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Melissa Urgent Care
Mon – Sat: 8am – 8pm | Sun: 12pm – 8pm
Our Melissa location serves…
Melissa, North McKinney, Anna, Bonham, Van Alstyne, Blue Ridge, Trenton, Sherman and many of the towns in the North Collin County area. We are located between Pizza Hut (just north of Melissa City Hall) and Melissa Family Dental.
Almost never a wait!
In-Network with many major Insurances – including Medicare and Tricare!
An Urgent Care Clinic in Melissa, TX and
CommunityMed Urgent Care is proud to serve the community of Melissa, Texas, and surrounding cities by providing quality urgent care for virtually all non-life-threatening injuries and illnesses. Our primary goal is to deliver expert medical care and to treat each patient as if they were a member of our own family. We are proud to offer night and weekend availability as well as short wait times, making it easier than you could have ever imagined to get the care you need, exactly when you need it!
At CommunityMed Urgent Care, our patients are seen by friendly, highly experienced medical professionals. We’re the more convenient and affordable solution over the emergency room for people seeking medical attention for non-life-threatening injuries and illnesses.
Common services we provide include:
- Blood tests
- Pregnancy tests
- Strep tests
- Flu tests
- TB tests
- STD tests
- Drug tests
- Allergy treatments
In addition to urgent care, our clinic in Melissa, TX, also provides family medicine services.
All in all, turning to CommunityMed for a non-life-threatening injury or illness means you’ll receive the answers you seek and the treatment you need in an efficient and thorough manner.
When you need prompt medical services, turn to CommunityMed Urgent Care.
Contact us today for help finding the location nearest you in Melissa, TX, or a nearby area.
What is urgent care?
Urgent care centers allow people to receive same-day medical care quickly through online check-ins with little to no wait. They can address minor ailments like viral and bacterial infections, lacerations, sprains and broken bones for less money than a trip to the emergency room.
How long is wait time at urgent care clinics?
The Urgent Care Association of America reports that 92% of patients experience wait times of 30 minutes or less. You can check in online and fill out our paperwork virtually to further reduce your wait time at our clinics.
How is urgent care different from emergency room care?
Texas requires all emergency rooms to operate 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, while urgent care clinics are allowed to set their own hours. Urgent care visits are less expensive on average and are appropriate if you have an ailment that isn’t immediately life-threatening. It’s best to seek urgent care for broken bones, allergies, cuts, flu and other minor sicknesses. Go to an emergency room if you experience things like trauma, seizures, heart attacks or severe pain.
Do urgent care clinics accept my insurance?
If you are unsure if an urgent care clinic accepts your insurance, confirm with your insurance provider by giving the number on the back of your insurance card a call. Confirm whether your carrier considers the clinic to be in network or out of network. CommunityMed is in network with Tricare, Medicare and plans from most large insurers.