Our thoughts and prayers are with all those in the Texas community affected by Hurricane Harvey and its lingering effects. Our first priority is in the safety of our patients, our employees and their families. MedSpring Urgent Care is working hard to support our Houston team members affected by the storm to ensure their continued safety and well-being. We’re also working to clean up our centers so that they are safe and ready to see patients.
Thursday, August 31st MedSpring will have seven of its nine Houston urgent care centers across the metro open for business.
For non-emergency care, please visit one of the following Houston-area MedSpring Urgent Care centers from 8am to 7pm.
Central Houston MedSpring Locations
2707 Milam St
Houston TX 77006
1917 W Gray St
Houston, TX 77019
102 W 11th St
Houston, TX 77008
3899 Southwest Freeway
Houston, TX 77027
Southwest Houston MedSpring Locations
Sugar Land, TX 77478
West Houston MedSpring Locations
9722 Gaston Road
Katy, Texas 77494
6501 S Fry Rd, #1000
Katy, Texas 77494
IMPORTANT NOTE: If you are experiencing an illness or injury that is life-threatening, call 911 or go to your nearest hospital emergency room for care.
Due to the staggering toll of damage left in the wake of this storm, many hospitals and emergency departments cannot keep up with the demand to provide medical care to disaster victims and people with critical conditions. If you have an illness or injury that doesn’t threaten life or limb, we can offer fast, superior medical care without increasing the strain on emergency facilities. MedSpring is equipped to treat most common injuries including cuts, colds, sprains and broken bones. Please visit our services page for a full listing of what we treat.
Please check back at www.medspring.com for additional updates regarding open centers and hours of operation in the coming days.