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Access to health care 24 hours a day

24/7 Connected Care

Always call 911 for emergencies, including heart attack or stroke symptoms, or go directly to the nearest hospital emergency room.

Seasonal allergies, colds, flu, sprains, strains, burns, infections, skin rashes, and more. We know medical problems happen 24/7. Whether you are feeling sick, have a minor injury, or need to keep up with your health, you can access the medical care you need 365 days a year for both new and existing patients.

Need a pediatrician or family doctor on the same day or after hours? ARC offers 24/7 care for kids. From minor injuries and emergencies to pediatric care for kids, we are here for you and your family. Schedule appointments online anytime.

Same-Day appointments are available seven days a week, including nights and holidays. Here are other ways we help with your medical needs by keeping you connected to care 24/7.

Easy appointments

    • Same-Day & After Hours

      Same-Day visits are available to established and new patients during the daytime in all primary care clinics, and nighttime and weekends in our After Hours clinics.

      Why ARC instead of urgent care or ER?

      Depending on your health plan, using ARC can save you money, give you easy access to your visit summary, and let your doctor review the visit notes quickly. We can book a follow-up with your doctor or schedule an appointment with a specialist. 

      Learn more or book an ARC After Hours Visit

    • On-demand, 24/7 virtual urgent care with an ARC doctor

      Sometimes, you can’t wait to talk to your nurse or doctor and want immediate medical advice from an ARC physician who has access to your records. We have a convenient telemedicine subscription service giving you direct and immediate access to an ARC doctor 24/7/365. Sign up for a monthly or annual plan and instant message or video chat with one of our doctors immediately.

      Learn more or sign up at NormanMD.com

    • 24/7 scheduling

      You can book an appointment 24/7 by phone or online.

      By phone? Call 512-272-4636 (512-ARC-INFO) or any clinic and press “1” for an appointment.
      Online? Log in to your ARC MyChart account or visit ARCappointments.com and follow the online prompts.

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    • Clinics near you

      We have many clinic locations and continue to grow across Central Texas. With centralized medical records, your doctors are connected to your health, no matter where you book your appointment.

      Find an ARC clinic near you

    • On-site lab & radiology

      ARC clinics offer on-site blood draw stations. Most also offer on-site radiology or provide the service nearby. Both services, when on-site, are available at the time of your appointment.

      Find ARC radiology services near you

Connected Care Team

    • ARC MyChart patient portal

      With ARC’s patient portal, ARC MyChart, you have access to your secure medical record across all ARC locations. Your health information stays up-to-date, and it’s easy to access by any ARC doctor you see. Improved legibility, accuracy, and completeness mean improved patient care quality and safety. You also have access to your medical records from ARC MyChart.

      Sign in to MyChart

    • 24/7 phone nurse

      Call 512-272-4636 (512-ARC-INFO) or your clinic and press "4" to speak with an experienced nurse when you or a family member is ill. Based on the symptoms you describe, we can recommend treatment, book an appointment, or refer you to a specialist.

      Find your clinic phone number

    • Coordinated care

      Coordinated care is an evidence-based model of health care that helps prevent illness and disease. Your primary care physician (PCP) works with you and other specialists you see to meet your health goals and stay up to date on recommended screenings.

      Our coordinated care services include the following:

      • Chronic care nurse navigators for patients with high-risk and/or complex, chronic medical issues who need extra nursing support.
      • Hospital/ER transition services to coordinate inpatient and emergency care and help you reconnect with your PCP after your hospital or ER visit.
      • Diabetes nurse navigator for patients with newly diagnosed diabetes or those who need extra guidance while managing their condition.
    • Health reminders

      We help you stay up to date on your recommended screenings and tests, sending you reminders customized for your health needs and communication preferences. If you have an ARC MyChart account, you'll receive reminders there. If not, you’ll receive letters in the mail. Sign up for MyChart at your next appointment, or sign in now.

      Sign in to MyChart

24/7 online services

    • ARC MyChart health management

      With ARC MyChart, you can request prescription refills, view test results, update personal and insurance information, review your statements and pay your bill, share or download your medical record, and more. You can even help manage your loved one’s health care. We’re doing what we can to improve your access and make health care easier.

      Sign in to MyChart

    • Online bill pay

      Anybody can pay a bill online at ARCbillpay.com from an invoice with an account number. If you are the guarantor, the person financially responsible for anyone on your health plan, you can view past statements and pay your bill on ARC MyChart.

      Pay a bill

    • New patient registration

      If you are a new patient, you can save time and avoid delays at your first appointment when you register using our eservices using the steps below or by calling 512-407-8686.

      • You will receive a registration text up to three days before your appointment.
      • Confirm your appointment and follow the prompts to register. You will be asked to complete information via your smartphone. Expect it to take about 5-10 minutes to complete.
      • Provide registration information and submit a photo of your ID and health insurance card.

      Register my new patient information

Conditions

Accidents and Falls

Accidents and Falls

Accidents and falls can cause injuries, including bruises, broken bones, fractures, and sprains.

Acute Gastrointestinal Illness

Acute Gastrointestinal Illness

Acute gastrointestinal illness can cause a combination of nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, and abdominal pain.

Colds and Flu

Colds and Flu

A cold is caused by any one of several viruses that causes inflammation of the membranes that line the nose and throat. It can result from any one of more than 200 different viruses. But rhinoviruses cause most colds.

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Fever

Fever

A fever is a body temperature that is higher than normal. It often means there is an abnormal process occurring in the body. Exercise, hot weather, and vaccines can also make body temperature rise.

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Minor Cuts and Bruises

Minor Cuts and Bruises

Occasional cuts, bruises, or tumbles tend to happen. Luckily, most of these injuries are not serious and can be treated with over-the-counter medicine or with the help of a primary care physician.

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Minor Lacerations and Burns

Minor Lacerations and Burns

ARC doctors can help your skin recover properly from minor lacerations and burns.

Muscle Strains

Muscle Strains

Muscle strains, also known as a pulled muscle, can cause pain, swelling, muscle spasms, and limit the ability to move the muscle.

Skin Infections

Skin Infections

Skin infections can be caused by bacteria, fungus, viruses, or parasites, maltreatment of the skin, and more.

Skin Rashes

Skin Rashes

Many rashes require clinical care by a physician or other health care professional. Common skin rashes include dermatitis, drug rashes, eczema, and poison ivy.

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Sprains

Sprains

A sprain is caused by an injury that stresses a joint and overstretches or even ruptures supporting ligaments. This can happen from a fall, twist, or blow to the body.

Urinary Tract Infections

Urinary Tract Infections

UTI's are caused by bacteria getting into your urinary tract- kidneys, bladder, or urethra.

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