Frequently Asked Questions

What is a walk-in clinic?

A walk-in clinic visit is appropriate when you need to see a clinician for a non-emergent health concern and cannot get an appointment with your primary care provider (or it’s the evening or weekend and their office is closed). Laredo CareClinic has extended hours and is open evenings and weekends to care for you. We also encourage our patients to establish a relationship with a primary care provider who can be the point person on your healthcare team and your first option when you have a health concern. Feel free to walk-in without an appointment. Or, you may make an appointment at a time convenient for you to minimize your wait.

Do you take appointments at the walk-in clinic?

Laredo CareClinic takes the “wait” out of your visit by offering online check-in so you can reserve your spot in line* and come at a time convenient for you. We do our best to see you at the time you reserved. That way, you may wait in the comfort of your home and minimize your wait in the clinic lobby.

Who are your providers?

At Laredo CareClinic, you will be seen by a nurse practitioner who is experienced in caring for patients with minor injuries or sickness.

What insurances do you accept?

Laredo CareClinic accepts most insurance plans. Payment of any copays is expected at time of service, prior to your visit with the provider. Self-pay options are also available.

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* Because our ER and urgent care staffs must treat patients based on the severity of illness or injury, your time is not guaranteed. We will see you as close to your designated time as possible. If your symptoms worsen or you believe you are experiencing a life-threatening emergency, please call 911 or go to the nearest emergency room as soon as possible.

Emergency services are not provided at any of our walk-in clinics. If you are experiencing an emergency, dial 9-1-1.