FAQ

Primary care clinics are designed to provide treatment for non-life threatening medical needs. In the event of a medical emergency, dial 911 immediately.

At any of our Texas Primary Care Clinics, patients can expect to be able to receive preventative medicine, health screenings and health education. Primary care physicians can diagnose and treat minor injuries and illnesses, and provide referrals for advanced treatment if needed.

Most insurance is accepted, but it is not required.

Primary care is designed to operate as the first point of contact for any non-life threatening medical needs. Anything from preventative care to treating and diagnosing minor injuries and illnesses. Patients will first visit their primary care provider to learn more about their specific medical need. In the event of a more serious medical issue, their primary care physician can advise them on next steps and provide appropriate referrals to a patient if needed.

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