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What is Urgent Care?

In Your Time of Need, We’re Here to Heal

First and foremost, urgent care should be ready to go when you’re in need. At ConvenientMD, we’re here to serve you from 8am to 8pm – 7 days a week.

What is urgent care? That’s a question we get pretty regularly at ConvenientMD. To put it as simply as possible, urgent care centers such as ours are set up to assist you with an illness or injury that does not appear to be life threatening, but also can’t wait until the next day, or for your primary care physician to see you. When you need convenient access to medical care, or for the days and hours that the primary care physicians are closed, urgent care centers provide easy access to quality healthcare.

Urgent medical conditions that require immediate care (that are not considered life-threatening emergencies) include:

  • Colds, flus, fever, viral illnesses
  • Accidents and falls
  • Sprains and strains
  • Moderate back problems
  • Breathing difficulties (mild to moderate asthma)
  • Bleeding/cuts – (mild to moderate, perhaps requiring stitches)
  • Diagnostic services, including X-rays and laboratory tests
  • Eye irritation and redness
  • Vomiting, diarrhea or dehydration
  • Severe sore throat or cough
  • Minor broken bones and fractures
  • Skin rashes and infections
  • Urinary tract infections

Urgent care does not require making an appointment. When you walk through our doors, our top-tiered medical team of physicians, RNs, X-ray technologists, and other friendly medical professionals are ready to provide you with what you need to get you on the fast track to recovery. From infants to people of all ages, here at ConvenientMD, we have a comprehensive solution to treat illness or injuries in a cost effective, convenient environment, at the highest standard of care.


What to Bring

We want your visit to ConvenientMD to be as fast and easy as possible.
In order to expedite your treatment, please bring the following items with you:

  • Driver’s license or picture ID
  • Insurance card (if you have insurance)
  • Payment for insurance co-pay. Payment is taken at the time of treatment

To help us better serve you please provide:

  • List of current medications
  • List of past surgeries and medical conditions
  • List of any allergies