HCD: Your Spring, Klein Clinics and Emergency Rooms

SignatureCare Emergency Center is now open on FM 1960.

SignatureCare Emergency Center is now open on FM 1960.

Each year, our staff tries to pull together a non-comprehensive list of retail clinics, urgent cares and free standing emergency rooms for our Health Care Directory. This list is divided by type with a brief explanation of each.


Retail Clinics


For patients who have: minor illnesses, including sore throat, upper respiratory, symptoms, nasal congestion and flu-like symptoms
Staffing: nurse practitioners or physician assistants with medical director available by phone for consultation
Equipment: no X-ray machines, but can provide immunizations, physicals
*Cost: $25-$50 average copay






CVS MinuteClinic
24802 Aldine Westfield Road, Spring
281-288-1561
www.cvs.com






CVS MinuteClinic
3850 FM 2920, Spring
281-528-2810
www.cvs.com








CVS MinuteClinic
8754 Spring Cypress Road, Spring
281-257-4320
www.cvs.com








CVS MinuteClinic
5603 FM 1960 W., Houston
281-397-4030
www.cvs.com








RediClinic Vintage Park
10919 Louetta Road, Houston
833-423-7334
www.rediclinic.com








Walgreens Healthcare Clinic
19710 Holzwarth Road, Spring
281-350-1500
www.walgreens.com







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






American Family Care Urgent  Care Vintage
10850 Louetta Road, Ste. 1500, Houston
281-666-9981
www.afcurgentcare.com








Champions Urgent Care PLLC
4950 FM 1960 W., Ste. A6, Houston
281-444-1711
www.champions-urgentcare.com








Community Urgent Care
22625 Hwy. 249, Ste. 450, Tomball
281-826-9974
www.cuctomball.com








Fiat Urgent Care
17833 Kuykendahl Road, Spring
832-843-6654
www.fiaturgentcare.com








Houston Northwest Urgent Care Center
7306 Louetta Road, Spring
281-587-3400
www.hcahoustonhealthcare.com








Medella Urgent Care
10130 Louetta Road, Ste. L, Houston
346-808-3670
www.medellauc.com








MedExpress Urgent Care
4894 Louetta Road, Spring
281-288-9229
www.medexpress.com








Memorial Hermann Urgent  Care Spring
19711 Stuebner Airline Road, Ste. 1, Spring
832-658-5450
www.memorialhermann.org








Memorial Hermann Convenient Care Center in Spring
7474 N. Grand Parkway W., Spring
281-374-5400
www.mhmg.memorialhermann.org






Next Level Urgent Care
15882 Champion Forest Drive, Spring
281-783-8162
www.nextlevelurgentcare.com








Texas Children’s Urgent Care The Vintage
10420 Louetta Road, Ste. 104, Houston
281-251-0269
www.texaschildrensurgentcare.org







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






Cypress Creek ER
837 FM 1960, Houston
281-453-7150
www.cypresscreeker.com








Cypress Creek ER
5037 FM 2920, Ste. B, Spring
281-453-2595
www.cypresscreeker.com








First Choice Emergency Room
8929 Spring Cypress Road, Spring
832-761-7620
www.fcer.com






Houston Methodist Emergency Care Center
5303 FM 2920, Spring
936-270-4640
www.houstonmethodist.org






Life Savers Emergency Room-ER in Houston
17685 Hwy. 249, Houston
832-604-6115
www.lifesaverser.com






North Cypress Emergency Room-Willowbrook Campus
22475 Hwy. 249, Houston
281-320-8500
www.ncmc-hospital.com






Signature Care Emergency Room
5003 FM 1960, Houston
281-720-3971
www.ercare24.com/cypress






Sublime Care Emergency Room
2490 FM 2920, Spring
281-353-0911
www.sublimecareer.com


By Hannah Zedaker
Born and raised in Cypress, Texas, Hannah Zedaker graduated from Sam Houston State University in 2016 with a bachelor's degree in mass communication and a minor in political science. She began as an intern with Community Impact Newspaper in 2015 and was hired upon graduation as a reporter for The Woodlands edition in May 2016. In January 2019, she was promoted to serve as the editor of the Spring/Klein edition where she covers Spring ISD and Harris County Commissioners Court, in addition to business, development and transportation news.


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