Wyandotte Urgent Care to host open house and ribbon cutting May 20, 5-8 p.m.
Wyandotte and Downriver residents and businesses now have a new option for health care services. Michigan Urgent Care and Occupational Health has opened the only urgent care clinic in the city of Wyandotte at 375 Eureka Road, Suite B, Wyandotte, Michigan 48192, and is open 8 a.m. – 8 p.m. every day of the year including holidays. The clinic is hosting an open house on Friday, May 20, 5 – 8 p.m. with a ribbon cutting at 6 p.m. The event is free and open to the public.
The Wyandotte clinic is the tenth clinic for the Livonia-based Michigan Urgent Care and Occupational Health, and is led by President and Medical Director Mohammed Arsiwala, MD, board certified internal medicine.
The Wyandotte clinic’s 2,000 square feet occupies a portion of the renovated former Johnny Mac’s location. The clinic offers four exam rooms, one trauma rooms, one procedure room, a dedicated occupational medicine procedure room, and digital X-ray. Compared to emergency rooms, urgent cares offer more convenience, shorter average wait times and lower copays making the Wyandotte clinic a quality alternative for illnesses and injuries that require immediate attention.
“Urgent care clinics are an essential bridge between patients and needed health care when primary care providers are not available and an emergency room visit is not required,” says Arsiwala. “Wyandotte Urgent Care improves health care accessibility and convenience within Wyandotte.”
Health care services are provided by board certified and licensed providers with extensive urgent care experience. The clinic treats children and adults with illnesses and injuries that require immediate care but are not life-threatening emergencies. The urgent care is equipped with digital monitoring and diagnostic technology, and an electronic medical record system for efficient communication back to patients’ primary providers or specialists.
The Wyandotte clinic also offers occupational health services for businesses and manufacturers including Department of Transportation (DOT) certified exams, industry-specific screenings and testing including HazMat, fire, police, pre-hire and return-to-work physical examinations. Drug and alcohol testing, vision and hearing testing, and workplace injury treatment are services also offered.
“As Michigan’s economy continues to flourish, manufacturers and other business are hiring. As such, the demand for accessible care and quality pre-hire and injury services are increasing,” says Arsiwala. “We are pleased to provide a new and more convenient option for Wyandotte and Downriver businesses, manufacturers and municipalities.”
For more information about the new Wyandotte clinic and Michigan Urgent Care and Occupational Health’s other locations, visit www.MichiganUrgentCare.com or call 734-225-9300 to reach the Wyandotte clinic.