Cleburne: 1208 W Henderson St
Lancaster: 1450 Pleasant Run Rd
Cleburne Primary Care: 111 Hyde Park Blvd (closed wknd)
Walk-In Hours: Mon-Sat: 8am-8pm Sun: 11am-7pm
Adult & Pediatric Urgent Care
Tel: 682.317.1193 | Fax: 682.317.1194
Mon - Fri: 8am - 5pm
QUALITY, CONVENIENT, AFFORDABLE MEDICAL CARE
In Cleburne, Texas
You deserve high-quality, convenient medical care—all in a clean and inviting environment. We offer a wide array of medical, diagnostic, and therapeutic services for pediatrics, adults, and seniors–from simple colds to DOT and School Physicals, and even allergies. We’ve got you covered. We accept all major insurances, including Medicaid and VA. We offer walk-in or same-day appointments, so you can get the care you need when you need it.
Open 7 days
Accepting all major
No appointment needed
We accept the following insurance plans. If you don’t see your insurance plan listed above, please call us at 682.301.3400 and we’ll be happy to work with you to determine your benefits eligibility. We offer very affordable out-of-pocket rates for those without insurance.
This was my second time here, I never had any issues. I just walked in.. and waited for a few. I mean it's a Drs office. You typically have to wait to be seen. iv never been somewhere that you don't??? lol Even in an emergency room. Anyways.. Great experience throughout the whole office! :) - Taylor Harman - Google
MEDICAL SERVICES & TREATMENTS
Fort Worth, Texas
Children, Adults, & Seniors
We're here to care for your family’s urgent care needs - from the flu to broken bones, immunization and sports physicals for kids to diabetes care for seniors. We've got your whole family's health and wellness covered.
Cold, Flu, Illnesses, & Injuries - Test & Treatment
Colds, Flu, COVID-19, Strep Throat, Sinus Infections, Bronchitis. Ear Infections, Gastrointestinal illnesses, Hand, Foot, and Mouth disease, Lyme disease, Pinkeye, Respiratory illnesses, and Sexually Transmitted Diseases (STDs). Also injuries, like sprains & strains, bites & burns, breaks & bruises, cuts & scrapes, eye injuries, and joint dislocation. broken bones, pains, & headaches. No matter the illness, we’ve got you covered.
Full Medicaid Credential
Urgent Care TX is proud to be one of the only Urgent Cares in Fort Worth to accept Medicaid, so do not put your family's health on hold and come in to get the best medical care.
Flu & Vaccination
Vaccinations* are an important part of maintaining health and protecting yourself from contagious diseases.
At Urgent Care TX, we offer many common adult vaccines that you need. These include: Td (tetanus and diphtheria)
Tdap (tetanus, diphtheria, acellular pertussis/whooping cough vaccine), MMR (measles, mumps, rubella), Hepatitis B, & Hepatitis A.
X-Ray, Labs, Testing
In addition to immediate care for non-critical injuries and illnesses, Urgent Care TX in Fort WorthTexas provide onsite digital X-rays and lab services for one-stop convenience. In fact, our wide range of diagnostic services is available for extended hours, 7 days a week. Whether you need blood work, a foot, lung, chest, or other digital X-ray, our quick diagnostic services ensure that you get the care you need, right when it’s needed—no appointment necessary. We’ll even forward your electronic medical records to a specialist or other provider with your express written permission and under strict privacy guidelines. Urgent Care TX's complete range of lab and X-ray services include Digital X-rays, Rapid flu, strep & mono tests, Confidential STD testing, Urinalysis, Pregnancy testing, TB PPD skin Test & Drug screens (urine & hair).
Military & Veterans Affairs (VA)
Urgent Care TX is proud to be a VA Authorized Urgent Care Provider in Fort Worth. We also accept Tricare and TriWest. With comprehensive health and wellness services, Urgent Care TX is proud to serve the Service Men and Women and their families with their medical needs.
Camps, Schools, & Sports Physicals
At Urgent Care TX, we offer convenient and affordable camp, school, or sports physicals* for your child athlete or camper, ages 6 and up. No appointment is needed, sports physicals from Urgent Care TX couldn’t be easier. Whether your child is getting ready for sports, school, or camp, a physical is the first step in making sure they’re healthy and ready for any activity.
Texas is beautiful and green most of the time – it's spring all around, flowers are blooming and you can’t stop sneezing. You might have allergies. If seasonal symptoms are bringing you down, your Urgent Care TX medical teams in Fort Worth, Cleburne & Lancaster, Texas are ready to help you start feeling better. Allergies start when your immune system mistakes a normal, everyday substance for a dangerous intruder in your body. Your system responds by attacking the intruder, or allergen. The body will produce histamines, which create allergy symptoms. Allergies can range from mild to severe and can produce minor irritation or result in anaphylactic shock, a life-threatening condition. We offer comprehensive allergy testing and treatments to help you enjoy beautiful Texas outdoors.
Pre-operative or Pre-surgical Physical Examination
A pre-operative physical examination is performed upon the request of a surgeon to ensure that a patient is healthy enough to safely undergo anesthesia and surgery. This evaluation usually includes a physical examination, cardiac evaluation, lung function assessment, and appropriate laboratory tests. Walk-in or call for same-day for your pre-operative physical exam in Fort Worth, Cleburne or Lancaster.
Bites & Rashes
We Texans love the outdoors. If you are heading out to the lake, beach, camping, or to a cookout at your neighbors, more likely than not, you will likely have a run-in with the creepy insects, ticks, spiders, or Poison Ivy. In many cases, bites cause irritation but are generally harmless. In some cases, a reaction could become a lot worse like rash, swelling, Infection, or Fever & Chills. That's when you should seek medical treatment right away.
What is an Urgent Care?
Urgent Care is for the diagnosis and treatment of medical conditions which are serious or acute but pose no immediate threat to life and health but which require medical attention within 24 hours.