Congress Ave Office
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Primary Care Doctor's Office in Austin, TX Congress Avenue

Our beautiful and calming Congress Avenue doctor’s office is designed to make it faster, easier, and more enjoyable to get exceptional care when you need it. We’ve redesigned every aspect of our primary care practice around your needs and your life — from same-day appointments that actually start on time to 24/7 video visits with our app to compassionate providers who listen. And we’re not just here for when you’re sick or injured. We can also help you meet physical and mental health goals, manage chronic illnesses, and live a happier, healthier life. Think of us as your home for healthcare.

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  • Get 24/7 on-demand care nationwide via Video Chat or Treat Me Now at no extra cost
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319 Congress Ave

Suite 100

Austin , TX 78701

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Office Hours:

Mon, Fri: 8AM–5PM
Tue–Thu: 8AM–6PM
Sat–Sun: Closed

Lab Hours:

Mon–Thu: 8AM–12PM, 1PM–4PM
Fri: 8AM–11AM, 11:30AM–12PM, 1PM–4PM
Sat–Sun: Closed


Location details

Congress Avenue is located in the historic Day Building, between E. 3rd and E. 4th St. The office is 7 blocks away from the Texas Capitol.


There's metered street parking on Congress Avenue and E. 4th St. You may also find parking at following nearby garages: 301 Congress Garage (entrance on Brazos St) - $3 for the first 20 min, then $5 per 20 min after, and Frost Bank Tower Garage (entrance on E. 4th between Congress and Brazos) - $3 per 20 min. Rates are subject to change. We do not validate parking at this office.

Our services

Think of us as your home for healthcare — your go-to for preventive care like physicals and screenings and your first stop when something feels off.

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