Welcome to Main Street Urgent Care
Main Street Urgent Care
1421 S. Main St #111
Boerne, TX 78006
HOME TOWN CARE AND COMPASSION, BIG CITY QUALITY URGENT CARE
At Main Street Urgent Care we recognize that you have a choice when it comes to your healthcare provider. That's why we want you to be as relaxed and informed as possible about our practice. We've created this information-rich website to give you 24/7 access to an array of the most common healthcare topics. The more you know, the more comfortable we hope you and your family will be with our practice.
Since 2005, our practice (formerly Boerne Acute Care Center) has been committed to providing the Texas Hill Country with a convenient, cost-effective alternative to the emergency room for the care of non-life threatening illnesses and injuries. Our staff is dedicated to providing you the most competent and compassionate medical care having labs, x-ray and EKGs available to them on site. We care for all ages and accept most major insurance, Medicaid, Medicare, and Tricare. We offer a variety of Occupational Medicine services for employers including on-site vaccine administration, drug screening, employment physicals, and treatment of job-related injuries. Our comprehensive preventive Health Physicals include a wide variety of tests at a reasonable cost. We are open 7 days a week with extended evening hours and no appointment is ever necessary making it easy for you and your family to be confident we are here for "Life's Unexpected Emergencies". We will quickly get you on your way again.
Main Street Urgent Care treats conditions such as sore throats, upper respiratory infections, fever, ear infections, laceration repair, fractures, sprains, bumps, acute asthma exacerbation, nausea, vomiting & diarrhea, rashes, allergic reactions, insect stings foreign body removal, migraine headaches, hypertension, dehydration, and many other non-life threatening conditions.
WHEN TO GO TO THE EMERGENCY ROOM
- Persistent Chest Pain
- Persistent Shortness of breath
- Loss of Balance or fainting
- Difficulty Speaking, Altered Mental Status or Confusion
- Weakness or Paralysis
- Severe Heart Palpitations
- Sudden, Severe Headache
- Sudden Testicular Pain or Swelling
- Newborn baby with Fever
- Intestinal Bleeding
- Serious Burns
- Head or Eye Injuries
- Vaginal Bleeding with pregnancy
- Falls with injury or while taking blood thinning medications
- Seizures without a previous diagnosis of epilepsy.