Cross Roads Urgent Care & COVID-19 Testing
Mon – Sat: 8am – 8pm | Sun: 12pm – 8pm
Our Cross Roads location serves…
Cross Roads, Aubrey, Krugerville, Pilot Point, Oak Point, North Denton, Savannah, Providence Village, Little Elm and many North Collin County Communities. Our Cross Roads clinic is located near Walmart (Hwy 380 just east of 424).
Almost never a wait!
In-Network with many major Insurances – including Medicare and Tricare!
An Urgent Care Clinic In Cross Roads, TX
and Neighboring Communities
We care for citizens in area towns and nearby communities at Cross Roads Urgent Care Clinic. The clinic is operated by CommunityMed Family Urgent Care, which operates walk-in clinics in growing communities throughout North Texas. The clinic opened in August 2018 to serve residents in the area. Our highly trained team members provide quality urgent care every day for anyone who comes in with injuries that aren’t life threatening and illnesses like colds and flu.
Our goal every day to deliver quality medical care for each individual. We treat every patient as though they were our own family members. The clinic is open late and on weekends for your convenience. Also, we strive to keep wait times to a minimum. We believe that getting health care when you need should be easy and convenient.
Cross Road Urgent Care Clinic is considered in-network for most major insurance providers. This includes both Medicare and Tricare. For your convenience, we also provide cash-pay options.
You will be seen quickly by friendly, highly trained medical professionals. When you have a minor injury or illness, we’re more convenient and affordable than heading to an emergency room.
Common services we provide include:
- Blood tests
- Pregnancy tests
- Strep tests
- Flu tests
- TB tests
- STD tests
- Drug tests
- Allergy treatments
- DOT Physicals
When you have an injury and illness that requires immediate treatment, turn to Cross Roads Urgent Care (CommunityMed) for efficient quality care. Our staff will take time to answer any questions that you may have. When you turn to Cross Roads, you get the immediate attention and medical care you need.
Cross Roads Urgent Care offers the best urgent healthcare services in North Texas. You’ll be greeted and cared for by efficient, friendly staff. Operated by CommunityMed Urgent Care, the clinic is locally owned and operated. When you need urgent care quickly, come into our walk-in clinic. We pride ourselves on providing quality care for the communities we are involved in.
Do urgent care clinics take my insurance?
We take most major insurance carriers, including Medicare and Tricare. If you are unsure about your insurance, please call your insurance provider and ask whether we are considered “in network.” Your co-pay will depend on your health insurance plan and whether an urgent care clinic is part of your insurance provider’s network. There are insurance plans that we are not in-network with but do accept and bill. If you have questions, call number on back of insurance card.
How long is your wait time?
While wait times depend on each clinic, our average visit time for patients is less than an hour, including the wait. We also allow you to check in online and complete your paperwork prior to arrival, which can reduce or eliminate your wait time.
How is urgent care different from emergency room care?
Emergency room visits are significantly more expensive than a visit to an urgent care clinic. The average ER visit in 2017 cost $1,389. That compares to roughly $100 to $250 for urgent care clinics. Go to urgent care clinics when you need medical treatment and aren’t in immediate danger, like if you had a sprain or think you have the flu. However, if you fear for your life or if you suspect you’ve had a life-threatening event like a heart attack or stroke, head to the emergency room.
Do I need an appointment for urgent care?
We welcome walk-ins and no appointments are needed. However, scheduling online allows you to secure a spot in the queue, and you can provide necessary information before visiting the clinic.