Parkview Regional Hospital Announces Opening of New Rural Health Clinic in Buffalo, Texas

November 3, 2016



Mexia, TX – Parkview Regional Hospital announces the opening of a new rural healthcare clinic in Buffalo, Texas.  The Rural Health Clinic of Buffalo opens its doors to patients on Monday, November 7th at 8:00 am. 

“We are pleased to bring our outstanding healthcare services to the community of Buffalo,” said Austin Wratchford, Chief Operating Officer of Parkview Regional Hospital.  “Our clinic will treat the full spectrum of medical conditions close to home.  We are bringing quality healthcare to the residents of Buffalo and surrounding communities in our mission of making communities healthier.”

Nikki Meador, FNP-C is the full-time provider who is dedicated to the Rural Health Clinic of Buffalo.  Meador provides the full scope of healthcare services from pediatrics to geriatric services.  The clinic provides wellness visits for children and adults, sees patients with chronic and acute conditions, provides immunizations, well woman exams, as well as school, work, and sports physical exams.  The clinic will also serve as an urgent care for minor illnesses or injuries.

“I am looking forward to partnering with the residents of Buffalo to ensure their health and wellbeing,” said Meador, new Nurse Practitioner at the clinic.  “I enjoy working with all ages of patients and love getting to know the community.  Their healthcare is my priority.” 

The Rural Health Clinic of Buffalo welcomes walk-in patients, or to schedule an appointment patients should call 903-322-1215.  The clinic is open Monday – Thursday, 8 am – 5 pm and Friday, 8 am – 12 pm, is located at 1686 W. US Highway 79 in Buffalo, and the medical staff is bilingual.

The Rural Health Clinic of Buffalo is part of Parkview Regional Hospital in Mexia, Texas.

Licensed for 58 beds, Parkview Regional Hospital offers acute medical and surgical care, ICU, rehabilitation, geriatric psychiatric care, surgery and emergency care.  Our service area covers a 50-mile radius, and approximately 40,000 people in Limestone, Freestone, Hill and Leon counties in North Central Texas.