iCare Urgent Care Argyle

Your local urgent care, conveniently located on the corner of Crawford Road and I-35W in Argyle; Inside of Wise Health Emergency Center

URGENT CARE HOURS

Monday – Friday 8:00a – 8:00p
Saturday 8:00a – 8:00p
Sunday 8:00a – 8:00p
CLOSED Christmas / New Years 
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ATTENTION

SYMPTOMATIC AND ASYMPTOMATIC PATIENTS SEEN FOR COVID-19 MAY RECEIVE RAPID ANTIGEN TESTING IN THE URGENT CARE AS WALK-IN. Even though you may book an appointment, ER patients will take precedence over testing in the Urgent Care. We are focused on providing the highest quality of care and safety to all patients. You may experience delays during your visit. We humbly ask for your grace and patience.

ATTENTION

SYMPTOMATIC AND ASYMPTOMATIC PATIENTS SEEN FOR COVID-19 MAY RECEIVE RAPID ANTIGEN TESTING IN THE URGENT CARE AS WALK-IN.

Even though you may book an appointment, ER patients will take precedence over testing in the Urgent Care. We are focused on providing the highest quality of care and safety to all patients. You may experience delays during your visit. We humbly ask for your grace and patience.

URGENT CARE SERVICES

WHAT ARE EAR, NOSE, AND THROAT CONDITIONS?

Ear, nose, and throat conditions (ENT) are very common, especially among young children, and can often be frustrating for anyone affected. Whether you are suffering from swollen tonsils, ear infections, or sinus pressure, our physicians are board certified in emergency medicine. At Argyle Urgent Care, we provide private exam rooms, and timely, personalized care. With the help of our on-site laboratory and advanced digital x-ray technology, we are able to eliminate suspected causes and discover the root of your ENT discomforts.

WHAT ARE COMMON ENT PROBLEMS?

Our medical team is experienced in the diagnosis and treatment of a broad range of ear, nose, and throat conditions. In most situations, ENT conditions are not severe, though the discomfort can cause you to believe otherwise. Our team is prepared to assist you in feeling better, sooner. Some common ENT issues are the result of:

  • Seasonal allergies
  • Sinus infections
  • Strep throat
  • Ear infections
  • Nasal congestion
  • Excessive ear wax
  • Tonsil or adenoid infections
  • Nasal fractures
  • Trauma
  • Thyroid and parathyroid disorders
  • Salivary gland infections

Arthritis is a chronic joint condition that affects millions of people every day. Often debilitating in nature, arthritis pain commonly disrupts sleep patterns, decreases mobility, and causes significant disturbances to daily activities. At times, patients may go days or weeks without an arthritis flare-up, but there is no way of knowing just when one may happen. If you’re suffering from arthritis, you understand that your flare-ups have no concern for whether or not your primary care physician is available for an appointment. Our board-certified physicians and on-site laboratory are equipped to help diagnose and treat a number of routine and urgent health conditions, including chronic or severe arthritic pain.

At Argyle Urgent Care we provide in-house laboratory testing. Blood, or urine screening tests, are an important part of patient care and play a large role in the proper diagnosis of a number of health conditions. Our skilled, board-certified medical team and our state-of-the-art onsite laboratory set our diagnostic skills apart from other urgent care facilities and assist us in providing comprehensive treatment.

WHAT ARE SINUS AND ALLERGY PROBLEMS?

Allergy and sinus conditions affect a great number of people with varying severity year around. From sinus infections to severe allergic reactions, our professional and skillful team of board-certified doctors are qualified and prepared to treat you. While there are over-the-counter allergy treatments are available, more severe or recurring cases may require professional medical care. While symptoms may appear similar, an accurate diagnosis can help to determine the best treatment for your allergy and sinus problems. Argyle Urgent Care has a certified on-site laboratory that helps us get fast results so you can get faster relief.

WHAT ARE ALLERGIES AND REACTIONS?

Allergic reactions are caused when the immune system, believing that a substance is a threat, attempts to fight it off. Reactions can range from a rash and an upset stomach to hives and the closure of the airway. This severe reaction is called anaphylactic shock and is an emergency situation.

WHAT ARE SEASONAL ALLERGIES?

Seasonal allergies are caused by environmental factors such as tree pollen, and can occur in any season.

WHAT ARE FOOD ALLERGIES?

Food allergies are very common among adults and children of all ages. The most common food allergies are shellfish, dairy, eggs, peanuts and tree nuts, wheat, and soy.

WHAT ARE ANIMAL ALLERGIES?

Animal allergies are highly common, involving a reaction when in contact with the pelt or hair of an animal. The most common animal allergies are to dogs, cats, and horses.

WHAT ARE INSECT BITES AND STINGS?

Most commonly caused by bees, wasps, hornets, and fire ants, allergies to insect bites can quite often be severe in nature.

WHAT ARE CHEMICAL ALLERGIES?

Chemical allergies are caused by exposure to some cleaning agents, as well as perfumes, creams, detergents, shampoos, and more. These can cause mild to severe allergic reactions.

WHAT ARE MEDICATION ALLERGIES?

Not unlike reactions to certain foods, many people experience sensitivities and allergies in response to certain medications. The most common medication allergy is to penicillin, but there are a number of medications which have caused an allergic response.

Most commonly caused by bees, wasps, hornets, and fire ants, allergies to insect bites can quite often be severe in nature.

WHAT ARE CHEMICAL ALLERGIES?

Chemical allergies are caused by exposure to some cleaning agents, as well as perfumes, creams, detergents, shampoos, and more. These can cause mild to severe allergic reactions.

WHAT ARE MEDICATION ALLERGIES?

Not unlike reactions to certain foods, many people experience sensitivities and allergies in response to certain medications. The most common medication allergy is to penicillin, but there are a number of medications which have caused an allergic response.

WHAT IS SINUSITIS?

A sinus infection (sinusitis) is a painful inflammation of the sinuses, which are located in various spots around the face. This infection blocks the flow of mucus to the back of the throat, causing swelling and pain. Those with allergies, weak immune systems, nasal passage deformities, and nasal polyps are at an increased risk of suffering from sinus infections. The following symptoms may indicate a sinus infection:

  • Headaches (generally frontal)
  • Tenderness of the face
  • Coughing
  • Fever
  • Fatigue
  • Redness
  • Runny nose
  • Nasal stuffiness or congestion
  • Discolored nasal discharge (usually green)
  • Pain in the teeth
  • Bad breath

ABOUT URINALYSIS

At Argyle Urgent Care we provide  important urinalysis diagnostic testing. Urinalysis, or urine screening tests, are an important part of patient care and play a large role in the proper diagnosis of a number of health conditions. Our skilled, board-certified medical team and our state-of-the-art onsite laboratory set our diagnostic skills apart from other urgent care facilities and assist us in providing comprehensive treatment.

Thanks to modern medicine, there are many vaccines available that can now protect you and your family from getting serious, potentially life threatening diseases and infections. At Argyle Urgent Care (ACC), we offer the TdaP vaccine to protect against tetanus (lockjaw), diphtheria, and pertussis (whooping cough), as well as the Td booster vaccine. According to The Centers for Disease Control (CDC), the TdaP and Td vaccines have helped to lower reports of tetanus and diphtheria by 99% and pertussis by about 80% since they became available in America. Our experienced team will help you determine if you should receive the TdaP or Td vaccine based on your medical history and risk factors before administering your shot. UCC is open 7 days a week and no appointments are necessary to receive a TdaP or Td shot. For shorter wait times, try our online check-in system.

WHAT IS AN ILLNESS EXAM?

There are a number of infectious illnesses which may require medication for treatment and recovery. These illnesses, such as the flu, mono, strep, RSV, and HIV should be professionally diagnosed following a medical evaluation and testing. Argyle Urgent Care provides such testing. Our board-certified medical team treats these types of conditions in our state-of-the-art facility. Using our advanced onsite laboratory, we can often diagnose an illness in as little as 15 minutes, expediting your treatment and fast-tracking your recovery. For illness testing, stop by Argyle Urgent Care today.

There are a number injuries which may require radiology services. Injuries such as sprains, breaks should be professionally diagnosed following a medical evaluation and testing. Argyle Urgent Care provides such testing. Our board-certified medical team treats these types of conditions in our state-of-the-art facility. Using our advanced onsite laboratory, we can often diagnose an illness in as little as 15 minutes, expediting your treatment and fast-tracking your recovery. For illness testing, stop by Argyle Urgent Care today.

Every year, Americans go through the “flu season” throughout the fall and winter as the highly contagious influenza virus begins to spread among friends, family, and co-workers. The length and severity of the flu season can vary, but the best way to reduce your risk of getting sick with influenza is a simple flu shot offered at Argyle Urgent Care (AUC). Our experienced staff can quickly and efficiently help you and your family get flu shots at our location.

COVID-19 SERVICES

Asymptomatic Patients

Our Urgent Care offers Rapid Antigen and PCR Testing for those without symptoms but with possible exposure to COVID; as well as those who traveled or are returning to work or school. Asymptomatic COVID testing will be seen by appointment only.

Antibody Testing also available in the iCare Urgent Care.

Antibody Testing

Argyle Urgent Care offers Anitbody  Testing for those without symptoms, interested in learning if they have had a previous infection or still carry antibodies from a previous infection. Asymptomatic COVID testing will be seen by appointment only.

If you are experiencing COVID-19 symptoms, we offer Rapid Antigen and PCR Testing in our urgent care.

COVID-19 symptoms can include:

  • Fever
  • Cough
  • Shortness of breath
  • Body aches
  • Loss of test or smell