Always call 911 for emergencies, including heart attack or stroke symptoms, or go directly to the nearest hospital emergency room.
If you have an urgent health issue and need access to health care at night, on the weekend, or on a holiday, ARC After Hours Clinics are here for you. Our After Hours Clinic locations are staffed by both pediatricians and family medicine physicians who can care for you and your loved ones’ immediate health issues during hours your primary care physician is unavailable.
Visit ARC MyChart or call 512-272-4636 and press "1" for an appointment.
- Anyone is welcome – Appointments are available to both new and established patients.
- Appointments available seven days a week*
- Evening appointments: Mon–Fri 5:00pm–9:00pm*
- Weekend appointments: Sat–Sun 8:00am–5:00pm*
- Holidays: Hours and locations may vary
- Most urgent health problems treated
- Accidents & falls
- Acute gastrointestinal illness
- Fevers, colds & flu
- Minor lacerations & burns
- Skin infections
- Urinary tract infections
- Services offered
*The last appointment is 30 minutes before closing. Please make an appointment to avoid long wait times.
Vaccinations and tests for children and adults
It is important to stay up to date with immunizations. Our After Hours Clinic continues to provide COVID-19 tests and COVID-19 vaccinations for ages six months and up. We also offer flu shots for ages six months and up during flu season.
On-site radiology and laboratory services
ARC After Hours Clinic provides tests you may find at a hospital or your primary care physician’s office, thanks to our radiology and lab services. We have the ability to run blood tests, take x-rays, and provide other diagnostic tests when necessary. We make sure you get fast and reliable test results so you can get back to your regular life.
Easy ways to schedule an After Hours appointment
After Hours Clinic fee and insurance
- ARC After Hours Clinic includes an office visit fee plus a $35 After Hours Clinic fee that some insurance plans cover. You will receive a bill if your insurance plan does not cover the After Hours Clinic fee.
- We accept many health insurance plans as well as self-pay.
- Cash, ATM debit cards, and credit card payments are accepted, including Visa, MasterCard, American Express, and Discover.
- All co-payments are due at the time of service.
- Accidents and Falls
Accidents and Falls
Accidents and falls can cause injuries, including bruises, broken bones, fractures, and sprains.
- Acute Gastrointestinal Illness
Acute Gastrointestinal Illness
Acute gastrointestinal illness can cause a combination of nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, and abdominal pain.
- Colds and Flu
Colds and Flu
A cold is caused by any one of several viruses that causes inflammation of the membranes that line the nose and throat. It can result from any one of more than 200 different viruses. But rhinoviruses cause most colds.
A fever is a body temperature that is higher than normal. It often means there is an abnormal process occurring in the body. Exercise, hot weather, and vaccines can also make body temperature rise.
- Minor Cuts and Bruises
Minor Cuts and Bruises
Occasional cuts, bruises, or tumbles tend to happen. Luckily, most of these injuries are not serious and can be treated with over-the-counter medicine or with the help of a primary care physician.
- Minor Lacerations and Burns
Minor Lacerations and Burns
ARC doctors can help your skin recover properly from minor lacerations and burns.
- Muscle Strains
Muscle strains, also known as a pulled muscle, can cause pain, swelling, muscle spasms, and limit the ability to move the muscle.
- Skin Infections
Skin infections can be caused by bacteria, fungus, viruses, or parasites, maltreatment of the skin, and more.
- Skin Rashes
Many rashes require clinical care by a physician or other health care professional. Common skin rashes include dermatitis, drug rashes, eczema, and poison ivy.
A sprain is caused by an injury that stresses a joint and overstretches or even ruptures supporting ligaments. This can happen from a fall, twist, or blow to the body.
- Urinary Tract Infections
Urinary Tract Infections
UTI's are caused by bacteria getting into your urinary tract- kidneys, bladder, or urethra.
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