Appointment Page Schedule or Request an Appointment Search by provider name or by service and location to schedule or request an appointment. Find a Provider and Appointment Urgent and Same Day Care Need Urgent or Primary Care today? Don't wait. Schedule online, save your place in line! Click to make a same-day appointment Emergency Care Need emergency care? Come to one of our ER's: Galveston, League City, Clear Lake or Angleton. Emergency Care Locations Need a COVID Test or Vaccine? Schedule a COVID test or vaccine online, review FAQs & get information on COVID.Visit the COVID-19 Page for Patients Get your Flu Vaccine Schedule the annual flu vaccine to protect yourself and your family.More information on Influenza Use the MyChart Patient Portal Log in or set up an account to make appointments with your providers and more. Log in or Set Up MyChart Need additional assistance? Call our Nurse Triage 24/7 at (800) 917-8906 for care (excluding COVID testing & vaccines) Click to call us Before arriving to your scheduled appointment...Please click to review each topic below for safety information prior to your visit: Appointment Instructions Call If You Develop These Symptoms Close Call If You Develop These Symptoms If you have Tested Positive for COVID-19 in the last 10 days or have ANY of the symptoms listed below, please notify the clinic PRIOR to arriving: Fever Nonproductive persistent cough Shortness of breath/difficulty breathing Chills or repeated shaking with chills Muscle pain (including new onset low back pain), joint pain, extreme fatigue Diarrhea New loss of taste or smell Sore throat Headache Conjunctivitis (red eye with discharge) Masking Requirements Close Masking Requirements UTMB Masking Requirements as of April 22, 2022:Visitors, staff and students must wear appropriate face masks in all UTMB hospital facilities whenever there is a direct patient encounter, such as in patient rooms and procedure areas. Masking in other areas of the hospital will be optional. Cloth masks are not allowed in hospital settings.Masking for patients, visitors and UTMB Health staff and students will be optional in ambulatory (clinic) settings for patients with no symptoms, and for vaccinated faculty and staff.Masking requirements during outpatient procedures and with specific high-risk groups of patients will be based on patient and employee safety protocols for the clinical environment and procedure being performed.Patients in any UTMB Health ambulatory setting are welcome to request their providers wear a mask. Clinic Visitor Policy Close Clinic Visitor Policy CLINICS (INCLUDING WALK-IN URGENT CARE SITES):We know there are many situations where caregivers and family are helpful during an outpatient visit. However, at this time we are limiting the number of people in our exam rooms and waiting areas to foster a healthier, safer environment.Below are our current policies for caregiver(s) accompanying patients in our clinics:One (1) healthy adult spouse, partner or caregiver can accompany an adult patient.Pediatric patients may be accompanied by two (2) adult caregivers or one (1) adult caregiver and one (1) child.Masks for patients, visitors and UTMB Health staff and students will be optional in clinics for patients with no symptoms and vaccinated faculty and staff (effective April 22, 2022).Masking may be required during certain procedures and with specific high-risk groups of patients, based on safety protocols.Patients in any UTMB Health ambulatory setting are welcome to request their providers wear a mask. Please practice social distancing.Any exceptions must be approved in advance by the provider. Please schedule urgent care appointments online to avoid a wait.Read more about UTMB Health's visitor policy. Screening Questions Close Screening Questions You will be asked screening questions when making your appointment and may hear similar questions from the clinical team. This potential repetition and extensive intake process is for your safety and ensures we get the correct information needed for our team members to assess and treat your symptoms and health care needs.