AccessHealth prides itself on its progressive, high-quality Community Care. Established in 1975, it became a Federally Qualified Health Center in 2002.
The Brookshire Center offers the full range of care from family health care, women's health, and pediatrics to full lab services, behavioral health, and a pharmacy. The facility is open every day and one Saturday a month to help those who need weekend services.
As a member of the equally diverse, an elite team of health care providers, you will find the autonomy to practice true Community Healthcare meeting the total need of your young patients. Yet you will enjoy the support of a full team of health care professionals all with a passion for caring for the social, medical and economic needs of the community they serve.
AccessCare professionals win awards for outstanding care in their fields of service. They are mission focused, driven to improve the model of care they deliver. If you simply want to provide medicine out of the box, AccessHealth is not the organization for you. If you want to build something better, be a part of something bigger than yourself, we are your organization.
Brookshire encompasses a country living feel in a small town that’s only about 30 miles west of Houston. It’s close enough to all the sports, business, and cultural attractions of the Houston metro area, while keeping the beauty and serenity of country life.
This small Waller County town has a lot to offer even though it spans only 3.5 square miles. They have a diverse population of 4,702 (according to the 2010 U.S. census), great schools (Royal ISD), low taxes, affordable housing, a wealth of churches, and many other community events and programs. Come visit the many city events and great restaurants.
The population was 4702 as of the 2010 census, a growth rate of 36% since the 2000 census.
Brookshire was named in honor of Nathan Brookshire, who was a large land owner in the vicinity and a leading resident. He was a captain in the Texas army and participated in the storming and capture of Bexar in 1835. In 1893 John Kellner donated land and filed a plat for the Town of Kellner out of the William Cooper Survey, one of the oldest headrights in the state. Also in 1893, John Brookshire and O. C. Drew filed their plat for the Town of Brookshire out of the H. H. Pennington Survey. On May 24, 1946, The City of Brookshire was incorporated, comprising both the Kellner and the Brookshire/Drew's plats.