In a situation where he will be going to daven with a Minyan who do not reach Kiryat Shema on time, the normal thing to do is recite it before going to Shul, without the brachas because the bracha after to Gaal Yisrael then needs to be followed immediately by the Amidah.
Therefore it would seem in this situation he should do the same: recite Shema now, then do the full tefilla, saying Shema again as part of that.
How much of Shema should he say now? First verse, first paragraph or all of it? I think the Rishonim and others may differ on that opinion, as well as when the zman actually is, but I think in general this is the accepted procedure.
Obviously, if it's a weekday he should also wear Tefillin whilst reciting Shacharit (brachas before and after Shema, Amidah and if said that day Tachanun). Possibly, if rushed, he might not have time to put Tefillin on before the z'man.
The 3rd hour is the proper time by which to say Shema but the 4th hour will suffice for the purpose of b'rachot (and some allow 6 or even all day according to Rambam but only in times of Ones).