Doctors Immediate care clinics provide convenient access to Walk-In treatment for sudden or unexpected illnesses and injuries that are beyond the scope of a typical Primary Care practice, but don’t merit a costly or long trip to the ER.
Many illnesses and injuries don’t arise at convenient times and don’t come at a time when you can make Appointments ahead of time. Come to see our Immediate Care Clinic for any sickness or injury, and you can follow up with us at our clinic. We treat for accidents, physical examinations, cold, cough and flu, preventive screenings, travel health, headaches, urinary tract infections etc.
Customer service is the essence at Doctors Immediate Care.
- Convenience: Most patients are treated and released in about an hour; 3 Urgent Care locations to serve you.
- Affordable: We Accept Most Insurances; lower co-pays then ER visits.
- Top Quality: Board-certified or Eligible physicians, most with ER experience.
- Comprehensive: On-site diagnostic tests, STD Testing, laboratory and x-rays, saving you time and money.
- Patient-Focused: Doctors Immediate Care provides follow-up reports to primary care physicians within 24 hours whenever requested.
- Prompt Treatment for Injuries: Cuts, Scrapes & Broken Bones, Wounds & Burns, Sprains & Strains.
- Urgent Care for Illnesses: Colds, Fevers, Viruses, Flu.
- Walk In Clinic: Our Non Urgent Care or Immediate Care services are offered on a walk-in basis with no appointment needed. You will be treated by a Licensed and trained medical doctor, not Physician Assistants or Nurse Practitioners. Our Physicians are Board-certified and experienced doctors who are experts in effective medical treatments.
- Primary Care Clinic: The Doctors Immediate Care physician team cares for the whole person – not just one issue or ailment.
- Other Immediate Care Services:Lab Testing, X-Rays, DOT & Insurance Physicals, EKG Services, Drug Screenings, Sports, School & Camp Physicals, Occupational Health, Work Compensation Services.
When to Visit Doctors Immediate Care
|Minor burns or injuries||Sprains and strains||Coughs, colds, and sore throats|
|Ear infections||Allergic reactions (non life-threatening)||Fever or flu-like symptoms|
|Rash or other skin irritations||Mild asthma||Animal bites|
|Broken Bones||Minor trauma and lacerations||Sinus infections|
|Abdominal pain.||Abrasions.||Allergic reactions.|
|Eye irritation.||Urinary tract infections.||Infections.|
|High-density lipoprotein (HDL)||Drug screens||STD checks and Treatment|
|Pap smears||Pregnancy verification||Weight management,|
|Sore throats and sinus infections||Ear and eye infections||Physical examinations|
|Vaccinations||Sprains and strains||Headaches|
|On Site Laboratory Testing||Diagnostic Testing||Respiratory Infections|
|HIV/STD Testing||Cuts to hands, feet, lips||Animal Bites|
|Splinter, Staple, Stitch Application and Removal||Infections, Rashes||Poison Oak, Poison Ivy|
|Infections, Rashes and Cold Sores||Nail Injuries|
When is it Better to go to the Emergency Room?
The ER is the best place for these and other critical conditions, including: Chest pain, Difficulty breathing, Severe bleeding or head trauma, Loss of consciousness, Sudden loss of vision or blurred vision, serious condition like stroke, heart attack, severe bleeding, head injury or other major trauma.