North Richland Hills Location

Monday - Friday
7:30am - 6:00pm
8:30am – 11:30am

Keller Location

Monday - Friday
7:00am - 7:00pm
9:00am – 1:00pm

Not all illnesses and injuries require a trip to the emergency room. For less severe cuts, bumps and bruises, skip the wait!

North Hills Family Medicine is equipped to treat minor injuries, minor fracture care, laceration (stitches) repair, respiratory illnesses, and much more. We offer evening and weekend hours. Our goal is to provide a centralized location for treatment of your entire health.

For your convenience, we offer these routine lab tests in our office:

Need Care? Where Should You Go?

These following lists are not comprehensive. Always use your best judgement to determine if a situation requires emergency care.

North Hills
Family Medicine

We can help manage your health over time.

Make an appointment or utilize our walk-in urgent care hours for:


Urgent Care is a good option when NHFM is not available and your condition requires immediate care but is not life threatening.


The ER should be used for life- threatening issues (NOT for minor illnesses/injuries).

If you experience these symptoms, go to the closest ER or call 911:

50% of all ER visits can be handled by your
Primary Care Physician!

Call North Hills Family Medicine First!

For patients of North Hills Family Medicine, we encourage our patients to call us for any medical questions.

Urgent Care

In the case of an injury or mild to moderate illness, an urgent care center is a great choice if our offices are closed. They are open extended hours and most will accept the insurances that our offices accept. However, we always recommend checking with your insurance company for your coverage and help in finding an urgent care center that is contracted with your health plan.

Emergency Room

For serious conditions, an emergency room is the appropriate place to seek care. Chest pain, shortness of breath, altered mental status, bleeding from the rectum or vomiting blood are examples of illnesses appropriate for an emergency room.

If you do visit an ER, we encourage you to schedule a follow-up with us to ensure that care is continued.