Urgent Cases

Please feel welcome to contact our friendly reception staff with any general or medical enquiry call us.

Opening Hours

Mon – Fri 08:00 am – 08:00 pm
Sat – Sun 09:00 am – 05:00 pm

Our experienced medical professionals put your healing needs first. We are proud to provide a high quality level of customer service, medical experience, and commitment to health and wellness to all our patients. Our goal is to make you feel better as quickly as possible.

If you have a pressing, non-life-threatening medical problem and don’t want to visit a doctor, urgent care may be for you. Our walk-in clinics may see patients suffering from allergic reactions, fractured bones, colds and flus, and much more.
Absolutely! Urgent care is for medical illnesses that demand rapid attention but do not constitute an imminent threat to your health or life. Here’s a basic rule of thumb: if your medical problem(s) is/are life threatening, contact 911 or go immediately to a hospital emergency department. If not, an urgent care facility, such as our urgent care and medical facilities, are wonderful choices for you.
The biggest benefit of choosing our urgent care and medical clinics is that we have reduced wait times - typically under 15 minutes. The overall time of your appointment depends on what you’re being treated for, but many people may be in and out of our clinics in under 30 minutes. Apart from this, you have the option of booking an appointment online, via our website.
No. Our walk-in urgent and medical centers do not require you to book an appointment before you can be treated. Just walk in and be treated as quickly as possible.
We accept almost every insurance; we also accept self-payment. 
Melvindale Urgent Car can stitch up minor injuries.

If you are bleeding profusely, or if the bleeding will not stop, immediately go to the ER.
Melvindale Urgent Care can provide primary care for patients who do not have an established family physician. Appointments can be made for primary care.

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Serve the community by improving the quality of life through better health. We have put protocols to protect our patients and staff while continuing to provide medically necessary care.