Whether you need a COVID-19 test for travel requirements or because you aren’t feeling well, we offer rapid antigen testing 7 days a week. For COVID-19 testing, save your spot online, walk-in or schedule a Virtual Urgent Care visit with one of our providers.
Urgent care in Greater Heights
Closed until 8:00 am
mon - fri8:00 am - 8:00 pm
sat - sun9:00 am - 5:00 pm
We're located south of 610 North on the access road between Yale and Main St.
Vaccines, tests and specialties
COVID-19 Rapid Antigen
Results in approx. 15 minutes
For ages 2-65
High Dose Flu Shot
For ages 65+
Pediatric Flu Shot
For ages 6 months-2 years
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COVID-19 testing available
Insurance and pricing in Texas
We are in-network with most major Texas and national insurance plans, and provide affordable same-day pricing for patients without insurance.
Insurance & pricing
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Online bill pay
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