Priority Care Medical provides health care for people needing urgent treatment for non-life-threatening injuries and illnesses.
We provide an alternative to the emergency room. Our Urgent Care Clinic caters for all non-life-threatening emergency presentations and consists of a seven (7) station treatment room, radiology including x-ray and ultrasound, audiology, and pathology. Priority Care Medical understand people want to receive quality urgent medical care without the long waits associated with emergency rooms and some overbooked medical clinics. The nursing staff will evaluate the patient and determine the priority of patients’ treatments based on the severity of their condition. All urgent care patients will be discharged within one hour of first seeing a General Practitioner. Our goal is to provide each and every one of our patients with quality medical care and compassion so you are on your way to recovery as quickly as possible.
Walk-in patients are welcome, no appointment required.
Urgent Care Clinic accepts patients 7am-8pm Monday to Friday, 8am-5pm Saturday and Sunday.
Priority Care Medical is a mixed billing practice.
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Urgent Care Services:
INJURY (non-life threatening)
When you need medical attention and you’re not willing to wait. Here are just a few of the injuries we can treat:
- Back pain
- Broken Bones
- Minor Burns
- Eye and Ear injuries
- Foreign Object and splinter removal
- Fractures and Dislocations
- Hand and Foot Injuries
- Lacerations and Open Wounds
- Minor Concussions
- Minor Cuts and Bruises
- Muscle Injuries, Sprains and Strains
- Undisplaced broken bones
- Wound Care
When you can’t wait for an appointment with your primary care doctor, our physicians and experienced urgent care staff can help you feel better. Here are just a few of the ailments we can help alleviate:
- Allergies and Minor Allergic Reactions
- Bronchitis and Pneumonia
- Cold, Cough, and Flu
- Ear and Eye Infections
- Emergency Contraception and Advice
- Hay Fever
- Migraines and Headaches
- Nausea, Vomiting and Diarrhea
- Rashes and Poison Ivy
If you have a life-threatening emergency call for an ambulance. CALL Triple Zero (000).
When to Visit an Emergency Department click here.