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Urgent Care Clinics: Competence is Top Priority

When you visit an urgent care clinic in the Austin and Round Rock area, it’s not because you picked it for a nice place to hang out with a friend on a relaxing evening.  You need help.  Your family needs help.  The last thing you want to feel like is that you’re talking with an assistant.

At Urgent and Family Care at Avery Ranch, Austin and Round Rock area families have been receiving quality care from a group of experienced, board certified physicians for more than seven years. They’ve dedicated their locally owned urgent care clinic to offering affordable care that’s available when you need it.  

Most of us have had the need for an urgent care clinic in the Austin or Round Rock area, and a lot of times, that experience isn’t a good one. Usually, if that’s the case, it comes from some level of  being brushed off or having rushed staff who are improperly trained.  We value service highly, and make sure that when you visit us at our Parmer Lane location that you get the level of service and attention that you deserve.  

Whether you live in North Austin, Leander, Cedar Park, Avery Ranch or Round Rock, we are here to serve you with board certified physicians and well trained staff.  

You can trust Urgent and Family Care at Avery Ranch to give you the care you need, right when you or your family need it.

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