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Coastal Bend Health Finder is a FREE online medical resource and directory helping to put healthcare providers within reach of individuals living in the 15 counties included in the study conducted by Texas A&M University.

Coastal Bend Health Finder is built with everyone in mind. Whether you are a patient or a healthcare professional, you will find Coastal Bend Health Finder as an invaluable tool for finding healthcare and support services easily and quickly.

All information is available to the general public with no logins necessary and no personal information collected to use the free service. Users will find it easier to learn about healthcare services in the Coastal Bend all without having to provide any personally identifying information.

Coastal Bend Health Finder is a public resource directory of medical and non-medical services with local agencies dedicated to health and well-being of individuals living in the following 15 counties:

Aransas County
Bee County

Brooks County
Duval County

Goliad County
Jim Hogg County
Jim Wells County
Karnes County
Kenedy County
Kleberg County

Live Oak County
McMullen County
Nueces County
Refugio County
San Patricio County

Below is a map of 15 counties included in the health assessment study conducted by Texas A&M University - Corpus Christi

Map of 15 Counties included in the assessment study

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Link to Texas DSHS website about Pneumococcal Influenza Vaccines

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Give plenty of liquids at the first sign of flu. Sick people with the flu need to drink extra fluids to keep from getting dehydrated. Mild fluid loss can most often be treated at home. Yet, severe dehydration is VERY serious and must be treated in the hospital.

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