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For times when kids get sick or have an accident after hours, Prosper's team of pediatric-trained, experienced physicians, nurses and technicians are ready to help.

We realize that many urgent health care needs occur after hours when your child's primary care provider may not be available. In these cases, we offer pediatric urgent care services that are both convenient and comfortable for your child.

Should You Visit Urgent Care or Emergency?

Download a printable chart

The following chart can help you decide if your child needs urgent or emergency care. You can also print the chart to keep handy in a visible location or in your FREE Health Care Notebook.

green = primary care, yellow = urgent care, red = emergency

primary careurgent care

Allergies

emergency

Allergic reactions

primary careurgent care

Asthma attack (mild wheezing)

emergency

Asthma attack (wheezing/trouble breathing)

primary careurgent care

Bites/stings

emergency

Broken bones (visible, obvious deformity)

emergency

Broken bones

primary careurgent care

Burn (minor)

emergency

Burn (serious, including eyes, electrical or acid burns, infection or blister)

emergency

Cast-related problems (after hours)

primary careurgent care

Cold/cough

urgent care

Cut (minor)

emergency

Cut (bleeding that won't stop)

emergency

Dehydration

primary careurgent care

Diarrhea

primary careurgent care

Earache/ear infection

emergency

Fainting due to exercise or activity

primary careurgent care

Fainting

primary careurgent care

Fever (child is older than 2 months and has no other medical problems)

emergency

Fever (child is younger than 2 months)

primary careurgent care

Flu

primary careurgent care

Head injury (no loss of consciousness or other concerns)

emergency

Head injury (loss of consciousness, confusion, vomiting)

primary careurgent care

Laryngitis

primary careurgent care

Migraine headache

primary careurgent care

Nosebleed (not resulting from an injury to the face/nose)

primary careurgent care

Pink eye

emergency

Poisoning

primary careurgent care

Rash

primary careurgent care

Respiratory conditions/wheezing/pneumonia/croup (without severe breathing problems)

emergency

Respiratory conditions/wheezing/pneumonia/croup (with severe breathing problems)

emergency

Seizure

emergency

Shock

primary careurgent care

Sinus infection

primary careurgent care

Sore throat

primary careurgent care

Sprain/strain

primary careurgent care

Stomachache

primary careurgent care

Swallowed object (no problems swallowing)

emergency

Swallowed object (problems swallowing)

emergency

Swallowed object (battery, magnet)

primary careurgent care

Urinary tract infection

primary careurgent care

Vomiting (not as a result of injury)

Why choose pediatric urgent care?

At Cook Children's, we've seen it all, and we treat it all, quickly. Our team of pediatric-trained physicians, nurses and technicians are experienced in all things kids, and they're ready to take care of your child's needs. In addition to excellent care, our Fort Worth urgent care center offers:

  • Board certified pediatricians, as well as nurse practitioners and physician assistants
  • Urgent care walk-ins accepted

If it turns out that more serious medical care is needed, your child will have access to the best pediatric emergency care available at Cook Children's Medical Center, located on the main campus in Fort Worth. Our Teddy Bear Transport team is always ready for those extremely critical cases when your child needs to get to our medical center quickly.

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Fees, payments and insurance

  • Fees, insurance co-payment and deductibles are due at each visit.
  • Please bring insurance identification to every appointment.
  • Let us know when there are changes in insurance coverage, address, employment or phone numbers.

Financial and billing information
Accepted insurance plans