Urgent Care Medical Center
Urgent Care Medical Is Fast & Convenient
It’s important to understand the differences between a hospital emergency room (ER) and an urgent care clinic. The ER is focused on the treatment of life threatening medical conditions. This includes chest pains, severe wounds or amputations. The ER is also not based on a first come first serve basis. Patients with the most significant conditions are seen first. Patients with minor illnesses or injuries must often must wait hours to receive no-emergency urgent care.
We Offer Affordable Health Care Options
Our urgent care medical care clinic provides additional urgent health care options in addition to your primary care doctor or the ER. By utilizing our urgent care services, you get experienced physicians combined with more affordable options along and the convenience of extended hours and walk-in service.
How Our Urgent Care Medical Center Works
Whenever you have an injury or illness that requires fast attention, remember Med Care Medical Center is here for you.
1. Simply Walk In
Just walk through our doors and get treated, no appointments or referrals necessary. There is always a doctor on site, and a full medical team ready to take care of you and your family.
2. Provide Your ID and Insurance Card*
We accept most insurances and typically your urgent care co-pay will be significantly less than your ER co-pay. Contact your insurance company to confirm any cost savings available as well as your specific plan benefits. We handle the billing process for you.
- *However, if you do not have insurance, no worries as we have made great healthcare affordable with discounted cash options. Remember, our affordable rates offer a great alternative to the ER and other clinics.
3. Start Feeling Better. Fast!
For most visits, patients and clients usually spend less than an hour. This means you can get in, get treated by doctors, then get on with the rest of your day.
- Bladder infections
- Cuts / minor lacerations
- Diarrhea Ear infections
- Ear wax removal
- Eye infections / sties
- Fingernail / toenail injuries
- Influenza (flu)
- Insect / bee stings
- Laryngitis Sinus infections
- Splinter removal
- Sprains Stomach flu (gastroenteritis)
- Strep / sore throat
- Swimmer’s ear
- Urinary tract infections
- Acute fracture (non-displaced)
- Auto accidents – whiplash
- Back pain
- Lumbar Pain or strains
- Knee, shoulder, ankle sprains
- Crush injuries
- Falls (from less than 7 feet)
- Abdominal pain
- Abnormal vaginal bleeding
- Allergic reactions
- Asthma Diabetes
- Gastritis or indigestion
- Headaches – migraine and tension
- Sexually transmitted diseases (STDs)
- Childhood infectious diseases
- Skin Conditions
- Athlete’s foot
- Cold sores
- Eczema / dry skin
- Minor burns and rashes
- Minor skin infections Minor sunburn
- Minor wound care Poison ivy / poison oak
- Skin lesions/rashes
- Swimmer’s itch