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M. Jane Wray, MD, PhD
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We had a significant outbreak of influenza last year.  Our vaccine was weakly effective.  The way the vaccine is prepared is by studying the past history and looking at influenza in the Southern Hemisphere where winter is occurring.  An unexpected virus attacked our hemisphere.  The viruses also can change so that the vaccine does not affect them.  This vaccine had a 30% effectiveness against the virus.  Even in this case, the vaccine can decrease the symptoms of the flu.

Flu is a disease that should not be taken lightly.  It killed 11,000 people in Texas alone last year.  Most people who die are the elderly people, those who are immune-suppressed,  and young children. 
I hear a lot of reasons why people decline vaccination.  One is that it gives me the flu.  The vaccine is a killed virus, so it cannot give anyone the flu.  It can cause fever and illness for a few days, and for some people this can be a problem.  They do not get the severe coughing and pain of the flu.  The other most common reason is that they have never had the flu.  Even though they may have been lucky, any time a flu can come through to which they have no immunity.  The severe flu out break of 1918 affected most of the people and many of them died including young, healthy people in their 20's.  The CDC is very concerned that there will be another outbreak of flu that kills easily. 
I highly recommend that you get a flu shot!

Present Information on Dr. Wray's Practice

There have been some changes in the Practice Locations for Dr. Wray.  She now works on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday at 3 different locations.  She does general pediatrics, endocrinology, diabetes, and treatment of transgender patients.  All the clinics are in the Community Health Centers of South Central Texas.  Her locations and days are:

Luling Community Health Center on Mondays 9-5.  511 S. Laurel Ave, Luling, TX 78648   Phone 830 875 6399     Fax 830 875 6398
     Dr. Wray's MA:  Kenisha Moore;  Clinic Manager:  Priscilla Estrada

Family Health Center at Elgin   Tuesday and Wednesday 9-5.  902 W. 2nd St., Elgin, TX 78621 Phone 512 229 3334  Fax 512 229 3336
    Dr. Wray's MA:  Janis Nunez:  Clinic Manager:  Jessica Lopez

Bastrop Community Health Center  Tuesday 9-12 every weekly,  275 Jackson St. Bastrop, TX  78602   Phone 512 321 7137  Fax 512 321 7133
   Dr. Wray's MA:  Marie Bermudez;  Clinic Manager:  Gena Zamora

Services by Dr. Wray:
1.  General Pediatrics from birth to age 25
2.  Pediatric Endocrinology which includes hormone problems from birth to age 25
3.  Diabetes both Type 1 and Type 2 from birth to age 25
4.  Transgender hormone treatment including hormone therapy for transition and puberty blockers in pre-teen children

The clinics are integrated with behavior health through Bluebonnet Trails and dentistry.

You may email Dr. Wray at wrayj@chcsct.com if you have questions


~Healing and disease prevention through life style and  hormone balance~


We are always honored to serve you and your family and friends.  There is a full range of services at our clinic including family practice, pediatrics, women's services, counselling, behavioral health, and dental services. 

Dr. Jane Wray is Board Certified in Pediatrics as well as Board Certified in Endocrinology.  She is presently practicing general pediatrics plus pediatric endocrinology and diabetes 1 day a week.  She has had 30 years of active experience in the health needs of children adolescents and young adults.  She is also the Chief Medical Officer for the 5 clinics in the Community Health Centers of South Central Texas.

Dr. Wray is married with 2 adult children.  She loves raising chickens, star gazing, and reading many different type of books.  

Luling Community Health Center
115 South Laurel
Luling, TX 78648
Phone: 830-875-6399

Fax: 830-875-6398

Family Health Center at Elgin
902 W 2nd St.
Elgin, TX 78621
Phone: 512 229 3334
Fax: 512 229 3336
Providers at this location:
  • M. Jane Wray, MD, PhD

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General Practice Info

Dr. Wray commonly treats:  Any General Pediatric Illness or Does Referrals 

  • Adrenal Gland problems
  • Thyroid Gland problems
  • Calcium-related problems
  • Hypoglycemia of hormonal origin
  • Type 1 Diabetes and Type 2 Diabetes
  • High blood pressure of hormonal origin
  • Sex Hormones Production inadequacies
  • Pituitary Gland or Hypothalamus problems
  • Growth or Pubertal Development problems
  • Intersex problems of children and young adults
  • Hormone problems associated with syndromes such as Turner’s syndrome, Down’s syndrome, Noonan’s syndrome, or McCune Albright syndrome.

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Office Hours
Dr. Wray has clinic hours at Luling Community Health Center on Monday from 8-5.  Despite having 1 day, patients can be scheduled for an appointment within a week.  She is available 24 hours a day at 830-875-6399.

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Insurances Accepted
  • BCBS
  • United
  • Humana
  • Aetna
  • Great West
  • Superior (CHIP/Medicaid)
  • Medicaid (TMHP, Amerigroup, Everclear, PCCM)
  • PHCS insurances
  • Most other insurances, the clinic will not turn anyone away
  • Sliding scale available

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