Ribbon Cutting - Austin Regional Clinic Bee Cave

Jan 05, 2018 - by Courtney Bunte

Austin Regional Clinic Bee Cave Opens Jan. 15

-- Pediatrician, Family Medicine and More Coming to Fast-Growing Community --

Monday, January 8, 2018 – Bee Cave, Texas Austin Regional Clinic will open a new location Monday, January 15, 2018 to meet growing needs for medical care in Bee Cave, the western Travis County community that has more than doubled in size over seven years. 

ARC Bee Cave will be staffed by family medicine physician, Dr. Mark  Nugent and pediatrician, Dr. Jennifer Christensen, both Bee Cave area residents. Laboratory and radiology services will also be available at the clinic.

“We’re thrilled to be practicing at ARC Bee Cave, allowing us to do what we love — providing medical care for families — in the same community we live and raise our children,” said Dr. Nugent.

Located at 15801 W. SH 71, Building 1, across the highway from the Nitro swimming facility, the 7,700-square-foot facility will become Austin Regional Clinic’s 24th clinical location in Central Texas. ARC Bee Cave will offer same-day appointments, 24/7 phone and online scheduling, the ARC MyChart patient portal and nursing services through the night, as well as flu shots, well-check exams and more.

Like much of Texas, Bee Cave has seen a surge of population growth, from about 4,000 residents in 2010 to more than 8,000 today, making it one of the state’s fastest-growing cities.

“Rapid growth is increasing demand for medical services located close to home and work,” said ARC Bee Cave clinic manager Monica Davis. “We are excited to be in the Bee Cave area, offering residents in and around the community access to quality primary care in their neighborhood.”

A public Ribbon-Cutting ceremony, including Bee Cave Mayor Caroline Murphy and other local dignitaries, will be held Tuesday, January 16, at 9 a.m., open to the public.