Do you find yourself looking for more information about the healthcare environment within a city you live in, considering moving to, or even just visiting? We find it’s helpful to better understand the healthcare providers - particularly urgent care centers since you can just walk-in without an appointment - in an area and how to find one when you need them. In the city guides below, we go deep into each of the markets to explore the provider make-up, identify prevalent insurance carries in the market, list the highest rated walk-in clinics, and more.

  • Dallas is the 9th largest city and one of the most saturated urgent care markets in the U.S. In fact, there are nearly 300 walk-in clinics in the DFW area, including surrounding cities of Fort Worth, Arlington, Irving, Plano, and more.

  • Denver, more than 600,000 residents, boasts a variety of healthcare options, including some of the most recognized urgent care operators in the country including NextCare, Concentra, AFC Urgent Care and CareNow, serving walk-in patients with non-emergency needs.

  • The Big Apple is the largest city in the United States and boasts one of the most robust healthcare markets. The urgent care and walk-in clinic ecosystem is no different featuring hundreds of clinics by CityMD, ProHEALTH, GoHealth, Westmed Urgent Care, PM Pediatrics and others.

  • Phoenix is the 6th largest cities and one of the most saturated urgent care markets in the U.S. In fact, there are nearly 300 walk-in clinics in the valley, including surrounding cities of Scottsdale, Glendale, Paradise Valley, Mesa and more.

  • As the unquestioned epicenter of the Pacific Northwest, Seattle is a leader in just about every category, including healthcare. Urgent care is no different, offering patients walk-in clinics operated by MultiCare, ZOOM+Care, Swedish, and Kaiser Permanente, amongst others.