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121 Main Street – Austin, NV 89310
Our Austin clinic will be temporarily closed while we seek provider staffing.
We are committed to meeting your healthcare needs and encourage you to schedule an appointment at one of our health centers listed below. We apologize for any inconvenience and thank you for choosing Nevada Health Centers.
250 South Main Street – Eureka, NV
5043 Tenabo Avenue – Crescent Valley, NV
Services: Family medicine, preventive health, women’s health, children’s health and immunizations, newborn care, pharmacy services, health education, telemedicine (by appointment).
How to be a patient: Austin Medical Center accepts new patients. It is appreciated if you call in advance for an appointment. The Medical Center welcomes most private insurance, Medicaid, Medicare, Women’s Health Connection and Nevada Check-Up. A sliding fee schedule for low-income patients who do not have insurance is available. Identification and income information is needed to enroll in the sliding fee program.
Appointments are strongly recommended; some sites do see walk-ins for emergency needs. Call the medical center to check on walk-in availability.
Prescription Refills: Ask your pharmacist to fax your request for prescription refills to the doctor; this will speed up your refill process.
Additional Information: The town of Austin was established in the Gold Rush days in 1862. At its height over 10,000 people lived in the community. Today Austin has a population of 350. Austin Medical Center opened in 1992 to serve the people in this very rural community. Through the Telemedicine Project and Physician Services, Austin Medical Center is making a difference in the health of the community. For more information about Austin, click here.
Laurel Kleinman, APRN, is a Nurse Practitioner. She received her Master of Science in Nursing, emphasis in Family Nurse Practitioner from Graceland University. She began working in the healthcare industry in 1981 as a Medical Assistant and aspired to be a Nurse Practitioner. Her dream job would be to see rural patients who could not afford medical care in their home and receive payments in forms of apple pie, eggs, chicken, tomatoes, etc.
Nevada Health Centers (NVHC), a private, not-for-profit 501(c)(3) corporation, is a Federally Qualified Health Center (FQHC) commonly called a Community Health Center (CHC) program that is partially funded under Section 330 of the Public Health Service Act. All of our physicians are board certified or board eligible and are licensed in the state of Nevada.
General Practice, Children’s Healthcare, Women’s Healthcare, Health Education, Surgery, Laboratory Services*, X-Ray*, Dentistry*, Pharmacy*.
* Some services are at select sites only. After hours care available at some centers.