Physicians Urgent Care is a full-service, walk-in clinic offering medical treatment to all ages for illness and injury that fit into your schedule and budget. We treat common illnesses, from allergies and strep throat, to minor injuries, and provide routine medical services like health screenings, vaccinations and physicals, in our clinics, as well as at your business or workplace.There are no long waits. You will be seen by a team of medical professionals offering world-class customer service. The welcoming environment includes multiple treatment and exam rooms offering privacy, cleanliness and comfort. There is always a board-certified physician on-site. Most insurance is accepted without referral.
Physicians Urgent Care is open seven days a weeks. There are no appointments just walk in when you need us and you’ll be seen promptly. Most patients are seen and treated in under an hour. We will get you in and out quickly. We can dispense your prescription medications at the time of your visit. Talk about uncommon service.
Who We Are
Physicians Urgent Care works as a complement to the relationship you have with your doctor. Our health care providers are advanced practice registered nurses (APRNs) and certified medical assistants (CMAs). APRNs are masters-prepared registered nurses with advanced training and clinical experience. They can diagnose and treat illnesses, and prescribe medications. CMAs are certified health care professionals who perform various administrative and clinical duties.
Our medical directors are physicians who practice medicine in the community. They collaborate with our APRNs and review patients’ care on a regular basis. Learn more about our scope of services.
IMPORTANT NOTE:Physicians Urgent Care is not an emergency department nor a substitute for ongoing medical care.Our medical centers are equipped to handle most routine illnesses, injuries, and conditions. However, patients who are experiencing traumatic or life-threatening illnesses or injuries-such as major head trauma, chest pain, severe abdominal pain, or loss of consciousness-should be sent directly to the Emergency Room.
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