Texas Health Breeze Urgent Care opens two locations in Frisco

Texas Health Breeze Urgent Care opened two locations in Frisco. (Courtesy Texas Health Breeze Urgent Care)
Texas Health Breeze Urgent Care opened two locations in Frisco. (Courtesy Texas Health Breeze Urgent Care)

Texas Health Breeze Urgent Care opened two locations in Frisco. (Courtesy Texas Health Breeze Urgent Care)

Texas Health Breeze Urgent Care has opened its doors to patients in two locations in recent months. The first location opened Feb. 2 at 2855 Preston Road, Frisco, and can be reached at 469-495-9118. The second opened March 2 at 2552 Eldorado Parkway, Ste. 550, Frisco, and can be reached at 469-495-9114.

Key features of these urgent care centers include on-site prescriptions, upfront pricing and extended hours, according to a Texas Health Resources spokesperson. The urgent care centers also include modern decor and a clinical concierge who can help walk patients through each visit, from arrival to discharge.


Breeze Urgent Care is part of Texas Health’s $44 million investment in its new urgent care model to offer patients convenient care with upscale amenities and transparent pricing.

“This is not the old, traditional way of providing urgent care,” said Jamie Harraid, Texas Health vice president of ambulatory services, in a statement. “It will open the door to existing and new patients who may not have a relationship with a primary care doctor or for those who like the convenience of urgent care but are looking for a better model.”

These locations are part of the first group of Texas Health Breeze Urgent Care centers to be opened in the Dallas-Fort Worth area this year. Twenty total locations are planned to be open by this summer. https://breezeurgentcare.texashealth.org
By William C. Wadsack

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