The Mission of the MLK Health Center & Pharmacy is to extend comprehensive primary healthcare and pharmacy services at no cost to uninsured or underinsured patients with chronic illness who otherwise often forgo routine medical care because of a lack of resources.
If you have questions about becoming a patient please visit our Common Questions page or call 318-227-2912 ext. 3 for information on how to enroll.
Your Kroger Plus Card Can Help A Person in Need
It is time to re-link your Kroger Plus Cards for 2016. You have to re-link every August. After you link up your Kroger Plus Card online, a percentage of each grocery trip you make will be donated to MLK Heath Center & Pharmacy.
You can do it in 4 simple steps:
1. Go www.KrogerCommunityRewards.com and log in or
create an account (if you haven't registered your card yet)
2. Click on “Edit” in the “Community Rewards” section.
3. Type in "Martin Luther King" and then click on “Search.”
4. Select MLK Health Center and click on “Save.”
In The News
BHP Billiton Makes Major Donation
The garden at the Martin Luther King Health Center quickly filled up as those in attendance waited to hear the announcement from BHP Billiton on its donation to the center on Give for Good day.
Clint Poche, BHP’s area operations superintendent for Haynesville Shale production unit, said the company’s $35,966 donation to the center will benefit the “Everyday Choices” Community Garden & Learning Center and Mobile Market programs. Read More From the Times.
MLK Health Center in Shreveport adds 'culinary medicine' capabilityMLK Health Center in Shreveport adds 'culinary medicine' capability
The Everyday Choices Community Garden and Learning Center was made possible through a $35,966 donation from energy giant BHP Billiton. A check presentation was held Tuesday in the garden. The move will further expand MLK Health Center’s services, according to executive director Janet Mentesane. Listen on Red River Radio.
General guidelines on screenings by age group should take a back seat to a doctor's recommendations based on a physical and personal health history. Depending on your health factors, you might require screening more or less frequently than the guidelines suggest. Read more in The Times
We Are Making Moves For a Healthier Community...