Immediate Medical Care Pasadena Is Now NextCare Urgent Care
Pasadena TX’s Premier Walk In Urgent Care Center
If you find yourself needing medical attention immediately in the Pasadena, TX area, you can gain a bit of peace of mind knowing that there is an NextCare location close to you. Our team of medical staff will be ready to assist you as soon as you come in, and have you ready to be seen by a doctor with little to no wait. Our main priority is to get you the medical attention you need as quickly and efficiently as possible.
When you come to NextCare Urgent Care in Pasadena, you are saving yourself from the high costs that can quickly accrue when visiting an emergency room. Although the costs are lower, you can rest assured that you will be receiving the same high quality of treatment and care. As a walk-in urgent care center, you will not have to make an appointment beforehand. This makes NextCare Urgent Care a convenient option when unexpected events occur and you need treatment right away.
For Family Medical Services, Minor Emergency Care, & Everything in Between, Visit NextCare Urgent Care
Our urgent care center can be visited for almost any type of minor emergency. From cold or flu symptoms to a sprain, fracture or ear infection, our medical staff has the knowledge and technology to give you the best treatment possible. Our Pasadena location is open from 9am to 9pm, Monday through Sunday. For any additional information or questions, feel free to contact us today!
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