At MedExpress, we understand that illnesses and injuries can happen anytime. That’s why we’re open 8 to 8 every day. With no appointments needed, you can just walk in and our warm, welcoming medical team will get you back to feeling good.
services centered around you
Class is back in session! From proper handwashing to getting your sports physical, we’re here to help you stay happy and healthy all year long.
- Making Your Sick Plan: a Parent’s Guide to a Sick Kid
- Study Guide: Keeping Your Children Healthy This School Year
- Can You Hear Me? Diagnosing and Treating Ear Infections
- Preventing the Spread of Germs from Classroom to Home
- What's The Difference Between Viral and Bacterial Infections?
- MedExpress' Teddy Bear Clinics Celebrate 3 Years
services for your workforce
Looking for a partner to provide a full array of employer health services for your workforce?
We are proud to offer:
- workers’ compensation and injury care
- health and basic wellness
- occupational medicine
- worksite solutions
We understand that when you’re not feeling well, one less trip is a welcomed relief. That’s why many of the medications most commonly prescribed by our medical team are available at select MedExpress centers.
As our valued patient, you are at the center of everything we do – and that will never change.
We know how busy life can be. That’s why most patients are in and out in less than an hour.
We accept most major insurances, and we offer affordable pricing for those without insurance.
Care When You Need It
Open every day from 8 – 8, with no appointments necessary. Just walk in at a time that works best for you.
“I was so sick yesterday I wanted to cry. I was taken care of in a quick, friendly manner. Everyone was great, and I was out the door in about an hour.”
"Through MedExpress Teddy Bear Clinics, we're hoping to remove the fear of going to a healthcare professional while also teaching healthy habits.”
“I love what MedExpress stands for. I also appreciate that MedExpress takes the time to listen to employees on ways to improve practices."