CareNow® Urgent Care in San Antonio, Texas
At Methodist Healthcare in San Antonio, we’re proudly affiliated with CareNow® Urgent Care so you can access quality walk-in clinics for minor illnesses or injuries. You can depend on our CareNow® urgent care centers seven days a week, during most holidays and after normal business hours for adults and children three months old and older.
To learn more about CareNow® urgent care clinics in San Antonio, call the Methodist Healthcare HealthLine at (210) 575-0355.
If your doctor at CareNow® decides you need a higher level of care, he or she will connect you with our extensive resources and specialists at Methodist Healthcare.
Convenient urgent care locations
Physicians at CareNow® clinics offer the same level of professionalism you’ve come to expect from Methodist Healthcare. We have five convenient locations, including:
- CareNow® Urgent Care–Alamo Heights
- CareNow® Urgent Care–Bulverde Road
- CareNow® Urgent Care–De Zavala
- CareNow® Urgent Care–Leon Valley
- CareNow® Urgent Care–Potranco
- CareNow® Urgent Care–Stone Oak
CareNow® clinics offer quick diagnosis and treatment for cold and flu symptoms, sports physicals, minor strains or sprains and much more with no appointment needed. Walk-ins are always welcome at CareNow® clinics, and you can check-in online so you can wait from home.
CareNow® is committed to providing patients with better, quality care at an affordable cost. Our clinics are open seven days a week and stay open late to provide you with care when you need it most.
Emergency care versus urgent care
Urgent care locations or walk-in clinics typically treat minor illnesses like the flu or strep throat, which makes CareNow® locations ideal for treating 24-hour bugs and minor illnesses if you are unable to see your primary care doctor.
Although urgent care centers are equipped to quickly diagnose and treat a variety of minor illnesses and injuries, if you are experiencing a life-threatening medical emergency, call 911 immediately. Below, we have outlined instances where patients should go directly to the emergency room versus receiving non-emergent care at an urgent care clinic.
When to go to the ER
- Suspected heart attack or cerebrovascular accident (stroke)
- Trouble breathing or severe allergic reactions
- Deep wounds and heavy bleeding
- Broken bones
- Severe burns
- Head injuries, including concussions
- Severe headaches, dizziness, confusion and/or seizures
- High fever, uncontrolled nausea or diarrhea and/or dehydration
- Coughing or throwing up blood
- Blood in stool
- Suspected poisoning or drug/alcohol overdose
When to visit a CareNow® Urgent Care clinic
In addition to providing care for minor illnesses and injuries, CareNow® also provides quick on-site testing, immunizations and more, including:
- On-site laboratory diagnosis and treatment for flu, strep throat and mononucleosis (mono)
- X-ray services for minor physical injuries
- Flu shots
- Sports physicals—participation physical examination—often required for students to participate in school sports
- Occupational medicine
- Seasonal allergy care
- Various vaccinations—often required for students to travel
- Urinary tract infection treatment
- Sexually transmitted disease testing
- Various drug screenings
CareNow® is also connected to other providers, specialists and hospitals within Methodist Healthcare. If your health concern needs additional treatment, we can quickly refer you to one of our many affiliated specialists near you.
Urgent care locations
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