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Urgent Care


Frequently Asked Questions

Our urgent care clinics are open 7 days a week with extended evening hours. Please see the locations page for a complete listing of our hours and holiday schedule.
No. You never need an appointment to be seen at Doctors on Duty Medical Clinics. Patients are seen on a walk-in basis, however we do accept appointments.
For us to be able to verify your insurance coverage we will need to see and copy your insurance card. Without it, we cannot bill your insurance. We can still see you, but you would have to utilize our “pay today” option.
In urgent care, requests for refills must be accompanied by an office visit and will be evaluated on an individual basis.
Yes. We have state-of-the-art radiology at our facilities.
We accept most major insurance plans. We also accept cash, checks, and credit cards.
If you feel that your condition is life threatening you need to be seen in a hospital Emergency Room and should call 911. The ER treats life threatening medical conditions, such as chest pains, severe wounds or amputations. Urgent Care Centers treat conditions that need immediate attention, but are not life or limb threatening.
Doctors on Duty has been in business for almost 30 years.
Patients are seen on a walk-in basis. Our average “in and out” time is between 47 and 49 minutes.
Fees vary based on the treatment, but most visits for a self-pay patient are between $150 and $200.
Urgent care clinics are generally one-third to one-fifth the cost of an emergency room visit for a comparable medical problem.
Doctors on Duty Medical Clinics hours vary by clinic. Many of our urgent care clinics are open every day of the year, including weekend days and holidays. Please visit the locations page for a full listing of clinic hours.
Typical office visits for new patients cost $187 and up, and $164 and up for established patients. This cost does not include labs, procedures, or injections. The cost for urgent care visits is generally much less than that of emergency department visits for the same type of medical problem.
Urgent Care is medical care that the patient needs urgently. Patients utilize urgent care centers when they have immediate, non-emergency medical conditions requiring the prompt treatment by a medical provider. Doctors on Duty Medical Clinics is a great alternative for people of all ages who do not have a life-threatening condition, cannot get a same-day appointment with their doctor, do not have a primary care physician, or are visiting from out of town. You never need an appointment to be seen at Doctors on Duty Medical Clinics.
At Doctors on Duty Medical Clinics, we treat adults and children.
At Doctors on Duty Medical Clinics, we specialize in the treatment of acute urgent medical conditions and primary care. Our providers treat many types of medical conditions, but typical types of concerns include: coughs, colds, sinus infections, headaches, broken bones, sprained joints, rashes, back pain, ear infections, abdominal pain, and treatment of lacerations. In addition to urgent care, we provide a full complement of primary care services like: annual physicals, well-woman exams, immunizations, blood pressure screenings, diabetes screenings, and a host of other services.