Extra Care Concerns has announced they are providing a new walk-in clinic healthcare service and family medicine clinic for Fort Worth residents.
As everyone adjusts to the end of the coronavirus pandemic, the clinic continues to focus on promoting telehealth appointments in addition to providing walk-in appointments that allow for expedited access to a primary care physician.
The Extra care concerns medical facility is located at 2529 East Lancaster Avenue in Fort Worth Texas near highway 30 headed into downtown. Residents living in the Meadowbrook & Morningside and historic southside communities have an easy commute to the clinic with little wait time to see a doctor. Additionally, the clinic is in proximity to Texas Wesleyan University to serve college students.
The clinic’s urgent doctor treats coughs, colds, seasonal allergies, urinary tract infections, and other non-emergency issues. COVID-19 testing is offered on a walk-up basis. The Fort Worth urgent care hours are 9:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. daily.
Primary care services provided include:
— Wellness care designed to help keep you healthy
— Treatment for common illnesses such as colds, flu, earaches, sore throats, migraines, fever, and rashes
— Managing chronic conditions such as diabetes or heart disease
— Regular physicals, prescription refills, general vaccinations, and screenings
Annual exam or physical exam
From newborn and well-child exams to Medicare-required annual exams to a sports physical, the medical staff at Extra Care Concerns can act as primary care providers. An annual exam often includes bloodwork and screenings for various diseases and conditions.
Now Offering Telemedicine Appointments
When you see a doctor on a mobile device or computer, you can save money on gas, parking, and public transportation. Utilizing the technology of telemedicine eliminates wait times at the doctor and providers a higher level of convenience over busy health clinics. With life becoming a bit easier, healthcare outcomes should be on the rise for local residents.
Spreading Access to Mental Health Services
Health care services provided by a black primary care physician can improve mental health outcomes as they can prescribe medications for many common mental health issues. Dr. Harris is leading the way in improving the mental health status of Fort Worth Residents by actively referring patients to local therapists for ongoing care.
Who Is Your Primary Care Physician?
Primary care physicians treat patients of all ages and different health conditions. To improve your health, it’s important to establish long-term relationships with a physician within your local community.
Dr. Patricia Harris is a longtime physician of +18 years and a Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine. She graduated from The University of North Texas Health Science Center in 1996 and is a native of the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex.
Book An Appointment or Walk-In Today
Call or Visit Extra Care Concerns today for your next medical visit for yourself or a family member.
Extra Care Concerns
2529 E Lancaster Ave
Fort Worth, Tx 76103
Extra Care Concerns
2529 East Lancaster Avenue
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