For more than three decades, Children's Memorial Hermann Hospital has provided the highest level of care to children and women across the region. This type of pediatric care is now available on demand with our Children's Memorial Hermann-GoHealth pediatric urgent care center in West University. We offer in-center care, as well as pediatric Virtual Urgent Care visits every day, including holidays.
Urgent care in West University (Pediatrics)
Closed until 8:00 am
mon - sun8:00 am - 8:00 pm
We're located on W. Holcombe Blvd. next to Memorial Hermann Medical Group and Children’s Memorial Hermann Pediatric physician offices.
Vaccines, tests and specialties
Treating babies 1 week and up
COVID-19 Rapid Antigen
Results in approx. 15 minutes
Pediatric Flu Shot
For ages 6 months-2 years
For ages 2-65
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Children's Memorial Hermann-GoHealth Urgent Care
COVID-19 testing available
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.
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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