Reasons to Choose Urgent Care

iStock_000043422524_Large.jpgIf you or your child are sick, you know how important it is to seek medical treatment immediately. But between school, work and other obligations, it is often difficult to make an appointment at a primary care clinic with office hours. That’s where the urgent care center comes into play.

Urgent care centers, like Denton Regional Urgent Care, are open after hours, so you can see a doctor after work or school. Some urgent care centers also offer online check-in to make it easy for you to wait wherever you feel most comfortable and to reduce the overall wait times for treatment. In fact, the average total visit time at an urgent care center is about 30 minutes.

Many people are hesitant to visit an urgent care center because they’re worried the doctors aren’t qualified or services are limited. That couldn’t be further from the truth.

Physicians at Denton Regional Urgent Care are board certified or eligible in family medicine or emergency medicine. Additionally, Denton Regional Urgent Care, open since 2012, cares for many needs including broken bones, sore throat, school physicals, sports injuries, flu shots, muscle strains and sprains, earaches, stitches and fevers.

Many urgent care centers are very reasonable in cost, so visiting an urgent care clinic can save you money. Denton Regional Urgent Care offers the added convenience of online payment so patients don’t have to leave home to pay. We are also a preferred provider for most insurance carriers, including BCBS, Cigna, United Healthcare, PHCS, and the City of McKinney.

If you or your child is suffering from an illness or injury, consider an urgent care center such as Denton Regional Urgent Care. With convenient hours and online check-in available, we will have you treated and back to your day in no time.



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