Conveniently located throughout the Houston metropolitan area, our clinics are equipped with state-of-the-art digital x-ray and laboratory equipment.
All other clinics are open from 8 am - 9 pm daily.
For patients with insurance, we accept all major insurance plans including Medicare and traditional Medicaid.
When a sudden illness or injury strikes, where do you turn if your doctor isn’t available? Just walk into any Urgent Clinics Medical Care location, and receive fast, qualified and affordable urgent medical care in a convenient, state-of-the-art facility. All clinics are staffed with experienced and licensed healthcare professionals. No appointment is necessary, and walk-ins are welcome.
My husband was seen this morning for strep throat. There was no wait, and the staff was very friendly! He was brought back directly to the exam room and received a shot and a prescription. Less than 6 hours later and he is already feeling much better. Thank you, Urgent Clinics Medical Care for taking such good care of him. We will definitely be back!
When I was injured during a weekend dance rehearsal, Urgent Clinics Medical Care saw me immediately, x-rayed my knee and stabilized my condition until I was able to see an orthopedic surgeon during normal business hours. I was thankful to have them as an option to an emergency room. They saved time and money during a very stressful time.
This place was pretty awesome. Went in for a minor infection. They were pretty busy. Was in and out and treated in about 45 minutes total. Front desk was nice, nurse was nice, and Dr. Monica seemed to be well knowledgeable, kind, and prompt. No complaints what so ever.
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