Affinity Immediate Care Offers Women’s Health Services at Three Locations Throughout the Houston/Galveston Area
Women’s health services can often require months of waiting for the next available appointment with an OB-GYN. And, while many women are aware that an annual exam is important to ensuring that their sexual health and bodies are in the best condition, the wait can be enough to cause many women to put their well-woman exam on the back burner. At Affinity Immediate Care, we make receiving gynecological and other women-related care as easy and convenient as possible by offering same-day services with no appointment necessary. Plus, we offer flexible hours seven days a week at all three of our Houston/Galveston locations – Alvin, Galveston, and Texas City/La Marque – so all you have to do is simply walk in to the facility closest to you to receive the medical care you need at a time that fits into your busy schedule.
When you visit Affinity Immediate Care for women’s health services, you can rest easy knowing that most, if not all, of your medical needs can be met in a comfortable and professional environment. Our dedicated medical personnel can perform and treat the following:
- Annual well-woman examinations, which include breast and pelvic exams and a Pap smear
- Urinary tract infections (UTIs)
- Pregnancy testing
- Vaginal infections
- STD testing
- Morning sickness
- Abdominal pain
- Unusual spotting
- Referrals for mammograms
- And more
While we understand that a relationship with a primary gynecologist is very important for many women, we also recognize that receiving women’s health services is often something that simply can’t wait. And, with Affinity Immediate Care, the last thing you have to do is wait.
For quick and convenient women’s health services when you need them the most, contact or visit the Affinity Immediate Care location closest to you in the Houston/Galveston area. We accept all major credit cards as well as most major insurances, including Medicare, Medicaid, and TRICARE. In the event of a life-threatening emergency, please call 911 or visit the emergency room.