Frequently Asked Questions
What is the difference between a primary care clinic and an urgent care center?
A primary care clinic will provide ongoing management of illnesses and preventive care. An urgent care center can provide immediate treatment for non-life-threatening medical conditions outside of regular doctor office hours.
What types of medical services are offered at your walk-in clinic in Lantana, TX?
Urgent Care services offered at our walk-in clinic in Lantana, TX, include (but are not limited to) stitches, COVID-19 testing, and treatment for UTIs, Strep, Flu, Bronchitis, Rashes, Bites, and more!
What are the primary care services offered at your clinic in McKinney, TX?
Urgent care clinics treat a range of acute conditions. Services offered at our McKinney clinic include treatment for common illnesses, cuts, and broken bones, diarrhea, nausea, urinary infections, rashes, strep, flu, or other infections. We provide quality urgent care testing and/or treatment for non-life-threatening injuries and illnesses.
What is the role of a primary care physician in maintaining my overall health?
A primary care physician can play a vital role in maintaining your overall health. They can help you stay healthy by identifying disease risk factors and providing disease prevention measures. They will coordinate and manage any chronic disease care for longevity and a better quality of life.
When should I consider going to an urgent care center instead of the emergency room?
When you require immediate medical attention, with a life-threatening health condition, then the emergency room is the best option. If you have a minor illness or injury that can’t wait for your primary doctor visit, then you should consider going to an urgent care clinic.