Melissa Hwy 121 Urgent Care &
Mon – Sat: 8am – 8pm | Sun: 12pm – 8pm
Mon – Sat: 8am – 8pm
Sun: 12pm – 8pm
Our Melissa Hwy 121 location serves…
Melissa, North McKinney, Anna, Bonham, Van Alstyne, Blue Ridge, Trenton, Sherman and many of the towns in North Collin County. Located across Hwy 121 from the CVS Pharmacy and next to Wingstop.
Almost never a wait!
In-Network with many major Insurances – including Medicare and Tricare!
An Urgent Care Clinic in Melissa, TX and
We are conveniently located in Melissa, TX just off of Highway 121 at Melissa Rd., behind Taco Bell, Burger King and Braum’s.
Our urgent care clinic treats each patient like a member of our own family, delivering expert care in a personalized environment. We’re open nights and weekends for your convenience. Our short wait times mean it’s easy to get the care you need, when you need it.
At CommunityMed Urgent Care, our staff consists of friendly and experienced medical professionals.
As a walk-in clinic, we’re more affordable than an emergency room for people who need medical attention for non-life-threatening injuries and illnesses.
Common services we provide include:
- COVID tests
- Blood tests
- Pregnancy tests
- Strep tests
- Flu tests
- TB tests
- STD tests
- Drug tests
- Allergy treatments
You can rely of CommunityMed for a non-life-threatening injury or illness. Get the answers you seek and the treatment you need quickly and effectively.
Contact us today for help finding the location nearest you in Melissa, TX, or a nearby area.
What is urgent care?
Often called walk-in clinics, an urgent care centers lets you get medical care quickly, without waiting days or weeks. Our clinic offers same-day medical care with little to no wait. You can also schedule your appointment online.
Urgent care clinics treat minor ailments such as infections, cuts, sprains and broken bones. They are also an affordable option, costing less than a visit to the emergency room.
How long is wait time at urgent care clinics?
Usually not too long. Most patients are in and out under an hour, including time waiting to see a medical provider. However, it could be even less if you secure your spot in line before arriving at the clinic with our online scheduling.
How is urgent care different from emergency room care?
Emergency rooms handle potentially life-threatening medical emergencies, including conditions such as heart attacks, seizures or loss of consciousness, overdose, trauma or severe pain.
Do urgent care clinics accept my insurance?
It’s very likely that we do accept your medical insurance. We accept Medicare, Tricare and the majority of the major insurance carriers. Call your insurance provider if you have questions to confirm that we are in network so your co-pay is what you expect it to be. If we are out of network, we can still provide care but your bill will likely be higher than your normal co-pay.