2019 Health Care Directory: A listing of Frisco's clinics and emergency rooms

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Frisco ER and Urgent Care Map
Each year, our staff pulls together a non-comprehensive list of physicians in Frisco for our Health Care Directory.

Urgent care centers: For patients who have: basic broken bones and fractures, minor cuts and illnesses that can be treated by retail clinics
Staffing: nurse practitioners or physician assistants with medical director available by phone for consultation
Equipment: X-ray machines; can set breaks and fractures
*Cost: $25-$50 average copay

Free-standing emergency rooms: For patients who have: abdominal pain, chest pain, shortness of breath, stroke symptoms, headaches, diabetic emergencies, infections, neck injuries, open fractures that could require surgery
Staffing: physicians required to be on-site 24/7
Equipment: X-ray machines, ultrasound, CT scanners, laboratory services
*Cost: $100-$500 average copay, plus facility fees and operating fees

1) CareNow - Main Street • 
301 W. Main St.

2) CareNow - Preston Road • 
5644 Preston Road

3) Concentra Urgent Care and Occupational Medical Center at Frisco • 
8756 Teel Parkway, Ste. 350

4) Frisco Urgent Care & Clinics • 
3220 Parkwood Blvd.

5) Urgent Care at the STAR • 
3800 Gaylord Parkway Ste. 140

6) Urgent Care for Kids Frisco • 
11550 Legacy Drive, Ste. 420

7) City Hospital Emergency Care Center • 
5245 Preston Road

8) Code 3 Emergency Room and Urgent Care • 
12600 Rolater Road

9) iCare Emergency Room and Urgent Care • 
2955 Eldorado Parkway, Ste. 100

10) Legacy ER & Urgent Care - Eldorado • 
16151 Eldorado Parkway

11) Legacy ER & Urgent Care - Legacy • 
9205 Legacy Drive


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