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Below is a list of businesses which provide Health Services services. If you do not see your business in the list, you can submit it for addition to this list. Adding your business will feature your listing above Standard listings.



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Business Listing   ABBA Homecare Health Services - Pampa, TX - Phone: 1 (806) 669-0088


Business Listing   Adobe Operating - Pampa, TX - Phone: 1 (806) 669-2535


Business Listing   B & B Pharmacy - Pampa, TX - Phone: 1 (806) 665-5788


Business Listing   Coronado Healthcare Center - Pampa, TX - Phone: 1 (806) 665-5746


Business Listing   Easley Animal Hospital - Pampa, TX - Phone: 1 (806) 665-7188


Business Listing   Ellis J Scott DO - Pampa, TX - Phone: 1 (806) 665-9900


Business Listing   Gordzelik Brian K DVM - Pampa, TX - Phone: 1 (806) 665-7197


Business Listing   Herbs Etc - Pampa, TX - Phone: 1 (806) 665-4883


Business Listing   Hi-Plains Hypnosis & Counseling Institute - Pampa, TX - Phone: 1 (806) 669-3418


Business Listing   Huertas Otoniel MD - Pampa, TX - Phone: 1 (806) 665-0905


Business Listing   Miller Insurance Agency Tresa Miller - Pampa, TX - Phone: 1 (806) 669-3062


Business Listing   Olson Insurance Agency - Pampa, TX - Phone: 1 (806) 665-3636


Business Listing   Pampa City - City Hall- Emergency Management - Pampa, TX - Phone: 1 (806) 669-5820


Business Listing   Pampa City - City Hall- Police Department - Pampa, TX - Phone: 1 (806) 669-5700


Business Listing   Pampa City - Fire Department- Fire- Central Station - Pampa, TX - Phone: 1 (806) 669-5800


Business Listing   Pampa City - Fire Marshal- City Hall- Municipal Court - Pampa, TX - Phone: 1 (806) 669-5785


Business Listing   Pampa Fire Extinguisher Service - Pampa, TX - Phone: 1 (806) 665-2721


Business Listing   Pregnancy Support Center - Pampa, TX - Phone: 1 (806) 669-2229


Business Listing   Redeemed Hearts Christian Counseling Center - Pampa, TX - Phone: 1 (806) 688-0096


Business Listing   Royse- Kenneth DVM - Pampa, TX - Phone: 1 (806) 665-2255


Business Listing   Sam White Insurance Unlimited - Pampa, TX - Phone: 1 (806) 669-7331


Business Listing   Sieck Kevin MD - Pampa, TX - Phone: 1 (806) 665-0801



Business Listing   Texas State - Public Safety Department- Drivers License Service - Pampa, TX - Phone: 1 (806) 665-7160


Business Listing   Tralee Crisis Center - Pampa, TX - Phone: 1 (806) 669-1131


Business Listing   Tralee Crisis Center for Women Inc - Resale Shop - Pampa, TX - Phone: 1 (806) 669-1611


Business Listing   United Medicorp Inc - Pampa, TX - Phone: 1 (806) 669-9223


Business Listing   Whitney Insurance Agency - Pampa, TX - Phone: 1 (806) 665-2221


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Helpful Definition for: Health Services

Health services in Pampa include the diagnosis, treatment and prevention of disease, illness, injury, and other physical and mental impairments in humans, delivered by practitioners mostly belonging to the fields of medicine, chiropractic, dentistry, nursing, pharmacy & allied health.

The particular sectors associated with these services are: biotechnology, diagnostic substances, drug delivery, drug manufacturers, hospitals, medical equipment, instruments and diagnostic laboratories. Health services primarily consist of hospital activities, medical and dental practice activities, and other human health activities. The health services provided by human health activities in Pampa mainly involve optometry, hydrotherapy, medical massage, yoga therapy, music therapy, occupational therapy, speech therapy, chiropody, homeopathy, chiropractics & acupuncture.

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