General Medical Care

General Medical Care

Metro Urgent Medical Care is available on a walk-in or appointment basis for your primary healthcare needs when your PCP is temporarily unavailable. For your convenience, we provide routine immunizations and complete physical examinations including audiograms, electrocardiograms, laboratory services, hearing and vision testing and X-rays, all on-site! We can also help you locate a PCP in your local area as well.

We routinely treat common colds, diabetes, hypertension, elevated cholesterol, cardiovascular, gastrointestinal, pulmonary, respiratory disorders, musculoskeletal conditions, acute and chronic injuries and illnesses such as trauma and arthritis. We practice a “whole person” approach to medicine. Instead of just treating specific symptoms or illnesses, we regard your body as an integrated whole. We focus on preventive health care and we offer the most comprehensive care available so please call for an appointment today. We participate with most major insurance plans.

At Metro Urgent Medical Care we offer prompt treatment and quality care to help get you back to your daily routine and quickly as possible. Our providers offer treatment for a wide range of illnesses and injuries.

Allergic reactions
Burns (minor)
Colds, cough, congestion
Cuts, abrasions, lacerations (minor)
Ear infections
Eye infections
Fractures (broken bones)
Insect bites
Respiratory infections
Sore throat
Stomach upset
Sinus infections
Urinary tract infections

We have lab equipment on site, administer vaccines and flu shots, conduct physicals and offer occupational medicine services.


We have specialty services available by appointment at various times at our offices, including: cardiology, chiropractic care, orthopedics, physical medicine and rehabilitation, podiatry, and pulmonology.

Please call our offices for additional information.


Whether you want to protect your child from a common illness or need to prepare for a trip overseas, vaccination is one of the safest and effective ways to defend against many dangerous diseases.

Here are a list of our vaccines:

Hepatitis A
Hepatitis B
Japanese Encephalitis
Malaria Prescriptions
Polio Vaccine
Yellow Fever

How can vaccinations help protect me?

The diseases that vaccines prevent can be dangerous, or even deadly. Vaccines reduce the risk of infection by working with the body’s natural defenses to help it safely develop immunity to disease.

When germs, such as bacteria or viruses, invade the body, they attack and multiply. This invasion is called an infection, and the infection is what causes illness. The immune system then has to fight the infection. Once it fights off the infection, the body is left with a supply of cells that help recognize and fight that disease in the future.

Vaccines help develop immunity by imitating an infection, but this “imitation” infection does not cause illness. It does, however, cause the immune system to develop the same response as it does to a real infection so the body can recognize and fight the vaccine-preventable disease in the future. Sometimes, after getting a vaccine, the imitation infection can cause minor symptoms, such as fever. Such minor symptoms are normal and should be expected as the body builds immunity.


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