Immediate care on your schedule.
Why wait in a busy emergency room when you are already feeling badly?
217 Immediate Care provides quality medical care on a walk-in basis for less money and a minimal wait. We are the area’s ONLY independent immediate care clinic, so if you need to be referred to a specialist, you have the best options available to you, not just the physicians who work for a health network.
You will receive high quality care, combined with a warm, friendly environment. We want to be at the heart of healing for you and your family, in a convenient setting, so you get back to feeling better, quicker.
Any life-threatening illness or injury should be seen in the nearest ER, please CALL 911.
Are you suffering from any of the following?
Come in and see us.
Feeling under the weather? We treat cold and flu as well as sore throats and fever. Start to feel better quicker.
According to the CDC, more than 25 million Americans suffer from asthma, a chronic disease that causes narrowing and inflammation of the airways. The associated swelling can also increase mucus production, making breathing more difficult. Read more.
Everyone has suffered some form of abdominal pain. Ranging from gas and indigestion to more serious ailments like appendicitis, abdominal pain has a variety of causes and finding the cause can be difficult. This is especially true in children. Read more.
Most urinary tract infections are bladder infections. These are usually not serious if treated right away. However, untreated bladder infections can potentially spread to your kidneys. A kidney infection is more serious and can cause permanent damage. Read more.
Lacerations are cuts or open wounds. All open wounds need first aid, but some lacerations may also need further medical treatment including suturing (“stitches”), stapling or dermal adhesive. Read more.
Sprains and strains can become immediately obvious or become more painful over time. These types of minor injuries will heal on their own over time. However, muscle pain from severe injuries or systemic disease is often serious and requires medical care. Read more.
A comprehensive annual physical exam can help adults screen for illness, and is important for kids and adolescents often require physicals for camp, school or sports activities. We are also qualified to perform DOT and other job-related physicals. Read more.
Our occupational health physicians are available every day of the week to treat on-the-job injuries. Most injuries are readily treatable at our convenient office, however, if specialty care is required for your employee, we ensure the best possible specialist arranged through your insurance carrier claim adjuster. Read more.