Texas Health Breeze Urgent Care :: Easy, Transparent, & Available for the Whole Family

This is a sponsored post by Texas Health Breeze Urgent Care, but the opinions here are 100% my own.

Urgent care medical needs don’t wait until regular business hours. They happen in the most inopportune times. 

Who am I kidding? There’s never a good time for an illness, injury or other minor medical need. Or, just a medical need for that matter! 

Plus, have you been one of the lucky people that had to make an urgent care visit, possibly even a stubbed toe, strep throat, skin rash on a child, etc., only to be a tad freaked out because you didn’t know where to go, if you had to make an appointment, and you didn’t know if the cost would be your entire left arm?

Yeah, me, too. Not fun times!

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Texas Health Breeze Urgent Care, McKinney Texas, November 2020

Urgent Care Available On Your Schedule

When I heard that Texas Health Breeze Urgent Care centers were available 365 days per year, 12 hours per day, I made an important mental note. The next time one of my family members, or me, has to see a provider, I’m heading to Texas Health Breeze Urgent Care.


Because they’re local, fast, transparent, and available

Plus, their name is attached to one of the largest health systems in Texas. This matters. 

Not only that, they’re open from 8am-8pm every single day. I’m a working mom, so while there are some issues I need to take of, there are other times I just need to get in and out quickly, see a provider, and frequently leave with a prescription. So Texas Health Breeze Urgent Care fits into my schedule, not the other way around. 

And did you get that bit about walking out with a prescription? Uhm, yeah. I said that. 

Every Texas Health Breeze Urgent Care center has an onsite pharmacy kiosk. So not only do you get to visit with the provider, but the majority of patients leave with medication in hand at no additional cost. 

Concierge Service

Texas Health Breeze Urgent Care also offers a concierge service. This means that when you arrive at their location, you’ll have one person tending to you throughout your visit. The person who checks you in will also grab you a warm cup of tea or coffee, then show you to your exam room. Of course, they’ll also be the ones answering your questions, in addition to the provider. 

What I also love is their commitment to transparency. Breeze commits to make sure you know your costs upfront. No hidden fees!

How many times have you visited an urgent care place because it was the only place within a 15-mile radius only to be hit with a bill that was totally out of left field? Unfortunately, it’s happened to all of us!

However, Texas Health Breeze Urgent Care says that you’ll pay your regular insurance urgent care copay (usually $50 or less). If you don’t have insurance, the visit will cost you a nominal amount, covering almost everything during your visit. From what I can tell, Breeze accepts most major insurance plans. I know this because the list is right on their website. They’re entirely upfront, so you know what you’re walking into.

Medical Care for Busy Moms and Families

Look, we’re all leading busy, active lives. In a perfect world, we’d be able to tootle along without the hassle of sickness, sprains, scrapes, and allergies. But, since we don’t live in a perfect world, it’s essential to have resources. That’s what we get with Texas Health Breeze Urgent Care. Plus, they have 13 locations across North Dallas, so it’s easy to find a place to get in, out, and on with our lives.

Learn More about Texas Health Breeze Urgent Care


Jennifer Slingerland Ryan knows a thing or two about kids and families. First, she knows they are joyous, exhilarating, loving and so darn fun. Second, she knows they suck your life dry and make you weep like a baby. By day she’s a psychotherapist; by night she’s a mom and wife. She claims to love therapizing couples, educating parents, reading dystopian fiction and sleeping in her free time (read: she never sleeps). Jennifer is a mom of twins who are sweet as sugar, but just hit that tween stage so all bets are off. Her youngest is...a joy. Let's just stop there. Most days you can find her in her office seeing clients, doing laundry, loading or unloading the dishwasher, or catching up on the latest episode of Real Housewives of (Insert City Here), Walking Dead or This Is Us. She is a tree-hugging country girl from West Texas who reads, writes, and teaches about human development and families as a hobby and profession. You can read more from Jennifer at her therapy blog, ichoosechange.com


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