Emergency room visits can take an average of more than seven hours in waiting time – a long time to wait when you’re sick or hurt. Fortunately, Reliant Medical Group has an ideal solution for urgent, non-routine medical needs that may not require an emergency room visit. Injuries and illnesses can be handled by health care providers with same day access and minimal waiting in our Adult Urgent Care department. Our two convenient locations offer a cost-effective alternative to emergency room care.
Adult Urgent Care offers complete on-site laboratory, radiology and pharmacy services. Our experienced providers are ready to care for you in a dignified, state-of-the-art environment. Reliant Medical Group’s Adult Urgent Care team is a talented multidisciplinary group of dedicated, credentialed providers and health care professionals with extensive clinical backgrounds in emergency medicine and medical/surgical disciplines.
If you can’t get in to see your primary care doctor, you can still get the care you need at a Reliant Medical Group Adult Urgent Care facility. We are open every day including evenings, weekends and holidays.
We accept your insurance.
Please note that Reliant Medical Group Adult Urgent Care is open to people whether or not your primary care doctor is from Reliant Medical Group. Reliant Medical Group accepts many insurances. Please check with your insurance provider, as some insurances require a referral.
We provide treatment for a variety of injuries and illnesses, including:
- Cuts, scrapes and minor lacerations
- Muscle aches and pains
- Sore throats and colds
- Urination with difficulty or pain
- Coughs and wheezing
- Minor eye injuries or infections
- Fractures and sprains
- Work-related injuries
- Minor motor-vehicle injuries
That’s right. Our Adult Urgent Care clinic at 630 Plantation Street is now walk-in only. Feel free to come by during normal operating hours if you need care.
An experienced primary care MD who also studied Public Health at Harvard University, Dr. Raj Hazarika enjoys the immediacy of Urgent Care. “I like the pace of it, I like the variety,” he explains. “A lot of...