Just Walk-in Care FAQ’s

What is a Walk-In Medical Care clinic?

Walk-In Medical Care is a walk-in care clinic that allows you to see a doctor 7 days a week, without making an appointment. Walk-In Medical Care provides you with the care you need for almost all non-life-threatening health issues; such as minor injuries, fractures, sore throats, lacerations, ear infections, allergic reactions, cough, pain, etc. With our numerous locations, and convenient daytime and evening hours, our highly trained physicians and staff can provide you with exactly the kind of care you need.

What kinds of services does a Walk-In Medical Care clinic provide?

Our caring and dedicated physicians can treat almost all minor injuries and illnesses; such as upper respiratory infections, sore/strep throat, eye/ear infections, fractures, lacerations, allergic reactions, urinary tract infections, and many more. Along with these we also provide a wide variety of diagnostic and preventative services; which includes lab work, x-rays, vaccinations, and physicals.

What forms of payment/insurance does Walk-In Medical Care accept?

Walk-In Medical Care accepts almost all major insurance health plans. We make every possible effort to be in contact with as many insurance providers as possible, in order to provide you with the best possible care. For those who do not have insurance, Walk-In Medical Care offers a self-pay option in which you may pay via cash, Visa, or MasterCard for the services rendered.

Will I be seen by a Doctor?


Will it cost me more to go to a Walk-In Medical Care clinic than just going to the emergency room?

For all non-life-threatening conditions, Walk-In Medical Care should be used. Walk-In Medical Care is definitely a more convenient as well as cost-effective option than the emergency room. With much lower co-pays and immediate care available, there is no question Walk-In Medical Care is the smart choice.

What do I need to bring with me?

Please bring a photo ID and your insurance card with you when you visit Walk-in Medical Care.  Please be sure to let our staff know of ANY allergies, current medications, and your medical history. All persons under the age of 18 should be accompanied by a legal guardian in order to be seen.

Do your physicians refer patients to specialists?

Yes. We handle urgent problems such as sprains, fractures, lacerations, vomiting, diarrhea, dehydration, etc. immediately and refer patients to the appropriate specialist the next day or immediately if the illness warrants.

Do your doctors have regular patients?

We are a walk-in care facility; however, some patients use us as their primary care provider.

Does Walk-in Medical Care accept Medicare?


When will the Flue season come?

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