Little Spurs is here to help you and your child. Are you worried about leaving your house, or worried you have been exposed to COVID-19?
Click HERE to video chat with a provider today and have all of your concerns addressed. We will do our best to put your mind at ease.
Now you can save your spot and get in line before leaving your home. It’s easy! Simply click the Save Your Spot above. Upon arrival, you will complete the registration process. After this, you will receive a live waitlist of where you are in line and can wait comfortably in your car or elsewhere. This is not an appointment. Time slots are estimates and we will do our best to see you in a timely manner.
Little Spurs Pediatric Urgent Care does NOT conduct annual wellness exams.
All locations are closed Christmas and Thanksgiving Day.
Little Spurs Pediatric Urgent Care on Potranco Rd opened in March of 2020 and serves the far west Bexar and Medina County communities. Located at 14249 Potranco Rd, it is located close to the intersection of Potranco Rd and 211, next door to Dominos Pizza.
Most insurance policies are welcome! Please bring your current insurance card with you. We participate in many insurance company plans, including those listed in our Insurance page.
Wondering if we can help your child? At Little Spurs Pediatrics Urgent Care, our skilled providers can take care of your child’s minor emergencies and get you on your way to feeling better, fast. To view a list of common conditions we treat, go to our Services page.
If this is your first time coming to Little Spurs, please be sure to bring a valid ID and your current insurance card. We do not have toys in our waiting rooms (oh so many germs!). We always have children’s shows on and books and magazines are available.
What is it? Irritation/Inflammation of the eye that may be caused by viruses, bacteria, allergies or chemical exposure. The most common cause of conjunctivitis...April 9, 2020
What is it? A common cold, known as a Upper Respiratory Tract infection, is an illness caused by a number of different viruses such...April 9, 2020
What is it? A fever is defined by the American Academy of Pediatrics as body temperature greater than 100.4°F or 38°C taken with a...April 9, 2020