These subscription databases can be used remotely with an active Round Rock Public Library Card. Members of the public without library cards are welcome to use these resources on the public computers inside the library.
A one-stop, full service resource for health-related research.
Organizes results by source type so users can easily find the content they’re looking for. Source types include journals, magazines, reference books, encyclopedias, pamphlets, images and videos.
Provides general interest and fitness magazines, medical, and professional periodicals, and reference books.
Authoritative information on health-related matters. Features hundreds of popular health, nutrition, and professional health care publications.
Scholarly full-text journals focusing on many medical disciplines, with emphasis on nursing and allied health.
Access the National Library of Medicine’s MedLINE files. Covers nursing, dentistry, veterinary medicine, and the health care system.
Articles on evidenced-based information for herbs, supplements, functional foods, and alternatives therapies.
Consumer Reports Health
Contains information for health-related products, condition and disease-specific information, and prescription drug information. Feature reviews are included.
HealthFinder.gov | En Español
Resources on a wide range of health topics selected from approximately 1,400 government and non-profit organizations to bring you the best, most reliable health information on the Internet.
Mayo Clinic | En Español
Information on specific diseases and condition, drugs and supplements, treatment decisions, and healthy living. You can also ask specialists a question, utilize various health tools, and more.
From the publishers of Physician’s Desk Reference, find information on drugs, health conditions, and diseases.
Common condition and disease-specific information as well as a symptom checker and drug and treatment information.
Consumer Information–Texas Medical Board
Research health care practitioners licensed by the Boards, file a complaint, submit an open records request, and access agency statistics and data.
Doctor License Lookup–Texas Medical Board
Verify if your physician is licensed, where they graduated from medical school, and if disciplinary action has been taken against the physician.
Affordable Care Act Insurance
The Affordable Care Act put in place comprehensive health insurance reforms that have improved access, affordability, and quality in health care for Americans.
Children’s Health Insurance Program (CHIP)
Children in Texas without health insurance may be able to get low cost or free health coverage from the Children’s Health Insurance Program (CHIP) or Children’s Medicaid. Apply now.
Some people with little or no money might be able to get health benefits through a variety of state programs.
Wilco Wellness Alliance
Intended to help community members and policy makers learn about the health of the community. The Healthy Williamson County website is sponsored by Bluebonnet Trails Community Services, Georgetown Health Foundation, Scott & White Healthcare, United Way of Williamson County, and Williamson County and Cities Health District. It provides local health data, resources, best practices, news articles and information about community events.
Aunt Bertha: Find Resources in Your Zip-Code
Enter your zip code in the field to search for services related to food, transportation, education, job training and more
Health and Medical Care
Discount Dental Plans — 888-632-5353
Discounted dental insurance plans. Pay an annual fee and get access to significantly reduced rates.
Lone Star Circle of Care – Dental Clinic — 512-864-1445
Providing affordable, accessible care to the uninsured and underserved. Services are offered at a discount for uninsured patients who qualify based on household size and income.
Texas Department of State Health Services — 800-252-9152
Immunization information provided by the Texas Department of State Health Services for immunization requirements, records, and news.
Williamson County and Cities Health District–Immunizations — 512-248-3252
Childhood vaccinations are provided at all WCCHD clinics for children eligible for the Texas Vaccines For Children (TVFC) Program. To qualify for the TVFC Program your child must be uninsured or have health insurance that does not cover the specific vaccine.
Health Well Foundation — 1-800-675-8416
Health Well Foundation is a not for profit committed to addressing the needs of individuals with insurance who cannot afford their co-payments, co-insurance, and premiums for important medical treatments, prescriptions (for certain illnesses).
Lone Star Circle of Care — 1-877-800-5722
Lone Star Circle of Care is a federally qualified community health center serving Central Texas. Services include primary care, dental, integrated mental health, women’s health services, and low cost medications.
Patient Advocate Foundation — 1-866-512-3861
Services Provided: Financial help to insured patients who qualify for pharmaceutical co-pay assistance.
Williamson County Indigent Health Care Program — 512-248-3252
211 Commerce Boulevard, Suite 114, Round Rock, Texas 78664
Health Care for very low income families who are not eligible for Medicaid. Call for more information.
Austin Regional Clinic — 512-244-9024 or 512-346-6611 (after hours)
Austin Regional Clinic focuses on primary care: family practice, pediatrics, internal medicine, and specialties.
Community Action, Inc. Rural AIDS Service Program (RASP) — 512-931-2471
Rural AIDS Services Program provides case management for HIV positive individuals in Bastrop, Blanco, Burnet, Caldwell, Fayette, Hays, Lee, Llano, and Williamson counties. Case Management also includes transportation to medical and dental appointments, financial assistance for housing, utilities, food, prescriptions, physician visits, and radiology services.
Community Action of Central Texas (CAI) Breast Cancer Navigation Program — 512-392-1161 Ext. 322
Community Action, Inc, of Central Texas (CAI) is an established Texas Breast and Cervical Cancer Services (BCCS) provider. CAI has expanded its BCCS program to provide comprehensive patient navigation and survivorship navigation to uninsured and underinsured women in Hays, Caldwell, Bastrop and Williamson counties.
Samaritan Health Ministries — 512-331-5828
Samaritan Health Ministries is a clinic for uninsured patients in Williamson and Travis Counties providing medical, dental, pharmaceutical, women’s health and mental health services.
Williamson County and Cities Health District — 512-248-3257 or 512-864-8345 (after hours)
The Williamson County and Cities Health District, in partnership with communities, protects and promotes the health of the people of Williamson County.
Partnership for Prescription Assistance— 1-888-477-2669
Partnership for Prescription Assistance (PPA) program was created to make it easier for low-income, uninsured patients to get free or nearly free prescription medicines through existing patient assistance programs.
RxAssist is a nationally recognized, web based medication assistance resource center giving providers, advocates, consumer and caregivers comprehensive, and up-to-date information.
Agape Pregnancy Resource Center — 512-248-8200
A pregnancy testing and decision-making center offering free and confidential services to all clients.
Austin LifeCare — 512-374-0055
Seeks to meet the needs of women, men and their families, who are facing an unplanned pregnancy. Services are provided free of charge and include pregnancy tests, limited ultrasound services, childbirth classes, parenting classes, mentors, and material assistance.
Breast Cancer Resource Center of Central Texas — 512-524-2560
All programs and services are offered free of charge to anyone affected by breast cancer regardless of income, ethnicity, education, sexual orientation, or social support.
La Leche League — 1-800-525-3243
Helping mothers worldwide to breastfeed through mother-to-mother support, encouragement, information, and education.
Williamson County and Cities Health District WIC Clinics — 512-248-3254 or 512-864-8345 (after hours)
The WIC and Community Nutrition program at WCCHD provides nutrition education and healthy foods for pregnant women, new mothers, infants and young children.