Everything is designed around your comfort and convenience. We treat conditions that need immediate attention, but are not life threatening. With on-site X-ray and skilled providers, we can treat anything from cuts requiring stitches to broken bones.
Get seen by our professional and friendly staff within 5 minutes on average. No appointment required.
It can be frightening when a sudden illness or injury strikes, especially if your primary care doctor is not available. You need to make a choice quickly about where to get the medical attention you need. But, it’s important to have all the facts before you seek care.
|NEXT LEVEL URGENT CARE|
|Short Wait Times|
|Comfortable & Friendly Environment|
|Most Insurance Plans Accepted|
|Quality Medical Care|
|Open 7 Days A Week|
|Long Wait Times|
|Crowded and Busy Waiting Areas|
|Overworked Medical Staffs|
|High Bills With Hidden Charges|
Next Level Urgent Care provides a cash payment discount option for those with either a high deductible or no insurance. This option typically results in a much lower out of pocket cost for you compared to what your insurance company would normally make you pay.
Next Level Urgent Care
Juliet Breeze, MD graduated from Northwestern University in 1991 with a Bachelor of Arts degree with honors in English. In 1995, she earned her medical degree from Baylor College of Medicine. She completed residency training in Family Practice at Memorial Hermann Southwest in 1998 where she received the Norma Culver Outstanding Family Practice Resident award.
I would definitely recommend them to my family and friends or anyone in area. The staff is friendly, they are convenient and affordable. They're just great. Micko Sandford, NEXT LEVEL PATIENT
"If I could describe Next Level Urgent Care in one word, it would just be excellence." M. Kelly, NEXT LEVEL PATIENT
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