We take care of you day and night: 24/7/365
Location Search
Find the clinic nearest you
We have Urgent Care locations in San Antonio, Austin, and New Braunfels. To find the walk-in clinic closest to you enter in your zip code above.
Open 8am - 11pm / Every Day
Full-Time Doctor Needed
Texas MedClinic is seeking personable, well-rounded physicians to practice in a professionally and financially rewarding setting. Enjoy the clinical practice of medicine, without the management and administrative headaches of running a business. Candidates should be Board Certified or Board eligible in a specialty area, such as Family Medicine, Emergency Medicine, Internal Medicine, Pediatrics, or Occupational Medicine.
In The News

Healthy Habits for the Holiday Season

Nov, 17, 2014 Health

With the Holiday Season getting closer, dining tables will be filled with the usual suspects: mashed potatoes, turkey, ham, green bean casserole, sweet potatoes with marshmallows and cranberry sauce. Having so many delicious eats readily available, it can be hard to maintain a healthy diet and not overeat. Check out these tips to help you …

Read more

Urgent care facility makes changes to Ebola protocols

Oct, 17, 2014 Health Source Link

Texas MedClinic warns patients who’ve traveled to some West African countries to not enter their clinics. By Tim Gerber Reporter   SAN ANTONIO – At least one San Antonio urgent care provider is making changes to the way it screens possible Ebola virus patients as the CDC considers more stringent guidelines for healthcare providers. Texas …

Source: KSAT12
Read more

Urgent Care Clinics Plan for Possible Ebola

By: Ashlei King SAN ANTONIO – It was business as usual at the Texas MedClinic off Loop 410 near Broadway on Wednesday. “As of a couple of weeks ago none of us thought this was a problem in the United States,” Dr. David Gude said about Ebola. Gude is the clinic’s chief operating officer. He …

Source: Fox 29
Read more

Health officials: Enterovirus 68 worse than Ebola

Oct, 10, 2014 Health, Urgent Care Source Link

By Mariza Mendoza Reporter    SAN ANTONIO - While Ebola is getting the big headlines, there is a bigger concern some health experts fear is not getting enough attention, Enterovirus 68. The virus has infected more than 600 people in all but five states and has claimed the life a child in New Jersey. To some it …

Source: KSAT 12
Read more