Open: 8 AM - 8 PM, 7 Days a Week
No appointment necessary.



From minor non-life threatening Urgent Care to routine health care, from Pediatrics to Geriatrics, we offer an affordable and faster alternative to the emergency room.

Our Centers are fully-equipped with on-site labs, medicines, X-rays, EKG, and more. We treat a variety of injuries including simple fractures and lacerations requiring stitches; as well as many symptoms and chronic conditions as treated by a family doctor. For your convenience, we offer school, sports, and camp physicals in the evenings and on weekends.

On-Site Urgent Care
Family Medicine
Corporate Medicine
Tests, Labs, Screenings

On-Site Urgent Care

  • Acute Pains
  • Burn Care
  • Dehydration
  • Intravenous Therapy
  • Nebulizer Treatments


  • Asthma and Allergies
  • Bronchitis
  • Food Poisoning
  • Skin Conditions (Rashes, Eczema, Poison Ivy, etc.)
  • Stomach & Digestive Conditions

Family Medicine

  • Acid Reflux (GERD)
  • Allergies
  • Elevated Blood Pressure
  • Food Poisoning
  • Infections
  • Inflammatory Disorders
  • Respiratory Conditions
  • Skin Conditions (Eczema, Poison Ivy, Rashes, Shingles, etc.)


Corporate Medicine

With all our services available, we will put together a program that’s tailored to our client’s business needs, including quality occupational health examinations, screenings and educational opportunities that support employer’s strategies for risk-prevention and reduction as a means to further control costs. We also provide a variety of preventative wellness screenings which support company based wellness programs, Health Risk Assessments, and Lab Screenings.

  • Auto Accident Injuries/PIP
  • Bus Driver Examinations
  • Company/DOT Physicals
  • Drug and Alcohol Testing
  • Smoking Cessation Counseling
  • Wellness Management
  • Workers Compensation



  • Bacterial Vaginosis
  • Chlamydia
  • Gonorrhea
  • Hepatitis A, B, C
  • Herpes Types 1 & 2
  • HIV
  • Syphilis
  • Trichomonas

Tests, Labs, Screenings

  • Drug & Alcohol Testing
  • Influenza Testing
  • Mono Testing
  • PPD (Tuberculosis) Testing
  • Pregnancy Testing
  • Prostate Specific Antigen (PSA)
  • PT INR (Prothrombin Time) Testing
  • Rapid Strep Testing
  • RSV (Respiratory Syncytial Virus) Testing
  • STD/HIV Testing
  • Thyroid Stimulating Hormone (TSH)
  • Complete Metabolic Panel (Blood Tests)
  • Complete Blood Count
  • Lipid Panel (Cholesterol Testing)
  • Urinalysis
  • Vision Screenings
  • Blood Pressure Screenings
  • Cholesterol with Glucose Screenings
  • Hemoccult Screenings
  • Hepatitis A and B Screenings
  • E. Screens Services

We offer free or low cost services for your health:

  • Free Blood Pressure Checks
  • Free Blood Sugar Screenings*
  • School/Sports/Camp Physicals $30
    All school/sports physicals qualify for a $10 donation to your school organization.
  • Work Physicals $60

*Blood Sugar Screenings

Blood sugar screenings are extremely important. An elevated blood sugar level is associated with diabetes, and the incidence of diabetes is rising in the American population. Currently, 8% of the American population is diagnosed with diabetes and alarmingly, that number is rising.

Diabetes is associated with a variety of diseases including heart disease and stroke, but is also a leading cause of blindness, limb amputations and kidney disease. According to the American Diabetes Association, it’s recommended that all men who are considered overweight by their body mass index be screened for diabetes, and everyone else over the age of 45. And we normally do this with a fasting blood sugar level, and a number above 126 milligrams per deciliter that’s confirmed on a repeated test is diagnostic of diabetes.

A number between 100 and 126 can be considered impaired fasting glucose, in which case lifestyle modifications such as improving diet, weight loss and exercise can also be done to treat high blood sugar; that test is repeated after one year. If everything is normal, it’s recommended to be screened for diabetes at least every three years.

Flu Vaccines

The CDC recommends a yearly flu vaccine as the first and most important step in protecting against flu viruses, especially if you are high-risk (young children, pregnant women, people with chronic health conditions like asthma, diabetes or heart and lung disease, people 65 years and older, and especially health care workers).

Children younger than 6 months cannot be vaccinated, so caregivers for children younger than six months should get a flu vaccination instead.

Take everyday precautionary measures to avoid spreading the flu – including avoiding close contact with sick people, not touching your eyes nose or mouth (which spreads the flu) and staying home if you come down with the flu.

If you come down with the flu, your doctor might prescribe antiviral medication. Take them for the full amount of time prescribed – starting them earlier will produce better results, so make sure to see your doctor quickly if you get the flu.