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Of course! Although we are not a substitute for your PCP, we welcome you to use our facility 7 days per week, 365 days per year, including holidays to treat all of your illnesses or injuries.

Can I come to MUC to get tested for COVID-19/Corona virus ?

Of course, we have 2 kinds of testing :

  • PCR, is sent to the lab and it takes 5-7 days for results to come
  • Instant blood sample test, that can be done in the urgent care for $25 and results appear in 3 minutes

Emergency Room or Urgent Care?

You should go to the Emergency Department immediately if you are experiencing:

  • Signs of a heart attack including chest pains and shortness of breath
  • Signs of a stroke including sudden loss/blurred vision and weakness/numbness/tingling of your extremities
  • Difficulty breathing
  • Severe bleeding or bleeding with pregnancy
  • Severe head trauma or possible concussion
  • Loss of consciousness or sudden fainting
  • Severe Abdominal Pain
  • Infants with high fever

You should come to Michigan Urgent Care if you are experiencing

  • Bug or Animal bites
  • Cold or Flu-like symptoms
  • Diarrhea
  • Falls or injuries: sport or non-sport related
  • Fever
  • Genital discharge
  • Infections; ear, nose, throat, eye, and skin
  • Mild burns
  • Rash
  • Sprains or strains
  • STD/STI exposure/symptoms
  • Urinary tract infection symptoms
  • Vomiting


We are a walk-in clinic so no appointment is necessary. To reduce your wait within the clinic; feel free to Reserve Your Spot. Once reserving your spot you will receiving a confirmation text message with your estimated wait and arrival time.

Your treatment may require follow up with a specialist. If so, you will be asked to follow up with your primary care physician in case you need a referral and your insurance carrier for information regarding specialist coverage. Your discharge paperwork will include any suggested follow up care that may be needed.

All 9 of our clinics have an in-house pharmacy that allows for our Providers to prescribe and fill many common prescriptions while you are right in the clinic. Our in-house pharmacy allows the ease of being prescribed and picking up your prescription all in the same place, saving you time from driving to the pharmacy and waiting to get your prescription filled.

We recommend that all prescription refills be filled by the original prescriber of the prescription. Our Provider may refill medications on a case-by-case basis and only if deemed necessary. You will need to be registered for an office visit and evaluated by one of our Providers for all refills.Please note that an examination does not guarantee a refill.

Absolutely! Our Providers are licensed and experienced to treat everyone at every age.

Each clinic is fully equipped with a state – of – the – art digital x-ray machine. You must be registered for an office visit and evaluated by a Provider who will determine the necessity of a xray.

No. While we do send out lab/blood work and complete x-rays, those services are specific to office visits and are at the discretion of our Providers. Please call your PCP for a referral an Imaging Service or Lab.

No. We do not offer CT scans, MRI or Ultrasounds. Call your PCP for a referral for these Imaging Services.

We accept most insurances. You are responsible to know your insurance coverage, such as copay, deductible or in/out of network. We, at Michigan Urgent Care, are not responsible to know your insurance coverage.

Click here for a list of our most commonly accepted insurances. If you do not see your insurance on our list, please contact your insurance company to find out if we are participating provider. Please note that we do not accept out of stateMedicaid, HMOs or Medicare Advantage with the exception of Ohio.

No worries! We accept all patients with or without insurance. Self-pay patients pay an initial visit fee of $125. Any diagnostics, procedures or miscellaneous tests will be discussed during your visit and are subjected to additional charges.

We accept most major credit cards including Visa, Mastercard, American Express and Discover. We also accept Health Saving Account cards, cash and personal checks. We do not accept Care Credit.

Never been here before? No problem! Please make sure that you bring your state issued photo ID and your insurance card. If you do not have your insurance card, please contact your insurance carrier before visiting us to find out what you need.

If your visit is auto related, in addition to your state ID and insurance card, please bring the claim number and your auto insurance policy.

We can take care you! First, you will need authorization from your employer. If you are selfemployed, you can be treated via your workers compensation insurance or cash. For more information about Work Comp injuries, click here.

We do many different physicals including and not limited to:

    • Adult physicals
      Asbestos physicals
      Department of Transportation (DOT) Physicals
      Hazmat physicals
      Michigan Department of Law Enforcement Standards (MCOLES) physicals
      Nursing school physicals
      Post Offer/Pre-Hire Physicals
      Sports physicals

    Please note that we do not do child well physicals.

  • Yes. We provide confidential screening and treatment for all sexually transmitted infections.

    No. Please contact your Primary Care Physician (PCP) office.

    No. Please contact your Primary Care Physician (PCP) office.

    We do offer standard flu shots for patients age 4 and older.

    No. We recommend that you seek treatment from our Primary Care Physician (PCP) or OBGYN.

    No, but if you visit a Michigan Urgent Care for treatment and are in need of a PCP, we can refer you to a community based PCP in your neighborhood.

    No. We do not offer childhood immunizations. Please contact your Primary Care Provider (PCP) or child’s pediatrician. Refer to the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services for more information about childhood immunizations and where to get them for your child:

    We do offer Tetanus (Td), Hepatitis B and Flu shots. Click here for more information here is going to be the link to the Walk In Immunization & TB Testing section of the OCC Health section