About Texan Urgent Care
Texan Urgent Care is a group of Urgent Care Clinics serving the Bastrop, Waco, Kyle, Austin, San Antonio, Tomball, Manor and Georgetown areas of Texas. The company's staff specializes in treating injuries and illnesses; such as upper respiratory infections, sore throat, eye/ear infections, fractures, lacerations, allergic reactions and more.
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Latest Texan Urgent Care News
Dec 21, 2015
W. Scott Bailey Reporter/Project CoordinatorSan Antonio Business Journal Related Content Enlarge FastMed Urgent Care has acquired Texan Urgent Care facilities in Austin and several other… more FastMed Urgent Care, which has headquarters operations in Arizona and North Carolina, has acquired Texan Urgent Care and its 14 clinical facilities — including several in the Austin area. Terms of the deal were not disclosed, but the transaction will expand FastMed’s footprint to 104 locations spread across Arizona, North Carolina and Texas. Both companies are privately held. Enlarge FastMed Urgent Care has acquired Texan Urgent Care facilities in Austin and several other… more In addition to its San Antonio clinics, Texan has facilities in Texan Urgent Care operates Central Texas facilities in Austin, Bastrop, Georgetown, Kyle, Manor and Waco. It also has five clinics in the San Antonio area and one in Tomball, near Houston. Brent Stone of ABRY Partners , a private equity firm and FastMed’s majority shareholder, said the deal for Texan represents FastMed’s “initial foray into the Texas market.” Stone added that ABRY is fully committed to “providing all resources necessary to develop the largest and highest quality urgent care operation in the state of Texas.” Medical personnel at FastMed facilities will treat more than 1 million patients in 2015, company officials said. Dr. Ashish Singhal , founder of Texan Urgent Care, said the company took an interest in FastMed because the two companies share a similar level of commitment to accessible, quality care. W. Scott Bailey covers health care, tourism, sports business, economic development; he also plans and edits some special reports. Related Content
Texan Urgent Care Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
When was Texan Urgent Care founded?
Texan Urgent Care was founded in 2010.
Where is Texan Urgent Care's headquarters?
Texan Urgent Care's headquarters is located at 5400 Cross Lake Parkway, Woodway.
What is Texan Urgent Care's latest funding round?
Texan Urgent Care's latest funding round is Acquired.
Who are the investors of Texan Urgent Care?
Investors of Texan Urgent Care include FastMed Urgent Care.
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