Roughly three miles from WAMM is the Texas Medical Center, a 2.1 square mile campus of world-class medical research, education, and patient care. The Med Center is comprised of medicine-related facilities, medical and dental schools, research facilities, public health institutions, 21 hospitals (including MD Anderson Cancer Center), and pharmacies, making it the largest medical complex in the world. It employs over 106,000 people.
Legacy Community Health - Montrose Clinic
Half a block north of WAMM, Legacy has long history of servicing the community. As a federally Qualified Health Center it provides services to those with unmet healthcare needs.
Out of the Closet Sponsored Health Services
Located within WAMM, Out of the Closet is a thrift store that gives back. Ninety-six percent of proceeds from the shop and its AHF pharmacy go back to the local community to provide free HIV testing services, education, and prevention.
WAMM and the greater Montrose area house numerous small private hospitals, medical practices and mental health facilities. Everything is short ride—by car, public transportation, ride share, bike—or even walkable.
WAMM is convenient to Walgreens, CVS, as well as pharmacies located within local grocery stores. There is also a pharmacy for patients at the Legacy Montrose Clinic. WAMM-based AHF pharmacy allots a percentage of proceeds to support HIV testing, prevention, and education.
WAMM Civic Association is a 501(c)(3)not for profit organization. The WAMM neighborhood is bordered by Westheimer, Alabama, Montrose, and Mulberry streets. We work together to build a safe, inclusive community for our residents and to share helpful resources and information to enrich our quality of life.