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Urgent Care
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Get Well Urgent Care centers treat everything from common injuries and illnesses to minor surgical procedures for both children and adults. At our clinics, you will find board certified physicians who have experience and training in an urgent care environment.

Urgent Care Services:

  • Illnesses:
  • Aches and Pains
  • Breathing Treatments
  • Ear, Throat and Sinus Infections
  • Lung infections
  • Nausea, Vomiting, Diarrhea and Dehydration
  • Rashes, Poison Ivy and Allergic Reactions
  • Skin Disease and Warts
  • Sexually Transmitted Infection Treatment
Primary Care
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From common colds to immunizations, our doctors and experienced staff are prepared to meet all of your primary care needs. Best of all, our multiple locations and operating hours make it more convenient to visit us than going to an ordinary primary care clinic or hospital.

Primary Care Services:

  • Aches and pains
  • General illness diagnosis and treatment
  • hCG Testing (pregnancy)
  • Immunizations – Tetanus, flu shots, TB testing, TDAP
  • Medical check-ups
  • Physicals
  • Shots and quick flu tests
  • Skin Biopsy-Abscess
  • Urgent Care
  • Well-woman exams

Other Medical Services:

  • Breathing Treatments
  • Digital X-Rays
  • EKG’s
  • Flu Test, Mono Test, Strep Test, Urine Test and Pregnancy Test
  • Lab Services
  • Medical Evaluations: Executive and Return-to-Work
  • Physicals: Sports, School, Employment and Pre-Employment
Occupational Medicine
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We realize how important it is for your employees to make a speedy recovery and return to work in a timely manner. Get Well Urgent Care is dedicated to keeping employees healthy and well. Our board certified physicians and experienced staff at provide outstanding care all of your occupational medicine needs.

Physical Exams:

  • DOT Physical Exams
  • Pre-Placement Physical Exams
  • Routine Examinations

Drug Screens:

  • Federal Drug Screens
  • Random Drug Screens

Immunizations:

  • Flu
  • TB (Tuberculosis)
  • Tetanus

Injuries:

  • Burn Management, Foreign Body Removal and Nose Bleeds
  • Eye Injuries
  • Fractures, Dislocations and Sprains
  • Minor Surgical Procedures: I and D Abscess, Fishhook Removal
  • Work-related Injuries
  • Wound Repair: Lacerations (cuts), Abrasions (scrapes) and Splinters

Illnesses:

  • Ear, Throat and Sinus Infections
  • Headaches, Back Pain, UTI, and STDs
  • Nausea, Vomiting, Diarrhea and Dehydration
  • Rashes, Poison Ivy and Allergic Reactions
  • Skin Infections, Skin Disease and Warts
  • Flu and other Viral Illness, Bronchitis, Pneumonia and Asthma
Flu Shots

The best way to reduce the chances of getting the seasonal flu is to get a flu vaccine each year. Flu shots work by causing antibodies to develop in your body and protect against infection from the flu virus.

How to Prevent the Flu

  • The most effective way to prevent the flu to get a flu vaccine.
  • Wash your hands often with soap and water.
  • Avoid close contact with anyone that you know is sick.
  • Avoid touching your eyes, nose, or mouth. This is how germs spread.
Tips to Feeling Better

As it gets colder outside, it becomes even easier to catch a cold, fever, or infection. We want you feeling better right away, rather than spending sick time in bed.

Our experienced medical team can treat illnesses by providing:

  • Flu shots
  • Flu testing
  • Immunizations/Vaccinations
  • Relief with medications
  • X-rays
Helpful Remedies from Home

Here are some remedies to help relieve your illness right from home!

  • Drink fluids: Whether you’re feeling sick or not, you can never go wrong by drinking fluids. Some sicknesses, like the flu, can leave you dehydrated. Water, juices, and electrolyte drinks can help remedy your dehydration.
  • Gargle: If you have a sore or scratchy throat, try gargling some warm salt water. Gargling salt water washes bacteria away so you feel relief right away!
  • Get some rest: To fight your infection, your body needs time to heal itself. While your body is taking a break from its usual activities, it has the ability to fight whatever infection you might have.
  • Humidify: It’s important to keep your home humid, especially during the dry winter months. If you don’t have a humidifier, you can even relieve nasal congestions by taking a hot shower.
  • Make some soup: Hot soup can actually help you relax and soothe your sore throat. The vapors from hot soup can even relieve nasal congestion.
Words from Patients
  • Very good place. I have been few times and have very good experience. I have seen this doctor from last year who is very friendly and made me comfortable every time I am there. I have also taken my kids there and were quickly taken care of. staff is very respectful too. I would highly recommend using them.

    Creator12 Southfield, MI
  • They took us in right away, the staff was extremely courteous and so was the Doctor. They were extremely thorough and we were in and out with e-scribed scripts at the pharmacy up the street. And were home with extensive treatment and prescriptions in an expedited manner! I highly recommend them and actually we changed them to our primary care facility also. Everyone was professional and they have a full line of equipment without the wait of an emergency room.

    CarolMD Southfield, MI
  • They have only been at this location for a little over two years and the facility was SPOTLESS as any healthcare facility SHOULD BE. I walked in because of a persistent cough that would not go away for several days already and causing me to lose some sleep at night. I arrived there with several people ahead of me, half of whom have children under 5. I was promptly greeted at the door and my information was taken. When my name was called, it took me less than 20 minutes to be seen by the doctor and get my prescription written.

    Ruffy Warren, MI
  • Came in on a Saturday morning with my daughter fearing she had an ear infection. She did, unfortunately, but the staff and the doctor are friendly and professional, the facilities are very clean, and the wait was short. We'll definitely be back the next time we're in need of urgent care.

    Janet Warren, MI
  • The staff is extremely friendly, and will do everything in their power to help. This office is all around great, efficient, and know what they are doing. The pharmacy next door is just as great, I now will not fill any medication at any other pharmacy because I like their staff and people that much.

    Emily V Plymouth, MI
  • The office staff is kind and helpful. The service was excellent and quick. I also like that there is a pharmacy next door conveniently located too!!

    Theresa S Plymouth, MI
  • Love this office! Even though it's an Urgent Care Center, I use it as my kids' Doctor's office since they take their insurance. Staff is wonderful & the Doc's are very professional and caring. I would highly recommend.

    Manal J Roseville, MI
  • Awesome staff. Very friendly and helpful. Dr.Hammoud was very nice and referred me to a pharmacy that charged 1/2 what Meijer did the last time I needed the prescription. From the minute I walked in the clinic, to the minute I walked out was 27 minutes. Very quick and efficient. I would recommend this place to anyone and will go back if I ever have the need.

    KLR18090 Roseville, MI
Physicals
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Many school districts require that students have physical exams prior to enrollment. Physical exams help screen for sicknesses and are essential for monitoring illnesses such as high blood pressure or diabetes. Prepare your kids for a healthy school year with a comprehensive physical exam at a Get Well Urgent Care center. No appointment needed!

What Are the Steps of a Physical?

  • Medical History

    Knowing your medical history is just as important as the physical exam itself. Knowledge of any past illnesses or surgeries will help diagnose problems and prevent complications that may arise in the future.

  • Vitals

    The next step of a physical exam is to check your pulse and blood pressure. We’ll also record your height and weight, as height and weight changes can add stress to your bones, joints, and muscles.

  • Eye Exam

    We’ll make sure your vision is in good health with a proper eye exam. This will determine whether you need prescription lenses. We’ll also evaluate your eyes to check for problems such as glaucoma or cataracts.

  • Fitness

    Next we’ll check your abdomen, heart, lungs, ears, nose, throat, and your overall cardiovascular system. This part of a physical is to make sure your body is in overall good condition for any fitness activity.

  • Joints and Flexibility

    We check your flexibility, posture, strength, and joints to identify any areas that might be prone to injury. Based on your joints and flexibility, we may also suggest certain exercises to help build a healthier body.

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From physicals to specialty treatment, Get Well Urgent care does it all!