Your PCP is your partner in your overall well-being

A primary care physician (PCP), or primary care doctor, is your first stop when you are sick or in need of healthcare services—including your annual physical, immunizations, prescription refills, cold or flu symptoms, a sore throat, minor injuries, back pain or even suspected broken bones.

Your primary care physician also makes sure you are up to date on your preventive health services such as mammograms or colorectal screenings.

Especially when it comes to chronic conditions, like diabetes, high blood pressure, high cholesterol or congestive heart failure, your primary care doctor is the one who provides the frequent monitoring and consistent voice in your care. Find a list of all of our primary care clinics in Texas.

Learn more about your PCP's role

Same-day care options

Baylor Scott & White Health offers a convenient services when you are sick. Many of our primary care clinics accept walk-ins or offer after hours and weekend appointments. In addition, we offer e-visit service that enables you to get an online diagnosis and treatment plan for common medical conditions often treated my a primary care doctor.

Know where to go
​​​​​​​​​​​​​Sometimes a sudden illness or injury occurs and you know you need immediate care. But maybe you aren't sure what level of care your symptoms require. We are here to help!
Seek same-day care
  • Sprains
  • Sore throat/Severe cold or flu symptoms
  • Repeated vomiting
  • Urinary tract infections (UTI)
  • Mild asthma
  • Rash without fever
  • Broken bones in wrist, hand, ankle or foot that have not broken skin
  • Persistent diarrhea

Please note: These general guidelines are not intended to serve as a diagnosis or replace medical advice provided by a physician or other medical care provider.

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Go to emergency room
  • Broken bones and dislocated joints
  • Deep cuts
  • Head and eye injuries or severe headache
  • High fever, fever with rash or fever in infant
  • Fainting or loss of consciousness
  • Serious burns
  • Vaginal bleeding with pregnancy
  • Severe abdominal pain or pain starting halfway down back
  • Seizures without previous diagnosis
  • Heart palpitations
  • Loss of vision
  • Sudden testicular pain
  • Persistent nosebleed, vomiting blood or blood in stool or urine

Please note: These general guidelines are not intended to serve as a diagnosis or replace medical advice provided by a physician or other medical care provider.

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Call 911
  • Shortness of breath
  • Possible heart attack—chest pain, pain in the left arm or jaw, sudden weakness/dizziness
  • Possible stroke—numbness, slurred speech, severe headaches, weakness on one side of face, loss of consciousness
  • Injury or trauma that threatens life or limb loss
  • Loss of vision (unable to get transportation to emergency room)
  • Weakness or paralysis

Please note: These general guidelines are not intended to serve as a diagnosis or replace medical advice provided by a physician or other medical care provider.

Our primary care locations near you

Enhanced online access

All of our primary care locations use an electronic health record that allows for an enhanced patient experience. With the MyBSWHealth App and online portal, our patients can:

  • Conveniently schedule appointments
  • Access their medical records
  • View test results
  • Communicate one-on-one with their care team via messages
  • Easily review and pay bills
  • Complete a quick eVisit
  • eCheck in prior to appointments
Healthcare is Better when it's all together.
Download the MyBSWHealth app today and see how easy it is to manage your family's care in one place.
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Get your seasonal flu vaccine

Beginning late September, many Baylor Scott & White clinics offer designated availability for the community to receive flu vaccinations, often on a walk-in basis.

Flu vaccine information

Walk with a Doc

Walk with a Doc is a monthly walking program during which a Baylor Scott & White provider speaks briefly about his or her area of expertise—from tips for avoiding heat stroke or managing allergies to steps to help maintain mental wellness.

Walkers will then enjoy a one- to two-mile walk with the provider, during which you can continue the conversation and ask the provider health-related questions.

More about walk with a doc