If it’s urgent to you, it’s urgent to us.
HEALTH ALERT: CORONAVIRUS DISEASE 2019 (COVID-19)
Memorial Hermann Urgent Care remains open and continues caring for all patients, including COVID-19 patients. While testing is available in clinic and through our lab partner, patients must have a provider visit to obtain testing, in accordance with clinical indication and current recommendations.
Memorial Hermann Urgent Care offers you access to high quality care for illnesses and minor injuries. Get in line before you arrive with online check-in.
Advantages of Memorial Hermann Urgent Care include:
- Open 7 days a week
- Online check-in
- Walk-ins welcome
- Board-certified physicians
- On-site X-ray and lab
- Flu shots (ages 6 months & older)
- Access to Memorial Hermann specialists
Services offered vary by location.
Find the location nearest you for more details.
Why Choose Memorial Hermann Urgent Care?
Memorial Hermann Urgent Care offers extended hours, open daily with walk-in access, no appointment needed. Memorial Hermann Urgent Care has the same health care team and technology provided by Memorial Hermann Medical Group primary care to help you feel better again.
At Memorial Hermann Urgent Care, we understand how valuable your time is - that’s why we offer online check-in so you can reserve your place in line ahead of time. Our online check-in allows you to see the current number of patients in line ahead of you and choose a specific time to be seen. That way, you can wait at home, work or wherever is most convenient for you, until it’s time to come in. We’ll even notify you if we’re running behind and you need to arrive a bit later.
Our Urgent Care facilities offer these advantages:
- Prompt treatment of minor medical conditions
- Shorter wait times than ERs
- Extended hours and open 7 days a week
- Do not require appointments
What is Urgent Care?
Staffed by internal and family medicine physicians, Memorial Hermann Urgent Care facilities offers patients, ages 6 months and older, a wide array of services for non-life-threatening conditions. Typical conditions treated include flu, fever, earaches, insect bites, sprains, simple fractures, eye injuries and cuts requiring stitches. In addition, Urgent Care also can quickly and conveniently provide school and sports physicals. Each facility includes advanced services such as X-rays, IVs, labs and treatment for broken bones, sprains and strains.
Urgent Care is designed for non-life-threatening conditions such as:
- Allergic reactions
- Ear pain
- Minor burn
- Minor injury from fall or sport
- Pink eye
- Simple laceration
- Sinus infection
- Skin infection
- Sore throat
- Sprain or strain
- Urinary tract infection
- Vomiting and diarrhea