McKinney Urgent Care & COVID-19 Testing
Mon – Sat: 8am – 8pm
Sun: 12pm – 8pm
Our McKinney location serves…
McKinney, Allen, Frisco, Fairview, Prosper, and the surrounding cities and communities in Collin County. We are located off of Custer Rd. and Virginia Pkwy. in front of The Home Depot, near Taco Bell.
Almost never a wait!
In-Network with many major Insurances – including Medicare and Tricare!
An Urgent Care Clinic in McKinney, TX
and Neighboring Communities
CommunityMed Urgent Care is thankful to serve McKinney, Texas, and the surrounding communities! We provide quality urgent care testing and/or treatment for non-life-threatening injuries and illnesses. It’s our top priority to deliver expert medical care and to treat each patient as if they were a family member of ours. All of our locations, including our McKinney Urgent Care clinic, are open late and weekends with little to no wait! Although appointments are highly encouarged. However, walk-ins are welcome making it easier to get the care you need, exactly when you need it.
At CommunityMed Urgent Care, patients are seen by our friendly, highly experienced medical team. Cost is the same or slightly more than a regular doctor’s office and we are up to ten times less expensive than an Emergency Room for comparable services. We’re more convenient and affordable solution than the emergency room for people seeking medical attention for non-life-threatening injuries and illnesses. Common services we provide include:
- COVID Testing
- TB tests
- Pregnancy tests
- Strep tests
- Flu tests
- STD tests
- Drug tests
- Allergy treatments
- DOT Physicals
Prompt medical services are right here at CommunityMed Urgent Care. We are honored to serve McKinney, Allen, Fairview, Frisco, Prosper and surrounding cities and communities!
What is urgent care?
Urgent care clinics are healthcare centers that offer fast care for injuries or illnesses that are not serious enough to go to an emergency room. They allow patients to be seen with little or no wait, and without the high cost of an ER visit.
Oftentimes, you can check in online to get in line and some places like CommunityMed offer a virtual waiting room to minimize your time in the office.
Urgent care clinics treat a range of acute conditions. Common illnesses and injuries treated include cuts and broken bones, diarrhea, nausea, urinary infections, rashes, strep, flu or other infections.
Do I need to schedule an appointment in advance at an urgent care clinic?
No, walk-ins are welcome. Some urgent care clinics allow you to schedule online, which also allows you to get your place in line sooner.
Do urgent care clinics take Medicare/Medicaid?
Of the government insurance options, our Arlington clinic is in network with Medicare and Tricare. However, we are not in network for Medicaid.
How is urgent care different from emergency care?
Urgent care clinics handle issues that require immediate care but aren’t necessarily life-threatening, such as lacerations, broken bones, colds, asthma, allergies, pink eye, and other minor ailments. Urgent care clinics also offer diagnostic testing for COVID, strep throat and flu.
Emergency rooms handle true medical emergencies, including conditions such as heart attacks, seizures or loss of consciousness, overdose, trauma or severe pain.