Temporary Error.

Please try reloading the page.

By: iampegster
Rite Med Urgent Care
I got up very sick on a Sunday morning. Looked on the Internet for an urgent care so I would not have to wait till Monday to call my doctor to see IF they could fit me in. This place was open at 8 and had 2 good reviews. I'm here to tell you they were absolutely right. The place was great. I got there @ 830, saw the doctor, who was very caring and knowledgable, he faxed my prescriptions right to the drug store who had them ready when I got there to pick them up. I was able to get medication in me early, spend the day in bed and felt good enough to make it in to work the next day,obviously not 100%, but still. I would go there again in a heartbeat and send my husband and son. It was way better and faster than the doctors office and trust me, I love my fam. Doctor, I've been going to him for years and years. But in order to see him you get a run around. Not here just show up and sign in. Great place!
By: Kathryn D.
Rite Med Urgent Care
I took my husband in May 22nd ,they took excellent care of him,gave us lots of info,and called 3days later on a Sunday to ask how he was and to tell him when ex rays would be in,the Doctor and Nurse both have great re poor with the patient,I would highly recommend them to anyone and will go back if need be. Very Thankful....
user avatar
By: Christopher S.
Rite Med Urgent Care
Ok this place is a joke now, I've been here a few times in the past few years. It's really went down hill. Fist off they didn't take any vitals. I don't know any doctor office that don't do that. They will diagnose you without any info. Only thing they are good for is a note for work. Will never go back.
By: pamelaaconley
Rite Med Urgent Care
I was treated very kindly, professionally, and in a caring manner for an upper respiratory infection in February of 2012. I don't have medical insurance and the cost to see the doctor was very reasonable. Referred a friend and her family to them and she was also satisfied with their care.
Tips & Advices
Under most health insurance plans, urgent care visits will require a copay that is usually less expensive than emergency room visits, but more expensive than standard doctor visits - around $120 on average. Urgent care staff do not have much information regarding individual coverage, so be prepared and check with your insurance provider to understand costs.
It is common for urgent care physicians to recommend follow-up treatment after an initial visit. Most commonly, patients will be asked to return to the clinic or their primary care doctor if symptoms get worse or do not improve in a certain amount of time. Patients might be referred to a specialist for treatment of more complex conditions. Or patients may simply be given a few basic tips for recovering at home. In any case, patients should follow the doctor’s advice regarding next treatment steps.
If needed, urgent care doctors can prescribe medication to treat conditions. This may include antibiotics for an infection or pain medication for a broken bone. Be sure to follow the doctor’s instructions for taking these medicines.
Be sure to explain your symptoms to physicians in as much detail as possible. Note when or where the symptoms first appeared if possible. Inform urgent care staff of any medical conditions you may have, all allergies, and all medications you are currently taking. Also be sure to bring proper forms of identification, and any health insurance cards/information to help process your visit.
You should be able to find a 24-hour urgent care clinic by searching online resources such as yellowpages.com. Be sure the location is included in your health plan network before visiting.

Just a moment...