Flu Shots now available.  Adult walk-in clinics available.

Our New Patient Portal is replacing our MyADC system.  Please use this new portal for future access to your medical records.To view our new portal visit ADClinic.com/patient-portal

Need help with the portal?  Click Read More below or call 512-901-7887, Mon – Fri, 8:00 am to 5:00 pm

ADC is pleased to announce that our primary care providers now offer online appointments for established patients.   New to ADC?  Please call 512-901-1111 to schedule your appointment today.

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Stay healthy and safe with these tips from ADC providers for attending ACL Fest in October.  And, if you need care for dehydration, sunburns, sprains or strains, ADC Urgent Care is available in north and south Austin both weekends.  Contact our Call Center 24/7 at 512-901-1111 for more information.

ADC Endocrinology welcomes Linda Meyers, MD to the North clinic.  Her office is located on the 3rd floor, north entrance. Dr. Meyers is scheduling new patients now at 512-901-4055.

Dr. J. Adrian Dennington joins the Family Practice team at ADC Circle C.  Now scheduling new patient appointments at 512-901-1111.

Don’t wait until August! Schedule your camp, school and sport physicals now!

ADC pediatricians are scheduling sports physicals for student athletes, band and campers.  Bring your completed forms to your pediatric visit.  Need your district’s form?  You can download them here too!

Planning to buy a new pair of sunglasses for your summer trip or activities?

Sunglasses offer more than style. They also protect your eyes from damage caused by the sun.

ADC’s Optical Shop offers prescription and non-prescription summer eyewear.

ADC Family Practice Cedar Park.  Call 512-901-1111 or click to schedule an appointment.

Audiology specialists know hearing loss affects people of all ages and can make a big impact on how people communicate and function in their everyday lives.   Click to learn more.

A sudden sneeze or laughter can cause it to happen.   25 million people in the U.S., 25% of men and 75% of women have it.

Urinary incontinence or loss of bladder control. Too often, people will wait years before seeing a health care provider for incontinence.

But with diagnosis and treatment, urinary incontinence can be controlled and you can get back to doing what you love.