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Family Medical Walk-In Clinics provide a wide range of services:
“Urgent care” is non-emergency medical service made available when you perceive an immediate need.
Urgent care services can help you with a non-emergency illness or injury. Urgent care services are very often more appropriate and less expensive than going to a hospital emergency department for non-emergency treatment.
Urgent care services include access to many services, including (but not limited to) laboratory testing, x-rays, sutures, foreign body removal.
We also provide primary care by appointment. For example, if you need continuing medical management of diabetes, high blood pressure, elevated cholesterol, or another condition, our doctors can be your doctors.
Family Medical Walk-In Clinics provide non-surgical orthopedic care in our Missouri locations, including the setting and casting of uncomplicated fractures and the treatment of repetitive motion injuries.
Our professionals also treat work-related illnesses and injuries, and many employers turn to Family Medical Walk-In Clinics for pre-employment and HAZMAT physicals, as well as drug screenings. We are one of the only vendors of eScreen urine drug screens in our area.
This innovative membership plan can benefit anyone without health insurance, people who are underinsured, or those with high-deductible healthcare plans. Single parents, self-employed individuals, and college students also will find Family Medical Walk-In Clinics’ membership program convenient and cost-effective. Individual, family, and corporate memberships are available.
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Many additional services are available.
You will be cared for by a physician, a physician’s assistant, or a family nurse practitioner.
Yes. Patients often seek urgent care when their family doctor is not available. After your immediate needs are met, you may return to either your own doctor or to Family Medical Walk-In Clinics for follow-up care, or you may be referred to a specialist.
We do not admit patients to the hospital. We encourage you to develop a relationship with a primary care physician who can provide on-going care and, when necessary, admit you to a hospital.