Meritus Urgent Care
Not sure if you should go to the ER or to the Urgent Care Center?
Read here to find out.
When you are everyday-sick or have a minor injury, Meritus Health's
Urgent Care can get you back on your feet. The caring medical professionals
at Meritus Health's Urgent Care treat conditions ranging from earaches,
sore throats and rashes to sprains and strains, mild-to-moderate asthma,
as well as many other conditions.
We treat illnesses and injuries in patients of all ages.
- Just walk-in
- Most insurance accepted but not required
- X-rays and labs on site
- Scheduled appointments available from 11 a.m. - 2 p.m. and 5 p.m. - 7 p.m.
- Now offering convenient on-site prescriptions for a variety of the most
commonly prescribed medications
Meritus Urgent Care is open seven days a week and closes later than most
physician offices. It is a convenient and practical option if you don’t
have a primary care physician, or if your regular physician is unavailable—it's
the perfect place to go for common medical problems like these:
- sore throat
- nausea or vomiting
- sinus pressure
- ear pain or pressure
- runny nose
- flu symptoms
- frequent or painful urination
- We even offer on-site x-ray and laboratory services.
If you believe that you have a life-threatening emergency, please call
911 or go directly to the
hospital’s emergency department.
Next time you need medical attention, let the doctors at Urgent Care help
you on your way to a speedy recovery. Most insurances are accepted.
With the ability to take x-rays onsite, we can diagnose and treat many
injuries — and you don’t have to travel for further testing.
For your convenience we can do many lab tests quickly and in our offices,
such as testing for strep throat.
Your child’s pediatrician is the best person to do a sports physical
because he or she knows your child best. But if you don’t have a
regular physician or need a physical on short notice, we’re happy
to help! No appointment needed.
This new optional service is in response to customer requests and restricted
access to pharmacies. The centers will carry the most commonly prescribed
medications for a small fee, allowing them to provide a convenient, one-stop
service for their patients.