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When the unexpected happens and you need medical care quickly, our certified urgent care locations allow you to get in, get out and feel better fast. Urgent care is a convenient option, for all ages, to treat non-threatening illnesses or injuries. No appointment is needed and we accept most insurance plans.
What we treat
- Bladder infections
- Broken bones or sprains (if bone is showing or limb is deformed go directly to the ER)
- Earache, cough and sore throats
- Eye infections
- Fever (if under 6 months of age, go to the ER)
- Illness with nausea, vomiting and/or diarrhea
- Asthma-related symptoms
- Minor cuts or animal bites where bleeding is controlled
- Skin rashes, sunburns or minor burns, such as burns caused by cooking
- Sports physicals
- Pre-employment physicals, drug testing, and treatment for work site injuries
At Henry Ford, we transfer patients to emergency care locations within our network if conditions are severe enough to warrant it. We make all the arrangements to make sure your transfer is smooth.
Locations and hours
For your convenience, our urgent care locations are open Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 10 p.m. and on weekends and holidays, 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Reserve your spot in line now.
Henry Ford Macomb Health Center Bruce Township
Henry Ford Macomb Health Center Chesterfield
Henry Ford Macomb Health Center Fraser
Henry Ford Macomb Health Center Shelby Township
What to expect
You will be cared by board-certified physicians, physician assistants and experienced registered nurses. Often, your wait in an urgent care center is shorter than in a hospital emergency department. However, when you visit one of our urgent care locations, we may need to treat patients with severe symptoms first, even if they arrive after you. This may require you to wait a little longer. We make every effort to communicate about your wait time.
If you think your condition is life-threatening, please go to the nearest emergency department.
What to bring
To make your visit as quick and smooth as possible, please bring the following items with you:
- List of your current prescribed and over-the-counter medications, dosage and number of times taken per day.
- Driver’s license or other form of identification and insurance cards.
- List of current physicians including office phone numbers, fax numbers and addresses.