Birmingham Urgent Care is a state-of-the-art urgent medical and family care center serving walk-in patients in the Birmingham area. We have been serving Birmingham, Bloomfield Hills and the surrounding communities (Franklin, Beverly Hills, Troy, Royal Oak, Oak Park, Clawson, Sterling Heights, Berkley, Bingham Farms, Lathrup Village, Southfield, West Bloomfield, Farmington Hills, Huntington Woods and Madison Heights) since 2003. We are dedicated to providing high-quality healthcare for our community when it’s most needed, in emergency situations.
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Our doctors are comfortable managing non-life threatening medical illnesses including but not limited to Respiratory and ENT problems, Dermatological diseases and Orthopedic injuries. Our medical center is also a great fit for school physicals, fractures, stitches, pink eye, work related injuries and many other non-critical injuries. Founded by a group of board certified MDs, you can rest easy knowing you’re in experienced and trusted hands.
For your convenience, our Urgent Care inBirmingham, MI is open to the public 7 days a week and after hours. Our services cover most immediate yet non-life threatening medical family needs for all ages with some restrictions for those who are 1 year of age or younger.
Our Birmingham walk-in clinic is conveniently located near downtown. Originally our center was meant to be in Troy, Michigan. After much thought and careful consideration, the board agreed to open the facility near downtown Birmingham in an effort to better serve other areas like Bloomfield Hills and Franklin, Michigan. Our location also accommodates for easy parking and a close proximity to major pharmacies like CVS, Rite Aid, Walgreens, Sav.on drugs and well known local pharmacies like Mills Pharmacy and Birmingham Drugs (Sav.on drugs pharmacy currently).
Warning: Serious and life threatening conditions like chest pain, neurological events (stroke) or major trauma like head and neck injuries require immediate care at the nearest hospital emergency room (ER).