Austin Regional Clinic Opens New Location in Round Rock
October 01, 2018
October 1, 2018 – Round Rock, Texas – Round Rock families will now have a new choice for accessing primary care as Austin Regional Clinic (ARC) opens a new location, ARC Sendero Springs, to serve the fast-growing area.
ARC Sendero Springs is located at 1025 Sendero Springs Drive, Suite 120, near E. FM 1431. The new 4,800 square foot primary care clinic offers Family Medicine and Pediatrics, as well as a Lab, in 12 exam rooms and two treatment rooms. The new clinic joins the long-established ARC Round Rock, which began serving the community in 1985.
Like much of the state, the Round Rock area has seen a surge of population growth. Today, the population of the area, including its surrounding sub-divisions is over 123,600, making it the 27th largest city in Texas and one of the fastest-growing cities in the country.
“Convenient primary care is an important need for both adults and children in maintaining their overall health,” says Andrea Selvera, Clinic Manager for ARC Sendero Springs. “Adding another Round Rock location provides accessible, quality care closer to home. We’re excited to be opening in this vibrant community!”
ARC patients at both ARC Sendero Springs and ARC Round Rock enjoy access to such conveniences as same-day appointments, online appointment scheduling, 24/7 phone scheduling, ARC MyChart patient portal, After Hours Clinics, and nursing services through the night.
Family Medicine physicians at ARC Sendero Springs are Andrew Walters, MD, and Sarat Burri, MD. Thu Nguyen, MD, joins the group as a Pediatrician on October 11. All physicians are welcoming new patients. Call 737-220-7500, or go online to make an appointment.
A formal ribbon-cutting ceremony will be held Thursday, November 8, at 4:00 pm, open to the community to attend.
About Austin Regional Clinic
Austin Regional Clinic is a multispecialty medical group committed to providing comprehensive healthcare services throughout Central Texas. Founded by three physicians in 1980, it now provides health care to over 475,000 area residents in 25 locations in ten cities, including both primary and specialty care. For more information, visit www.austinregionalclinic.com.