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Urgent Care 101 for Dallas, TX

Healthcare stats, facts & trends in the Dallas-Fort Worth Area

  • Types of Walk-In Clinics in Dallas

    Urgent care fills a unique space in the health care industry between general medicine and emergency facilities. With emergency rooms often at capacity, patients were looking for places to get prompt care for conditions that are not life-threatening. That’s where urgent care clinics come in: to treat medical conditions that are not emergencies but can’t wait for a regular, scheduled appointment.

    That’s why urgent care does not require any appointments. You can access these medical services at any hour of the day or night (depending on the facility in question, of course). Urgent care does a huge service in relieving the pressure on hospital emergency rooms and helping patients avoid the higher fees of emergency services.

    There are a variety of walk-in medical clinics available to patients in Dallas. If you are looking for urgent care services in the city, it is a good idea to know which of these is the best choice for you.

    Dallas has a variety of urgent care services available to residents and visitors in the city:

    • Urgent Care Clinics. Urgent care clinics are under the supervision of either a doctor (who may divide his or her time between the urgent care clinic and a nearby hospital) or a registered nurse. Some of these are open 24 hours a day, while others have extended hours beyond those you might expect at a regular doctor’s office. These clinics offer immediate treatment for moderately serious conditions.
    • Retail Clinics. Retail clinics are located in a larger store, often a pharmacy chain like Walgreens, CVS, or Rite Aid. These employ a limited medical staff and offer limited services like flu shots, prescription medications, and throat swabs.
    • Primary Care Medical Facilities. Some primary care medical facilities have extended hours when patients can walk in for unscheduled visits.
    • Community or Charity Clinics. There are also a range of community or charity clinics in Dallas. Some of these are affiliated with a church or religious organization, while others are non-profits. These are designed to offer free or discounted medical services to uninsured persons or low-income individuals.
  • How to Select the Right Clinic

    Choosing the right medical clinic depends on a number of different factors. You should consider all the details before choosing where to seek treatment. Urgent care clinics are intended to treat only certain medical conditions, namely, those that do not require emergency care. However, individual urgent care facilities may have a predetermined list of conditions they are willing or able to treat. These services are usually listed on their website.

    Non-emergent, urgent medical conditions usually include sprains, allergic reactions, flu, or migraines. Some urgent care facilities also offer services like X-rays, pregnancy tests, physical exams, and blood work. Others may treat more serious illnesses and injuries like broken bones, strep throat, bronchitis, or moderately serious burns.

    If you go to an urgent care center with a condition that is too serious for their treatment, they will send you to an emergency room. If you do not receive actual treatment at the urgent care clinic, you will not be charged for it.

    If you are experiencing a life-threatening medical emergency, you should always head to the hospital. On the other hand, if you decide that urgent care is a good fit for your needs, you should consider a few things. These things will help you decide which individual clinic you should visit.

    Here are a few questions to ask yourself to help you choose where to seek treatment:

    • How close is the nearest clinic?
    • Does it accept my health insurance?
    • What medical personnel work there (i.e., nurses, lab techs, X-ray technicians)
    • What services does it offer?
    • What time is it open?
    • Do I have to call ahead or can I do a walk-in appointment?
    • What do people say online about the facility?

    Depending on the treatment that you need, these questions should help you decide where to go.

  • Highest Rated Urgent Care Centers in Dallas

    Online reviews are always a good place to start looking, even when it comes to health care. This list includes the top 10 highly rated urgent care in Dallas, according to verified clinic patients:

    1. Code 3 Urgent Care, Carrollton (4.9 stars from 211 ratings)
    2. Code 3 Urgent Care, DFW Airport Southgate Plaza (4.9 stars from 33 ratings)
    3. CityDoc Urgent Care, Inwood Village (4.9 stars from 1,981 ratings)
    4. CityDoc Urgent Care, Preston (4.8 stars from 403 ratings)
    5. Code 3 Urgent Care, Mesquite (4.8 stars from 388 ratings)
    6. Pediatric After Hours, Garland (4.8 stars from 4,249 ratings)
    7. CityDoc Urgent Care, Uptown (4.8 stars from 2,222 ratings)
    8. PrimaCare Medical Center, Plano (4.7 stars from 728 ratings)
    9. PrimaCare Medical Center, Dallas (4.7 stars from 993 ratings)
    10. PrimaCare Medical Center, Mesquite (4.7 stars from 1,737 ratings)

    as of February 7, 2019

  • Hours of Urgent Care in Dallas

    As with any urgent care facility, hours of operation vary from clinic to clinic in Dallas. Some urgent care clinics might be open 24 hours a day. Others offer extended hours – they might not be open all night, but they are open later into the evening when general practitioners are not. If they have the staff to do so, many will stay open throughout the night. But it largely depends on the clinic, so it is always a good idea to check the website before going in.

    Hillcrest Medical, for example, is open on weekdays from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. It also offers limited Saturday hours from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. Sinai Urgent Care, meanwhile, is open every day of the week from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. Methodist Urgent Care and both CityDoc locations offer Sunday hours.

  • Urgent Care Services and Costs

    Services vary between urgent care facilities. In general, you can probably bank on receiving treatments at any urgent care for conditions like flu, ear infections, sprains, or congestion. Certain facilities also offer other treatments depending on their staffing and resources. If you aren’t sure an urgent care center will treat your condition, you can always call ahead to ask.

    Sinai Urgent Care, for example, offers a large range of treatments. These include X-rays, broken bone care, lab testing, common infection treatment, and minor emergency care. It even offers pediatric care, which is significant, since many urgent care centers cannot accept infant patients. The CityDoc locations, meanwhile, offer treatments for minor burns, insect bites, bronchitis, pneumonia, broken bones, and non-cardiac chest pain.

    Costs also depend largely on the urgent care clinic itself. Some urgent care centers accept almost all major insurance plans, while others have a more limited range. That being said, urgent care is designed to offer lower-cost medical treatments than at traditional doctors’ offices. For low-income patients, many urgent cares even offer discounts or payment plans.

    Many urgent care clinics have itemized lists of treatment costs on their website. Treatments at Sinai Urgent Care, for example, range from $129 for simple care to $279 for more involved treatments. However, they also offer discounts. Walk-ins at CityDoc, meanwhile, pay a flat rate of $100.

  • Healthcare for Travelers in Dallas

    Dallas draws visitors from all over the world, averaging 2.9 million tourists annually. The city has a wide range of attractions, from historical sites to museums, restaurants, and shopping opportunities. The city is also home to five sports teams. So it’s no surprise that medical services are in high demand in Dallas.

    The good news is that there are also plenty of hotel rooms to spare. In fact, Dallas has roughly 30,000 available hotel rooms. Many of these are located just within a few miles of urgent care facilities.

  • Healthcare for Residents of Dallas

    With such an enormous population, Dallas has numerous other medical facilities. More than 1 million people reside in Dallas, attracted by the metropolitan area, exciting culture, and proud Texas heritage. That’s why the city is also home to some of the best medical facilities in the state.

    Dallas residents have lots of access to urgent care, but that’s not all. There are many pediatric urgent care facilities as well, including Sinai Urgent Care. Meanwhile, multiple universities also offer urgent and specialty care to Dallas residents.

    UT Southwestern Medical Center leads the region in research and offers care in more than 60 branches of specialty medicine. Meanwhile, Baylor University offers services in immunology, pediatric care, infectious diseases, physical therapy, sports medicine, and much more.

    There are also charity urgent care clinics through the city of Dallas. These  charity or non-profit organizations offer medical treatment to uninsured persons or low-income residents. Some offer free care, discounted treatment, or sliding-scale pay options. Citysquare, for example, is a non-profit group offering services in pediatrics, primary care, STD testing, and more. It only accepts uninsured patients and offers highly discounted services.

  • Hospitals in Dallas

    In addition to urgent care clinics, Dallas also has some of the best hospitals in the south. Here, patients get care in emergency services as well as hundreds of different specialties. If you need hospital care in Dallas, there are many options for you.

    Baylor University Medical Center offers a wide selection of care options for its patients. It has a highly rated emergency room and a team of doctors propelled by university-funded research. Baylor University Medical Center is a great choice if you need hospital care in Dallas.

    Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital also serves the Dallas area. It has a top-rated emergency care facility and trauma II center, and a comprehensive stroke care center. The hospital has also received high accolades for its treatment of patients experiencing heart failure. In addition to emergency care, Texas Health Presbyterian offers services in behavioral health, cancer management, hospice care, orthopedics, and robotic surgery.

    Promise Hospital of Dallas has many specialized care offerings for people in the city. A smaller hospital with 66 beds, it offers treatment for acute inpatient care. Patients at Promise Hospital of Dallas receive top-quality treatment in rehabilitation therapy, cardiopulmonary conditions, and wound care.

    When it comes to medical care in Dallas, there is no shortage of options. Whether you need urgent, emergent, or primary care, the city has services for you. From low-cost options to specialized treatment, you can find everything you need in the third largest city in Texas.

  • Neighborhoods in Dallas

    • Beckley Club Estates
    • Bent Tree
    • Bluffview
    • Casa Linda
    • Casa View
    • Central Dallas
    • Deep Ellum - Expo Park
    • Design District
    • Devonshire
    • Downtown
    • East Dallas
    • Eastwood
    • Far North Dallas
    • Forest Hills
    • Glen Abbey
    • Greenway Parks
    • Highland Park
    • Hillside
    • Hollywood Heights - Santa Monica
    • Kiestwood
    • Lake Highlands
    • Lake Park Estates
    • Lakewood
    • Lakewood Heights
    • Little Forest Hills
    • Lochwood
    • Love Field
    • Lower Greenville
    • M Streets - Vickery Place
    • Medical District
    • Midway Hollow
    • Mount Auburn
    • North Dallas
    • North Oak Cliff
    • Northaven Park
    • Northeast Dallas
    • Northwest Dallas
    • Northwood Hills - Valley View
    • Oak Cliff
    • Oak Lawn
    • Old East Dallas
    • Old Lake Highlands
    • Park Cities
    • Pleasant Grove
    • Preston Highlands
    • Preston Hollow
    • Preston Trail
    • Prestonwood
    • Ridgewood Park
    • South Dallas/Fair Park
    • Southeast Dallas
    • Southwest Dallas
    • The Peninsula
    • University Park
    • Uptown
    • West Dallas
    • Wilshire Heights
  • Zip Codes in Dallas

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STD Test Frequently Asked Questions

  • Where can I get a STD test in Dallas?

    Many Dallas-area urgent care centers, retail clinics, and primary care doctor offices are likely to offer STD testing. Other options could include community clinics or Planned Parenthood. While many times you can simply walk in to get an STD test, it is best to book an appointment online to reduce your wait time.

  • Where can I get a STD test after hours in Dallas?

    Outside routine work hours, most Dallas primary care doctor offices are closed, however, most of the area’s urgent care and retail clinics are open after hours and on weekends and could be a great option for getting an STD test. Book an after hours appointment today.

  • How can I book a STD test in Dallas?

    Same-day and next day appointments for STD tests are bookable directly through Solv. Simply search for a Dallas-area doctor, find a provider, and book a time that aligns with your schedule stating “STD test” as your reason for visit.

  • How much does STD testing cost?

    Depending on where you get your STD test, what type of test(s) you are getting, and whether or not you are insured, costs can vary. On average, most pay between $50-100 for initial testing if your insurance is accepted with your medical provider. Without insurance, clinics may charge a visit fee, as well as lab fees, with the combined total reaching up to $400 or higher for a complete STD test before prescription costs.

  • What is STD testing?

    A test for a sexually transmitted disease (or STD test) helps you determine whether you have an STD so you can receive treatment as early as possible and lower your risk for other medical conditions. They can screen for gonorrhea, genital herpes, and HIV, amongst others. Many STDs can cause serious health complications when left untreated and can lead to the development of other illnesses and diseases, so it is important to get tested early.

  • How does STD testing work?

    Different STDs require different tests, so a provider may recommend one or more STD tests. They usually start by gathering a details medical and sexual history, discussing any symptoms and your sexual activity, and then examining a person’s genitals. Based on what's learned, the doctor may take one or more sample for testing. Samples could consist of a blood sample, a urine sample, a swab of the inside of the mouth, and/or a swab from the genitals.

  • How long does STD testing take?

    STD tests can take as little as 2 or 3 days, or up to 10 depending on specific test that are being run. For instance, urine and swab tests typically take less time, whereas blood tests could take up to two weeks. It is also important to note that some clinics do not contact patients with negative results. Make sure to discuss the testing timeframe and communication protocols with your provider.

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