Patient Services Provided by UHealth Jackson Urgent Care’s Center in Doral, FL
Life is hectic. No matter if your day includes commuting to work, attending school, or raising kids, becoming sick or injured probably doesn’t work with your schedule. Thankfully, UHealth Jackson Urgent Care in Doral, Florida, offers walk-in medical treatment every day between 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. Our fully equipped urgent care center is led by board-certified, UHealth – the University of Miami Health System physicians who provide routine medical care for the whole family. The next time you or a loved one is feeling under the weather and needs prompt attention, consider choosing UHealth Jackson Urgent Care – Doral.
Patient-centric urgent care services
Equipped with the extensive resources and expertise of Jackson Health System, UHealth Jackson Urgent Care – Doral provides comprehensive diagnostics and treatment to adult and pediatric patients with non-life-threatening health concerns. Specifically, our team can provide:
- Walk-in treatment for non-emergency illnesses and injuries, including minor procedures such as stitches and abscess removal
- Digital X-ray imaging and routine clinical lab work
- Flu shots
- Physicals, including school/sports physicals, college entrance physicals, and concealed weapons permit (Class G) physicals
- General wellness services
In addition to the large scope of our adult and children's urgent care services, UHealth Jackson Urgent Care – Doral distinguishes itself from some other urgent care centers by providing quick care and individualized attention to each and every patient who walks through our doors. We take the time to listen to our patients’ concerns, answer their questions, and help them make educated and confident decisions about their health.
UHealth Jackson Urgent Care – Doral is here for you and your family. If you have any questions regarding our patient services, physicians, or accepted insurance plans, please contact our urgent care center at your convenience. In the event of a life-threatening emergency, please call 911 or visit your nearest hospital emergency room.