialty stores located in the downtown area and elsewhere. For a refreshing alternative, visit the Community Market in downtown Temple. The market is held the second Saturday of every month from March through December. There you will find creative works of art by local artists, fresh jams and jellies, unique gift ideas and arts & crafts.

Baylor Scott & White Medical Center - Waco
100 Hillcrest Medical Blvd., Waco, TX 76701

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Baylor Scott & White Medical Center - Hillcrest is an acute care hospital serving the health care needs of Central Texas.

Many health care advancements in Waco — such as our major Level II Trauma Center, our Level III Neonatal Intensive Care Unit, and Aquilion 64-slice CT scanner — are found only at Baylor Scott & White - Hillcrest. Continuous improvement in every area of service is one of our core values.

Waco, TX

Conveniently located on I-35 in the center of Texas, just 90 miles from Dallas and Austin. Waco has long been known as the “Heart of Texas.” Named after the Waco Indian Tribe, the town was founded in 1849 and was the crossroads of Texas. The Chisholm and Shawnee Trails both came through Waco on their way to northern cattle markets. Today, Waco is a diverse, bustling city of 125,000 with a university, two colleges, over 40 hotels and 300+ restaurants. We are home to the famous Magnolia Market, owned by HGTV “Fixer Upper” stars Chip and Joanna Gaines.

Waco is also home of a lively cultural district. Discover open-air festivals and concerts by the river, top sporting events, a popular Saturday morning farmers market, “First Fridays” downtown, theater, movies, live music (of all kinds), rodeo, comedy, dance, art galleries, and a world-class symphony orchestra. You’ll see plenty of murals, sculpture, and public art, and if you are lucky, perhaps a pop-up art exhibit or open studio.

Waco has a thriving arts scene, including murals, sculptures, working artist studios, and much more throughout downtown and beyond. Waco’s Cultural District is bound by 11th St. to Garrison Ave, and Jefferson Ave, to Clay Ave. It extends across the Brazos River, down historic Elm Ave. The Waco Cultural District is a walkable, connected area with a concentration of cultural activity and encompasses Waco’s Historic and Main Street Zones on both banks. Murals, sculptures, artists’ studios, attractions, shopping, restaurants, and beautiful historic buildings are all part of this important district.

Waco is home to several recreational and outdoor attractions. Cameron Park is a 416-acre park, a gift of the William Cameron family, offers towering oaks, two rives, breathtaking cliffs overlooking the Brazos and Bosque Rivers, and a National Recreational Trail system. Mountain bikers and hikers share the park with disc golfers, picnickers, and bird watchers. BSR Cable Park is a state of the art cable park that allows skiers and wakeboarders to be pulled around 12 acres of lake by a cable system. The park also has a beach, a lazy river, and the famous Royal Flush water slide. The Cameron Park Zoo rests on 52 acres adjacent to the Brazos River. Lush native vegetation, splashing waterfalls, a picturesque lake and ponds surround the different natural habitats that are home to giraffes, lions, white rhino, and elephants. The Asian Forest features the critically endangered orangutans, Sumatran tigers, and Komodo dragons. Enjoy a 50,000-gallon coral reef saltwater aquarium and the playful river otters as they swim around the children who slide through the otter exhibit.

The City is the birthplace of Dr. Pepper, the Texas Ranger Hall of Fame and Museum and the Texas Sports Hall of Fame. Waco is also home to the Waco Mammoth National Monument, a 100-plus acre stretch of wooded parkland along the Bosque River. The site provides a glimpse into the lives of Columbian mammoth bones discovered in Waco along the Bosque River and is part of the National Parks System. It is not only brimming with Texas history, economic opportunity, and a rich variety of cultural experiences, it is also a major seat of higher learning with THREE major colleges in its city limits including: Baylor University, Texas State Technical College, McLennan Community College.

Scott & White Clinic - Belton South
1001 Arbor Park Drive, Belton, TX 76513

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Baylor Scott & White Health's long tradition of providing comprehensive, highly personalized healthcare is available to residents of Williamson and Northern Travis counties on a healthcare campus that features a primary care clinic, multispecialty clinics, and a full-service, 101-bed hospital.

Located on the Scott & White campus in Temple, Texas, the hospital offers complimentary valet parking at several convenient entrances.

Highlights:
- 636-bed specialty care and teaching hospital
- Level I Trauma Center
- All major insurance plans accepted
- Advanced imaging, featuring Dual Definition 128-slice CT, 64-slice-CT, fixed PET CT, 3T MRI, IMRT
- Da Vinci® Surgical System
- NICU ranks among the top in survival of these fragile newborns

Conveniently located near the intersection of Loop 121 and Highway 190, the Scott & White Clinic - Belton South is designed to meet your entire family's primary care needs. This 14,500-square-foot facility is equipped with 24 exam rooms, an on-site laboratory and X-ray services. Our board certified physicians provide excellent medical care that is right for you.

Belton, TX

Today, Belton is home to an estimated 20,517 people. New residents continue to be drawn to Belton by outstanding schools, great parks and by the University of Mary Hardin-Baylor, also located in Belton. Chartered by the Republic of Texas in 1845, the historic college campus provides both students and area residents with educational, cultural and recreational opportunities. Providing a natural backdrop to historic Belton are over 160 acres of parkland located throughout the city.

Situated along Belton Lake, Belton is a city abounding with parks and recreational opportunities. The beautiful Nolan Creek meanders through central Belton where residents and visitors can enjoy a walk along the Nolan Creek Hike and Bike Trail. This unique 1.5-mile trail provides a scenic tour through three city parks. The trail offers residents and visitors beautiful views of the Nolan Creek, as well as numerous opportunities to take a break while reading about the historic Chisholm Trail in one of ten pocket parks located along the trail.

Active sporting enthusiasts will be impressed with Belton’s outstanding sports fields, park complexes, and water-based recreational activities. In 2006, the City of Belton received over $370,000 in grants from various state and private organizations allowing continued improvement to local parks and fields. By leveraging city funds with grants and building community partnerships with citizens and community organizations, the City of Belton continues to enhance the quality of life for all its citizens.
Also available to visitors and residents is the T. B. Harris Community Center, a project recognized with numerous awards. The completely renovated facility features multiple rooms offering state of the art accommodations for business meetings, while at the same time providing ample space and beautiful vistas into the ten-acre park surrounding the school. The building is well suited for conferences and training events while providing an idyllic setting for wedding receptions, parties, and reunions.
Come to Belton and enjoy its small-town charm and natural beauty!

Scott & White Clinic - Cameron
101 Lafferty Avenue Suite B, Cameron, TX 76520

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In a brand-new, state-of-the-art facility, the Scott & White Clinic - Cameron brings Scott & White's long-standing tradition of excellence and personalized care to Cameron and Milam County. The clinic offers primary care services for your entire family. For your added convenience, laboratory services and a pharmacy are also available on site.

Cameron, TX

As of the 2000 census, there were 5,634 people, 2,090 households, and 1,404 families residing in Cameron. Conveniently located in the heart of Central Texas, Cameron is a great environment to live and work. The city continues to be a thriving rural community with more opportunities than ever to grow and connect with friends and neighbors. The city government has been actively revitalizing the community by removing old unstable structures in preparation for new growth.

As more people and businesses call Cameron home, we will strive to support growth while maintaining our close sense of community. The 2010 census provided a perfect opportunity to see how our community has changed over the past 10 years. The City of Cameron has recently secured a $250,000 grant to use in upgrades to the City’s water treatment facilities. We have many new summer activities for residents and visitors to enjoy. The City Pool will feature new horseshoe pits, and Cameron will be hosting the 1st Annual Nature Festival in Ledbetter Park.

Scott & White Clinic - Hewitt
510 N. Hewitt Drive, Hewitt, TX 76643

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Saving you the hassle of a drive into the city, the Scott & White Clinic - Hewitt is conveniently located in the heart of Hewitt to provide you and your family expert primary care with a small-town feel right in your hometown.

Hewitt, TX

Hewitt is situated just south of Waco where residents enjoy affordable, safe neighborhoods with a small-town feeling and positive community spirit. Hewitt’s close proximity to Waco allows the dining, entertainment, education, recreation, employment and other amenities of a larger city with the slower pace of a suburban lifestyle.

With a reasonable cost of living, solid infrastructure and award-winning public services, it’s no wonder more people are calling Hewitt home. The median Hewitt home price is $149,000 while houses range from $138,000 to $290,000. Hewitt housing types include single family, residential and commercial. Hewitt is minutes away from Downtown Waco and is one of the most sought after locations for both commercial and residential use. In 2015, Hewitt was also recognized by Money magazine as the 20th Best Place to Live in the Nation, which is a reflection of the vibrant, active and caring community that is Hewitt.

Greater Hewitt and Waco are home to a variety of museums, galleries, theaters, venues and attractions. Sports fans can catch a game at Baylor University’s McLane Stadium and check out the Texas Sports Hall of Fame, while history buffs will appreciate Baylor University’s Mayborn Museum Complex, the Texas Rangers Hall of Fame and Museum and the Dr. Pepper Museum. For live music and theater, there are many shows throughout the year hosted by the Waco Civic Theater, McLennan Community College, and Baylor Drama Department, as well as the Waco Symphony Orchestra, Baylor School of Music, Extraco Events Center and Waco Hall. Built in 1914, the historic Hippodrome Theater located in downtown Waco has also recently been renovated and now features movies, concerts and theater acts, as well as full-service in-theater dining.

On beautiful days with crystal-clear Texas skies, people gravitate toward the outdoors, including Hewitt Park and Warren Park. Hewitt Park is situated on Castleman Creek in Hewitt and has a picnic area, ball diamond, soccer/football field, two covered shelters, a 0.5-mile walking track and a covered pavilion. The Adventure Playground provides a safe and fun place for all children to climb and play, while children and adults alike can enjoy the Disc Golf Course. Warren Park has picnic areas, a ball diamond, a soccer field, playgrounds, a covered pavilion and the brand-new Creekside Amphitheater, which will host several community events in 2016, including a summer concert series. Other outside activities, including fishing, boating, water sports, biking, and hiking, are available throughout the year at Lake Waco, the largest urban lake in Texas, and Cameron Park. Both are only minutes from Hewitt and offer plenty of opportunities for outdoor enthusiasts and families alike.

Hewitt is located along Interstate 35, an important international conduit for people and trade. With Austin, Dallas, and Fort Worth all within a 100-mile radius, Hewitt residents can easily make day trips to these Texas hubs of industry, culture, and business. I-35 also provides international access as it travels south to San Antonio and Laredo into Mexico and north to Dallas and Fort Worth all the way through Canada. Hewitt is located along Interstate 35, an important international conduit for people and trade. With Austin, Dallas, and Fort Worth all within a 100-mile radius, Hewitt residents can easily make day trips to these Texas hubs of industry, culture and business. I-35 also provides international access as it travels south to San Antonio and Laredo into Mexico and north to Dallas and Fort Worth all the way through Canada.

Scott & White Clinic - Westfield
7556 Honeysuckle, Temple, TX 76502

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The Scott & White Clinic - Westfield brings Scott & White's long-standing tradition of excellence and personalized care to a location that's closer to home for west Temple residents. You'll find us conveniently located just off W. Adams Avenue near the intersection of Verbena and Honeysuckle.

Temple, TX

In early 1892, Dr. Arthur Carroll Scott and Dr. Raleigh R. White, Jr., arrived in Temple to work in the Gulf, Colorado & Santa Fe Railway Hospital. The doctors saw a need for medical services that reached beyond the railroad workers to the town residents. In 1904, the doctors opened the Temple Sanitarium, which gave rise to one of fastest-growing healthcare systems in the 20th century, Baylor Scott & White Health.

Temple is a city built on success stories like that of the two visionary doctors. The world headquarters of McLane Company and Wilsonart International are located here. Baylor Scott & White Health continues its phenomenal growth today with a multi million dollar expansion of the facility. Its alignment with Texas A&M University Health Science Center as a teaching hospital is an example of the unique educational opportunities offered in Temple.

Today, 125 years after its birth. Temple still enjoys the distinction of being the demographic center of Texas. With the major cities of Dallas, Houston, and San Antonio less than three hours away. Temple uniquely offers the best aspects of two worlds: the convenience of big-city dwelling with the atmosphere of a small town. A home to visionaries and dreamers who saw the fulfillment of their aspirations, Temple offers a bright future to those fortunate enough to live within this community of growth and opportunity. 
Temple has annual community events throughout the year such as the Temple College, Jazz Festival, Bloomin’ Temple Festival, National Train Day, July 4th Family Fun Fest, and the Main Street Fright Fest. The city also has several attractions such as the Miller Springs Nature Area, a natural area offering hiking, bird watching, and wildlife photography, Lake Belton, which offers several recreational opportunities including camping, picnicking, fishing, boating, hiking, wildlife watching and more. We are also home to the Temple Symphony Orchestra, the Temple Civic Theatre, and the Cultural Activities Center, which is the premiere visual and performing arts center.

Temple has hosted several sporting events and tournaments for softball, basketball, golf, volleyball, soccer, archery, and plenty of sports teams. Our top-notch sports venues are only surpassed by the knowledge and friendly staff available through the Temple Parks and Leisure Services Department and the Temple CVB. Our two local colleges, Temple College and the University of Mary Hardin-Baylor, are very supportive of the athletic events that are hosted in Central Texas. Use of these outstanding facilities is always a crowd pleaser. Additional indoor facilities include the Mayborn Convention Center, Bell County Expo Center, and many others.

Even the most die hard of shoppers could wear themselves out before exhausting all of the opportunities available to them here. Whether you are looking for bargains, one of a kind works of art or antiques you won’t be disappointed. Many shopping centers are located throughout the city. Enjoy shopping at trusted stores, such as Dillard’s Department Store and JC Penny in the Temple Mall, or take in the locally owned specialty stores located in the downtown area and elsewhere. For a refreshing alternative, visit the Community Market in downtown Temple. The market is held the second Saturday of every month from March through December. There you will find creative works of art by local artists, fresh jams and jellies, unique gift ideas and arts & crafts. 

Scott & White Urgent Care Clinic - Killeen
5702 East Central Texas Expressway, Killeen, TX 76543

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Conveniently located near the Stan Schlueter exit off US Highway 190, Scott & White Urgent Care Clinic - Killeen houses an urgent care clinic and a primary care clinic. Our board-certified Scott & White physicians provide care for your adults and children.

No appointment necessary for urgent care clinic. Same-day appointments available for primary care clinic.

Killeen,TX

Killeen, TX – located in Bell County – has grown in multitudes of people from all over the world, thanks to Fort Hood. With the addition of the University of Central Texas A&M, Central Texas College, and homes being built at a rapid rate, Killeen is becoming one of the fastest growing cities in America. As the population grows, new businesses are pouring in. Killeen is known as the neighbor of Fort Hood. The Killeen economy is heavily dependent on the Fort Hood post, soldiers and their families. We have a strong talent pool with U.S. Army veterans, an accessible community college, and a stand-alone, state-supported university. American values are strong here. At one time, Elvis himself was stationed at Fort Hood and lived in Killeen.

The Central Texas area has a wide variety of entertainment venues to choose from. Whether it is touring the world’s largest military installation with awesome fighting power and two fine military museums or enjoying the Vive Les Arts Theatre. At Green Avenue Park, Killeen hosts a farmers’ market each Friday, beginning in May from 11 a.m.-3 p.m. and also Food Truck Fridays! There are over 20 parks located in this city and a 2.5-mile hike and bike trail. Community pools – Long Branch Park and Pershing Park – let your little swimmers three and under in for free.

The City of Killeen has a very extensive Parks and Recreation program. On W.S. Young Drive, we offer athletics fields, where we host regional and national tournaments and the Community Center, which is a multipurpose facility with gym, meeting rooms and outdoors event area. Newly added is Mickey's Dog Park featuring two acres of pup amenities. On Stan Schlueter Loop we have the Family Recreation Center and Aquatics Center at Lions Club Park. The second-floor weight room at the Family Recreation Center is called the Tommie Harris Fitness Center, as a tribute to the NFL Player, who donated the gym equipment. On Roy Reynolds, you will find the Stonetree Golf Course. It was built in 1970 but was completely renovated in 2005. Open to the public, we hold 25-30 annual golf tournaments and host some of the major area fundraisers. The course is laid out over rolling terrain with a wide variety of trees and several small lakes with fountains.

Bordered on the North by Rancier Avenue (FM 439) and on the South by Veterans Memorial Blvd. (Business 190), Downtown Killeen is centrally located in the heart of the city right outside of Fort Hood's East Gate. The historic core of downtown, listed on the National Register of Historic Places, is where the City's story began over 125 years ago. Come experience some of the original developments built in the late 1800's when the railroad first came to town. Visit the restored Santa Fe Depot now housing the Greater Killeen Chamber of Commerce, or take a stroll along Avenue D and imagine the City of Killeen's first hardware store, blacksmith shop, saloons and general stores. The streets were bustling with excitement and downtown had everything you needed.

Killeen is easily accessible by highway from IH-35 to US190 or SH195. Arrow Trailways has a local office and buses may be rented for tours. A rail system and the new Killeen-Fort Hood Regional Airport has over 36 flights daily, with service by American Airlines, Continental, Houston, or Delta. 


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2401 S 31st Street / MS-01-510G
Temple, TX  76508

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