Frequently Asked Questions and Answers
NO! We see patients without an appointment. Patients are seen in the order they arrive and normally within 30 minutes or less. Just walk in during our normal business hours!
EmergencyMD physicians are trained to see patients of any age, from infants to the elderly.
Yes, we can treat infants and children at EmergencyMD with the permission of their caregiver. We can provide services like sports physicals or treat your child’s cold.
We can treat your child’s cough, your broken bone or deep laceration as well as provide sports physicals for your teen. If you haven’t been able to see your primary care physician, can’t wait to see them, or just don’t have one, we will provide quality medical care that you can trust.
Some typical injuries and illnesses:
- Cold and Flu
- Cuts, scrapes and lacerations requiring stitches
- Sprains, strains and broken bones
Urgent care centers are designed to see you quickly when you are sick or injured. They don’t require an appointment like your doctor’s office and the waiting times are significantly shorter than those at the emergency room. IF YOU HAVE A LIFE THREATENING INJURY OR ILLNESS, CALL 911.
If you have having chest pain, think you are having a stroke or heart attack, have severe abdominal pain, shortness of breath or another serious condition, please call 911 or go to the nearest emergency room.
EmergencyMD strives to see their patients within 30 minutes of their arrival. While you wait we have a comfortable waiting room with many amenities to help you relax during your short wait to see a doctor.
We accept most insurance, but also have self-pay options available.
If you don’t have insurance you can pay for your visit with cash, check or credit card.
EmergencyMD has board-certified emergency physicians on staff to treat your illness or injury. We also have an on-site laboratory and diagnostic equipment to help our physicians diagnose and treat you quickly and efficiently.
When you visit you’ll need to have identification, your insurance card (if you are insured) and a form of payment. We accept cash, check or credit card to pay for your visit. You will also be responsible for any insurance co-pay when you visit.