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Urgent Care

Satisfaction Rating

4.7 out of 5

Urgent Care Austin, TX

  • Same-day care, seven days a week*
    • Closed Thanksgiving, Christmas and New Year’s Day
  • Flu Shots – $40 for flu shot or we will file insurance for you.
    • Pediatric flu shot times – Monday-Friday 3pm to 8pm; Saturday-Sunday 9 am to 5pm
  • Immunizations for Adults
  • School Physicals:  We perform school and sport physicals 7 days a week.
  • NO ER or hospital deductible

Urgent Care is ADC’s same-day, after-hours and weekend clinic for anyone who needs to see a doctor quickly.  Our Urgent Care clinic recommends making an appointment, especially during flu season when walk-in wait times can be longer.  Call us anytime at 512-901-1111 to make an appointment for Urgent Care.

Offices in North and Southwest Austin

Appointments or Walk-in

  • Make same-day, evening or weekend appointments in North or South Austin for adults, adolescents, children or infants.

One Number, 2 Locations

  • One number to call 24/7 for both locations – 512-901-1111. ADC Urgent Care clinics are open seven days a week and *most holidays (closed Thanksgiving Day, Christmas Day and New Year’s Day).

Good Value

  • We never charge an ER or hospital deductible.
  • Most insurances are accepted, please see our Insurance page for an up-to-date list.   Note: we do not accept Medicaid or un-established Medicare (not already being seen at ADC) in Urgent Care.

Trusted Providers

  • Our doctors have been caring for Central Texans and their families since 1952. Existing patients and the public are welcome.

Urgent Care Late Policy

In order to serve our patients in a timely fashion, patients who arrive 10 minutes or more after their scheduled appointment time will be considered late and rescheduled for the next available appointment. If there are no available appointments left same-day, late patients will be seen before the department closes for the day. Please note there may be a wait with late arrivals.

Treatment & Services

  • Back pain
  • Diarrhea
  • Ear infections
  • Eye infection or redness
  • Fractures with no open wound or obvious physical deformity
  • IV fluids
  • Mild stomachaches
  • Minor burns
  • Minor cuts or lacerations
  • Minor skin infections
  • Nosebleed
  • Poison ivy rash
  • Respiratory illnesses with no difficulty breathing
  • Seasonal allergies
  • Sprain or strain
  • Sports and school physicals
  • Sore, scratchy throats
  • Vomiting