Austin Regional Clinic to open new office in Buda

Austin Regional Clinic is opening a new office in Buda this fall.

Austin Regional Clinic is opening a new office in Buda this fall.

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Austin Regional Clinic Buda will open its new office at 3420 FM 967, Ste. B100, Buda, on Nov. 13. The medical center provides family medicine and pediatric care with same-day appointments available.
“Buda residents can get the primary care they and their families need in a timely manner,” Clinic Manager Victoria Escamilla said. 512-295-1608. www.austinregionalclinic.com/clinics/arc-buda


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