Our board-certified family medicine doctors and pediatricians treat patients of all ages on a walk-in basis. Appointments aren’t necessary or accepted. Our facilities have on-site X-ray and pharmacy services for your convenience.
PediExpress, a walk-in care center in San Antonio for children on our Robert B. Green Campus, is staffed by board-certified pediatricians. We also accept walk-ins only, and we’re open late on Saturdays. Your medical home Family Health Center also offers same-day appointments when you are not able to see your primary care provider.
When to Go to Urgent Care
When you can’t reach your doctor, or it’s after hours, come to our ExpressMed clinic which is open Monday-Sunday 7 a.m. - 8 p.m. Our ExpressMed clinics offer fast, convenient care for minor illnesses and injuries and is staffed with board-certified doctors and advanced-practice providers.
If you are experiencing a true medical emergency, please go to the nearest Emergency Department or call 911. Our emergency department is open 24/7 and has board-certified emergency doctors and specialists available for your medical needs.
With University Health's MyChart, the "reserve a time" feature lets you save your spot in line at our walk-in care clinics, so you spend less time waiting in line when you’re feeling under the weather and save time once you get here. Simply select an available time slot and then follow the prompts to confirm your arrival time.
Please note that the reservation time you selected is an approximate time only. Patients may be seen first depending on the urgency of their situation. If you arrive more than 10 minutes after your reserved time, please keep in mind that we cannot guarantee your reservation and you will be seen in the order of arrival and/or urgency.
When you arrive at ExpressMed or PediExpress, remember to open your “MyChart” app and let us know you're here by clicking the “I'm here” button.
If you are experiencing a life-threatening emergency, please call 911 or go to the nearest emergency room.
We treat injuries and illnesses that aren’t life threatening including:
- Cold and flu
- Ear infection
- Minor cuts and burns
- Sore throat
- Urinary tract infection
- Stomach aches
- Fever or headaches
Go straight to the hospital Emergency Department if you have a severe illness or injury including:
- Altered mental state
- Chest pain
- Severe pain or injury
- Sudden numbness or weakness
- Trouble breathing
- Uncontrolled bleeding
- Poison ingestion
- Difficulty breathing
- Intense pain
We accept most private insurance plans as well as:
- CHIP (children’s health insurance program)