Health Care Directory: A guide to urgent care centers in Lewisville, Flower Mound and Highland Village

Below is a noncomprehensive list of urgent care clinics in the area.

Below is a noncomprehensive list of urgent care clinics in the area.

Each year, our staff pulls together a noncomprehensive list of urgent care centers 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

CareNow Urgent Care—Lewisville
1559 W. Main St., Lewisville
972-436-0333
www.carenow.com

Concentra Urgent Care
2403 S. Stemmons Freeway, Ste. 103, Lewisville
972-829-2999
www.concentra.com/patients/urgent-care

Lakepointe Urgent Care
713 Hebron Parkway, Ste. 220, Lewisville
972-315-8588
http://johnlauniusmd.com

Medical City Children’s Urgent Care
2701 Cross Timbers Road, Ste. 232, Flower Mound
469-549-0300
https://medicalcityurgentcare.com

PrimaCare Urgent Care: Lewisville
540 Surf St., Lewisville
972-420-9900
www.pmc.nextcare.com

Preferred Pediatrics Urgent Care for Kids
2540 Justin Road, Ste. 187, Highland Village
972-318-0030
https://pp-urgentcare4kids.com

Texas Health Adult Care and Urgent Care
751 Hebron Parkway, Ste. 100, Lewisville
972-459-2386
www.texashealth.org

Today Clinic Urgent Care
1318 W. Main St., Lewisville
214-222-0781
www.todayclinic.com 

Map of Urgent Care Clinics

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By Sherelle Black
Sherelle joined Community Impact Newspaper in July 2014 as a reporter for the Grapevine/Colleyville/Southlake edition. She was promoted in 2015 to editor of the GCS edition. In August 2017, Sherelle became the editor of the Lewisville/Flower Mound/Highland Village edition. Sherelle covers transportation, economic development, education and features.


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