The San José Clinic’s activities foreshadowed future successes for the clinic, changing tens of thousands of lives, as it took advantage of advancing medical technology, expanding community partnerships, and twice moving to new and larger facilities in the decades to come.
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Treating Patients from Head to Toe
By Houston History Magazine on November 21, 2021 in Business and Industry, Communities, Health and Medicine, Race & Ethnicity
By Grace Conroy, Caitlyn Jones, and Debbie Z. Harwell The local Sembradores de Amistad chapter held a fundraiser in 1970 to provide glasses for San José Clinic patients. Club president, Virginia “Vergie” Treviño, left, and fundraising chair Mrs. Roy Molina, right, walk with Beatrice Moreno proudly wearing her new glasses. Photo courtesy of the […]
An Interview with Mavis P. Kelsey, MD
By Houston History Magazine on October 14, 2010 in Health and Medicine, Houstonians
To read the full text of this interview of Mavis P. Kelsey by William H. Kellar that appeared in the Fall 2004 issue of Houston History, download the pdf version.