Southwest Urgent Care
Southwest Urgent Care, Sugarland
At our clinic, we provide a wide range of urgent care services to help you get back on your feet quickly. We can help you with any type of injury, illness, or routine check-up. Our medical staff is highly trained to provide high-quality care in a friendly and welcoming environment. We offer a variety services, including minor injuries such as cuts, sprains and fractures. Common illnesses like flu, colds, and strep throat are treated, including strep, flu, COVID-19 and strep tests. On-site lab testing and X-rays, including H-pylori test, lab work, and X-ray. Physical exams for school, sport, and work including immigration physical, DOT medical physical, and medical clearance. Vaccinations and immunizations. Occupational medicine services, including DOT drug test. Laceration repair and ingrown toenail repair. We know that your time is valuable, which is why we offer convenient walk-in appointments and extended hours. Plus, our prices are affordable and transparent, so you can get the care you need without breaking the bank. Visit us today and experience the difference at our state-of-the-art urgent care clinic. We're here to help you feel better, faster!
Sugar Land is the largest city in Fort Bend County, Texas, United States, located in the southwestern part of the Houston–The Woodlands–Sugar Land metropolitan area. Located about 19 miles (31 km) southwest of downtown Houston, Sugar Land is a populous suburban municipality centered around the junction of Texas State Highway 6 and Interstate 69/U.S. Route 59. Beginning in the 19th century, the present-day Sugar Land area was home to a large sugar plantation situated in the fertile floodplain of the Brazos River. Following the consolidation of local plantations into Imperial Sugar Company in 1908, Sugar Land grew steadily as a company town and incorporated as a city in 1959. Since then, Sugar Land has grown rapidly alongside other edge cities around Houston, with large-scale development of master-planned communities contributing to population swells since the 1980s.