A HealthMed walk-in clinic is the next best option for quality urgent care and many routine medical services when your regular doctor is closed or can’t schedule you in promptly.
Healthcare needs don’t always arise at predictable or convenient times. That’s why every HealthMed Urgent Care walk-in clinic in NJ has extended hours weekdays – 8 am to 8 pm – and is open weekends – 8 am to 2 pm Saturday and Sunday – and most holidays. No appointment is needed. Depending on when you walk in to a clinic, you may not have any wait. And most urgent care patients are seen within 30 minutes. HealthMed Urgent Care accepts most medical insurance plans.
We see patients 2 years and up (pediatric care through late adulthood). Immediate care clinics are staffed by board-certified family medicine physicians whose training qualifies them to provide appropriate care to individuals of all ages, and skilled nurse practitioners and physician assistants. Capabilities include an on-site lab and digital x-ray.
As an urgent care provider, we are a less expensive, more convenient, and usually faster alternative to a hospital-based emergency room for diagnosis and treatment of an illness or injury that doesn’t require ER-level, life-saving care but is serious enough to be seen promptly—such as an ankle sprain or bone fracture, skin rash, strep throat or urinary tract infection.
Urgent care at a walk-in clinic is considerably less expensive than receiving care in a hospital emergency room. And the wait for urgent care at a walk-in clinic, where patients are seen in the order they arrive, is typically much shorter than the wait in an emergency room, where life- and limb-threatening emergencies are given the highest priority regardless of the order in which patients arrive.
HealthMed offers occupational health services to support local businesses in maintaining a healthy, safe workforce while controlling the overall cost of care for the company and its employees. These services include workers comp-related medical evaluation and treatment, drug and alcohol screening, DOT physicals and other employment-related exams, and vaccinations/immunizations.
Other walk-in health services for the communities we serve include preventive vaccinations/immunizations (e.g., flu shots) and physical examinations for sports, going to camp, or applying for or renewing a commercial driver’s license (CDL).
We accept most insurance as well as cash and major credit cards.