Central Texas Urgent Care: Waco (N. Loop 340)
- STD & Lab Testing
- Immunizations & Vaccinations
- Occupational Medicine
- United Healthcare
Bringing Convenient Urgent Care to Waco
We know that when you need urgent medical attention in Waco or McClennan County, you want a convenient location that’s open late 7 days a week. That’s why Central Texas Urgent Care has 2 locations in Waco to serve the residents in the Heart of Texas. Our Loop 340 location is easy to find just off the I-35 Interstate on Loop 340. Just look for Central Texas Urgent Care near Cracker Barrel and KFC.
Waiting in the lobby of a doctor’s office, or worse an emergency room, is just not an option when you want relief from illnesses or minor injuries. Central Texas Urgent Care in Waco is here to meet your immediate needs with convenient extended hours and a great central location. You can use our WAHOO online check-in service to skip the lobby and wait where you’ feel most comfortable. We’ll text or call when you’re next in line.
“Place was clean, the people were nice and service was quick. I broke my ankle and in 30 minutes filled out all paperwork, was seen by doctor, took X-rays, was diagnosed, fitted for crutches and boot and out the door.
The 3 ladies there were as nice as could be and doctor was friendly. There was an atmosphere that was not an up tight doctors office but comfortable relaxed place.
Hopefully never have to go there again but if needed would choose them again.”
“Everybody who treated me was great. I am terrified to give blood, but the lady who took my blood did an EXCELLENT job. No bruising, no pain…”
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