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Ready Care

Formerly Frio Regional Primary Care and Urgent Care Clinic is now known as Ready Care - Dilley! We will provide the same great care as always. Only our name has changed.

For the time being, we will be utilizing tele-medicine for those patients who are exhibiting symptoms and for those patients whose needs do not require an in-person visit. We will schedule patients who need to be seen in the clinic as needed. Patients must call 830.326.3171 to schedule an appointment.

This much-needed clinic expands the health care footprint for Frio Regional Hospital in South Texas. Now, you no longer need to drive very far to get the care you need, when you need it.

They're called accidents because you don't expect them. Your illness or injury may require a trip to the ER, or a just visit to the Urgent Care Clinic. If you're in doubt, we have physicians and nurses on staff that can help you figure it out. We're here to help.

Services offered:

  • Quick Primary Care Access
  • Adult & Pediatric Services
  • X-Rays
  • Lab Services
  • Health Screenings & Education
  • Physicals
  • Wellness & Prevention
  • Disease Management
  • Immunizations
  • Minor Injuries
  • Women's Health/Gynecological Care
  • Family Planning

For more information

If you'd like to learn more about the services available at Ready Care, please call 830.326.3171.

Here's How to Decide Where You Should Go: ER vs. Urgent Care

Emergency Room

  • Abdominal Pain
  • Children under three months who need immediate care
  • Extreme pain, especially if the cause is unknown
  • Eye injuries
  • Falls with injury or while taking blood thinners
  • High fevers
  • Intestinal bleeding
  • Loss of consciousness or vision
  • Persistent chest pain (especially radiating to the arm or jaw with sweating, vomiting, or shortness of breath.)
  • Repeated vomiting
  • Seizures without a previous diagnosis of epilepsy
  • Severe burns
  • Severe heart palpitations
  • Sudden severe head pain or injury
  • Sudden testicular pain and swelling
  • Suspected poisoning or drug overdose
  • Traumatic injury
  • Vaginal bleeding with pregnancy
  • Weakness or paralysis

Urgent Care

  • Allergic reactions
  • Animal and bug bites
  • Broken bones and dislocated joints*
  • Cuts that need stitches*
  • Coughs, congestion and sinus problems
  • Ear infections
  • Mild fevers
  • Minor burns
  • Painful urination
  • Persistent diarrhea
  • Pink eye or other minor eye problems
  • Rashes
  • Severe flu or cold symptoms*
  • Throat pain
  • Vomiting

*Condition can also be seen in an emergency room.

CALL 911 – if you have a medical emergency, or you are unsure of where to go. Don't drive to the hospital if you have severe chest pain, heavy bleeding, feel like you may faint, have impaired vision, or feel like you may be having a heart attack or stroke.

An ambulance is much safer, especially if you are having a heart attack. An emergency medical technician (EMT) provides medical care on the way to the hospital and they're trained to stabilize the patient before they get to the emergency room.