ADC to open 2 new clinics in fall 2011

Westlake and Circle C locations will replace office near South Austin Hospital.

brown brick building with parking lot

The Cielo Center

This fall, The Austin Diagnostic Clinic will open two new facilities, bringing a combination of primary and specialty care to neighborhoods in Westlake and Circle C. ADC Cielo will be located in Cielo 3 at 360 and Westlake Drive, while ADC Parkside will open as part of a new construction project at MoPac and Slaughter, in the new Parkside Village near Circle C.

“These two new locations will help us deliver a mix of primary and specialty health care to growing neighborhoods in South Austin,” says Paul Moore, M.D., chair of the ADC Board of Directors.

The two new facilities replace an existing ADC location at 4315 James Casey Blvd., near South Austin Hospital.

ADC Cielo will offer specialty care as well as lab services. Medical specialties at the new location will include Internal Medicine, Rheumatology, Dermatology, Endocrinology, Gastroenterology, Nephrology, and Urology. In addition, ADCs Health Risk Management will provide weight loss programs at the Cielo location.

drawing of new facility

Clinic rendering

ADC Parkside will focus on primary care, with Family Practice, Pediatrics, and Allergy available at the new clinic. In addition, ADC will offer an EasyCare Clinic at ADC Parkside, providing walk-in care seven days a week, with after-hours care on weekdays until 8 p.m. and weekend hours from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. The Parkside location will also offer lab and x-ray services.

ADC Parkside will be a one-story, 13,500-square-foot facility. ADC Cielo will be located on the first floor of Building Three, Cielo Center, and will be 9,000 square feet.