If you cannot get an immediate appointment with your "regulars doctor", and you don't want to spend hours waiting in the ER, our OBGYN Urgent Care is designed just for you!
Here at StarCare OBGYN Urgent Care, we understand some problems women often experience just can’t wait. Most acute Gyn and early pregnancy problems do not require ER visit. This is the reason we offer Walk-In urgent care, especially if you can’t get a same day appointment with your OB Gyn.
Some of the Walk-In ObGyn services we offer at our offices include:
- Vaginal discharge
- Yeast Infection
- Bladder infection
- STD testing and treatment
- Partner STD testing and treatment
- Prescription refills
- Same day HIV testing
- Pregnancy testing
- Pregnancy diagnosis with ultrasound
- Morning sickness
- Dehydration/IV fluids
- Pregnancy bleeding
- Ectopic pregnancy
- Pelvic pain
- Cyst/Abscess incision and drainage
- Hemorrhoids pain and itching
These visits are designed to be short and quick to deal with your current problem only. We accept insurance for these services AND we offer reasonable fees if you are currently without insurance. We understand that when problems arise and you need to see a doctor, you may not have time for a full, routine exam and just need to take care of the medical problem you’re having. Call and schedule an appointment with us for your health problems that need attention NOW!
NOTE: These visits will NOT include a full gynecology exam with a Pap smear. However, we invite you to return to our office for a full preventative care visit at your convenience!
Benefits of our OBGYN Urgent Care:
- SPECIALIZED OB GYN URGENT CARE
Experience high quality and complete emergency care provided by OB GYN specialists, not ER general physicians.
- ACCESSIBLE AND AFFORDABLE
Our urgent care costs the same as the regular office visit, much less than any ER visit, and most visits are covered by your insurance at our THREE conveniently located offices
- REDUCED WAIT TIME
Wait time is usually less than 20 minutes, so you will be taken care of promptly. In Emergency Rooms it can take several hours.