PrimaCare Urgent Care: Richardson
Top Quality Urgent Care for Richardson
Finding convenient and caring medical attention when you need it most is important to you. PrimaCare Medical Centers in Richardson makes it easy with a convenient location on the southeast side of Plano Rd. and Campbell, just south of Arby’s. With extended hours and affordable in-house labs and x-rays, PrimaCare will help you get back to feeling great in no time.
PrimaCare Medical Centers is a proud participant in many Richardson community events including the Relay for Life, Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure, and many local school sports programs.
“We have had two incredibly easy and professional experiences at Primacare Richardson! The staff is friendly, efficient and there is rarely a wait. It is always clean and welcoming. We won’t take our four kiddos anywhere else for quick care! “
“As a retired health care worker myself, I can honestly say that this clinic not only met my expectations, but exceeded them. I preregistered on-line and was told what time to come to the clinic, arrived early to complete first time patient paper work and was in and out in less than one hour. Couple this with excellent triage and an “on the money” diagnosis and treatment plan and you have a 5 star rating, “as good as it gets”. When my primary physician is not available I will be returning to this PrimaCare Medical Center. Thank you for making my visit a positive experience.”
“If you’re in an urgent situation and don’t want to pay emergency room charges (my insurance charges me $100-150 extra) then this is a great place to go! Large, clean waiting room a TV that shows movies and a decent selection of magazines “
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