MedRite Urgent Care Services for Patients From Manhattan & Other NYC Neighborhoods
Urgent care may be your best option if you experience a non-life-threatening injury or illness in Manhattan and your physician’s office is closed. Of course, you could still go to the nearest emergency room, but you’ll likely have a long wait to see a physician, not to mention a big bill after all is said and done. If you need prompt medical attention, the board-certified physicians at MedRite are here for you. We provide affordable urgent care services seven days a week – without referrals, appointments, or long waits.
Whether you’ve found yourself coughing and sneezing in your cubicle at work, need fast relief from the discomfort of a urinary tract infection while vacationing in the Big Apple, or would simply like to cross off “flu shot” from your to-do list during your lunch break, you have easy access to these and other urgent care services at MedRite in Lower Manhattan. Since 2010, we’ve been improving the health of New York City residents, employees, and visitors of all ages.
MedRite’s comprehensive urgent care services include individualized treatments for:
- Lacerations, cuts, and wounds
- Muscle sprains and strains
- Minor fractures and broken bones
- Skin rashes and insect bites
- Colds, flu, and fever
- Strep throat
- Coughing and upper respiratory infections
- Allergy symptoms
- Asthma attacks
- Migraines and headaches
- Nausea, vomiting, and diarrhea
- Ear infections
- Nose bleeds
- Minor burns
- And more
In addition to providing quick and comprehensive urgent care, MedRite is also available to take care of your non-urgent – but nevertheless pressing – medical needs. For instance, we offer immigration, school, and sports physicals; well-woman, geriatric, and pediatric care; STD and pregnancy testing; wart removal; and state-of-the-art hearing tests in a soundproof booth.
With three convenient office locations in Manhattan, MedRite Urgent Care understands that our patients’ time is valuable – too valuable to spend waiting to see a primary care physician or emergency room doctor. When a non-life-threatening injury or illness strikes, come on in; we’ll diagnose and treat your condition right away, helping you to feel better and get on with your life as quickly as possible.