COVID-19

At Texas Health Breeze Urgent Care our priority is keeping you safe. Here are the extra safety measures in place.

Temperature checks and mask confirmation at arrival

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Increased hand hygiene

Universal masking required

Follow-up calls after your visit

  • Does Breeze Urgent Care offer testing for COVID-19?

    Yes, COVID-19 testing is offered as part of an urgent-care visit for patients with symptoms when deemed necessary by the provider. However, our centers are not dedicated testing sites. This means we do not offer testing for people who are not experiencing symptoms.

    For individuals needing COVID-19 testing only, there are many local free or low-cost resources available. To learn more about public testing sites, contact one of the agencies below, or search online for “COVID testing” and the name of your county or city.

    Local Resources

    City of Dallas
    214-670-3111
    City of Fort Worth
    817-392-8478
    Collin County Public Health (CCPH)
    972-548-5500
    Dallas County Health & Human Services (DCHHS)
    214-819-2000
    Denton County Public Health (DCPH)
    940-349-2585
    Tarrant County Public Health (TCPH)
    817-248-6299
    Texas Department of State Health Services (DSHS)
    Local call to 2-1-1, option 6
    Texas Health Information
    (Physician Referral, Class Registration)
    877-THR-WELL (877-847-9355)
  • How Long Does It Take for Results?
    Our centers are providing rapid, point of care testing should a COVID-19 test be needed as part of your care. You can typically expect results in 15 minutes or is some cases, shortly after you leave the center.
  • What If My Test Is Positive?
    If you test positive for COVID-19 you will need to stay home, and self-isolate. This means you should avoid contact with others in your household, including pets. Your provider and/or clinical concierge will help you understand when it may be safe to discontinue self-isolation based on criteria from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).
  • What If My Test Is Negative?
    Even if your test is negative, you could still have COVID-19, as it can take up to 14 days from the day you were exposed before you have symptoms or a positive test result. Your provider and/or clinical concierge will help you understand next steps and develop a plan to keep you safe.
Still Have Questions About COVID-19?
Call the Texas Health Coronavirus Hotline to speak with a nurse, Monday through Friday, 7 a.m. to 7 p.m., 682-236-7601.
Is it an Emergency?

If you are experiencing any of the following symptoms, please call 911 immediately.

  • Shortness of breath
  • Severe trauma or bleeding
  • Severe abdominal pain
  • Drug overdose/accidental poisonings
  • Chest pain
  • Symptoms of a stroke (e.g. facial drooping, arm/leg weakness or paralysis, speech difficulty)
  • Chest pain
  • Symptoms of a stroke (e.g. facial drooping, arm/leg weakness or paralysis, speech difficulty)