Texas Health Breeze Urgent Care opened March 14 in Richardson at 1225 E. Belt Line Road, marking the first urgent care center for Texas Health in Richardson and the 25th center opened in the Dallas-Fort Worth area, including a location at 6969 Arapaho Road, Dallas.

“Texas Health is committed to improving the health and well-being of the people in the communities we serve,” said Jamie Harraid, Texas Health vice president of ambulatory services, in a statement. “Breeze Urgent Care centers offer quality care that takes into account a patient’s busy schedule.”

Breeze Urgent Care allows patients to receive care in about 30 minutes, according to Texas Health officials. Breeze Urgent Care accepts most major insurance plans and offers a competitive flat-rate fee of $185 for patients who do not have insurance.

The center provides treatment for a variety of health care concerns, including allergies, earaches, sprains and most minor illnesses.

“The key to this delivery model is a focus on convenience, accessibility and affordability,” Harraid said.

Breeze urgent centers are embedded in shopping and business centers, so patients can access health services easily and quickly, according to Texas Health officials. Texas Health launched the Texas Health launched its first Breeze Urgent Care in 2020, opening several centers throughout North Texas, including sites in Denton, Fort Worth, Arlington, Rockwall, Mansfield and Cedar Hill.

469-495-9154. www.breezeurgentcare.texashealth.org