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Urgent Care in Beaumont

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Urgent Care in Beaumont

Faster, low-cost emergency room alternative

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Our urgent care center in Beaumont is open every day with extended hours. No appointments are needed, and we accept most insurance plans. Doctors Express Urgent Care in Beaumont treats a wide variety of issues such as cuts and bruises, sore throats, fractures, and everything in between. Our walk in clinic allows you to get hospital quality care without having to sit in an emergency room for hours, and when you can't meet with your primary doctor.

We have on-site lab tests and x-rays with no appointments needed to get care. We're a state-of-the-art urgent and express care center with professional medical staff on-site every day.

 
 

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