Is Open Access open on holidays?

We open most Holidays, with an adjusted schedule.

Do I need an appointment to visit Open Access Urgent Care?

Our doors are open for walk-ins and scheduled visits. You check-in online to ensure less time in the waiting room.  

Do I need insurance to be seen in Open Access Urgent Care?

We welcome self-pay and insured patients.

What forms of payment does Open Access accept?

Our office accepts Cash, Visa, Master Card, American Express, Apple Pay.

Can I get medication refills from Open Access Urgent Care?

Yes, we can prescribe medication refills after a consultation. We do not refill control substances or medications that go beyond the scope of practice of urgent care medicine.

Can I get X-rays at Open Access?

Yes. Open Access has an x-ray room equipped with a brand new, state-of-art machine to help diagnose fractures, respiratory complications, bowel obstructions, etc.

How do I know if I have to go to urgent care or the ER?

The main difference between urgent care facilities and emergency rooms is that urgent care centers help patients with non-life-threatening illnesses or injuries like sprains, fractures, and strep throat, while emergency rooms typically concentrate on more severe illnesses or injuries.

How long is the wait to see a doctor in Open Access?

We strive to keep walk-in patients to less than 30 min wait. Patients can save time by checking-in online (link to online check-in form) reducing their waiting time substantially.