Where can I get tested for STDs (STIs)?

Where can I get tested for STDs (STIs)?

Come into Physicians Immediate Care for STD testing.  We offer STD Testing Services at low self-pay pricing costs for those that choose not to submit through insurance.  We also offer rapid chlamydia & gonorrhea testing with immediate results at select locations…. More

Where can I go for an immigration medical exam?

Where can I go for an immigration medical exam?

At Physicians Immediate Care, we have Civil Surgeons on staff to perform immigration medical exams. Our doctors have been approved by the US Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) to administer INS physicals for those seeking to become permanent residents of… More

Can I get a Cortisone shot?

Can I get a Cortisone shot?

Yes, at Physicians Immediate Care, we can administer cortisone shots. Walk-in or reserve your time online to be examined by one of our medical providers to determine if a cortisone shot is right for you.  

How Long Does the Measles Vaccine Last?

How Long Does the Measles Vaccine Last?

The measles immunization is one component of the MMR vaccine, which stands for Measles/Mumps/Rubella.  This immunization is usually given at 12 months of age, and between the ages of 4 to 6 years.  Typically no further immunizations are required. Immunity is checked… More

Where can I get a Cyst removed?

Where can I get a Cyst removed?

Walk into any Physicians Immediate Care where our expert medical providers can diagnose and treat your cyst or abscess.  You may require a procedure to drain your cyst, which can be done during your visit.  

Do we accept IlliniCare?

Do we accept IlliniCare?

We are happy to accept all IlliniCare * insurance plans at all our clinics in Illinois. There are 3 plan types: Managed Medicaid HealthChoice Illinois Managed Medicare  Medicare-Medicaid Alignment Initiative (MMAI) Managed Long Term Supports and Services (MLTSS) Commercial Exchange… More

Where can I go for a UTI?

Where can I go for a UTI?

If you are suffering from a urinary tract infection with symptoms such as: Back pain Nausea Fever Blood in Urine Possible Vomiting You don’t need to wait for an appointment with your primary care physician. You can walk-in to any… More

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