Princeton Urgent Care
Mon – Sat: 8am – 8pm | Sun: 12pm – 8pm
Our Princeton location serves…
Princeton, Farmersville, Copeville, East McKinney, Lowry Crossing, New Hope, Merit and the surrounding areas. We are located off of Hwy 380 across from Walmart and next to Starbucks.
Almost never a wait!
In-Network with many major Insurances – including Medicare and Tricare!
Princeton Urgent Care Clinic for Locals and Neighboring Communities
CommunityMed Urgent Care and Family Care is proud serve Princeton, Texas and the surrounding cities! Our Princeton Urgent Care clinic opened in December of 2017 off of Hwy 380 – across the highway from Walmart. Our clinic is in the heart of Princeton and we are honored to be a part of the growing city. We will continue to serve the North Texas area by providing quality urgent care for virtually all non-life-threatening injuries and illnesses. Our new clinic serves Princeton as well as Farmersville, Lowry Crossing, New Hope, East McKinney, Copeville and surrounding communities.
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.
We are in-network with most major insurances – including Medicare and Tricare – and have cash-pay options available!
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
- DOT Physicals
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.
Does urgent care accept Medicare/Medicaid?
Check with your insurance to see if urgent care clinics are in network. We accept Medicare and Tricare at our Princeton location, but we are not in network with Medicaid.
What insurance do urgent care centers accept?
We are in network with most private major insurance carriers, Tricare and Medicare. Confirm that with your health insurance company if you are wondering if your specific plan is covered. It is important to find out from your insurance company if our clinic is considered in network or out of network because that will affect your co-pay and final bill amount.
How long is wait time at urgent care clinics?
Almost all patients (92%) experience wait times of 30 minutes or less, according to the Urgent Care Association of America, however it differs from clinic to clinic. To cut down your wait time, check in and provide your information from the comfort of your own home.
How is urgent care different from an emergency room?
There are many differences, including cost, treatments available and hours of operation. Urgent care is suitable for immediate needs that aren’t considered life-threatening like cuts, allergies, pink eye, sprains and broken bones, simple diagnostic tests and infections. Emergency rooms are staffed with doctors and nurses trained in emergency care and are equipped to treat more serious conditions and true emergencies like strokes, heart attacks, loss of consciousness and trauma. Also, emergency rooms are open 24/7, where urgent care clinics set their own hours.