Brazosport Medical Center


Brazosport Medical Center | 905 North Gulf Boulevard | Freeport, TX 77541
Phone 979-239-1633

Nola Copus, Executive Director

Who is served by the Center? 

Anyone is able to use the primary care, dental and eye care services. WIC and YFCS have their own criteria for eligibility. More than 90% of those receiving primary medical care are on medicaid, CHIP or other entitlement programs. 

Persons claiming inability to pay are screened and must provide appropriate evidence of need. The number of patient encounters per year has been steadily increasing. The first year of stable operations saw some 13,000 PEs. Last year's reporting for United Way included some 20,000 PEs. This year we had some 18,500 PEs for the first three quarters of the UW reporting year. Some 82% of our medical patients are on Medicaid. 

The Need for the Center

At the time the Center opened in March, 1999, the population of the 77541 zip code area was some 18,000. In that area there were no practicing MDs, one dentist, one chiropractor and one pharmacy. On the average, there is one medical doctor for every 450 residents of the United States. The 77541 zip code area contains a significant number of economically and educationally disadvantaged persons, many of whom have no access even to primary health care. Our surveys show that some 80% of our patients would not have access to health care without the Center. 

The Center was established through a grant from Episcopal Health Charities. It has also received funds from Brazoria County, United Way (of which it is an agency), various churches, the Wright Family Foundation, and private donations. 

Providers located at the Center:

  • Adam Alexander, Chiropractic, full-time 
  • Augustine Mabatah, MD - eye care, part-time 
  • James Markette, Psychiatry, part-time 
  • Jesse Tree, principal office for Brazoria County 
  • Read Out and Read 
  • Richard Hosack, Podiatry, part-time 
  • Third Day, Inc. - primary medical care, full-time 
  • Venkat Veerisetty, DDS - dental care, full-time

Our Sunday Services

Holy Eucharist
Sundays 10 a. m.

Healing Service
First Sunday 10 a.m.

Adult Sunday School
9 a.m.

Children's Sunday School
9:30 a.m.

St. Paul's Groups


Daughters of the King

Lay Ministers

Evangelism Committee




From the Vicar
Sunday School

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