Havre de Grace
Two Urgent Care Locations
Havre de Grace & Bel Air
Walk In Hours
Urgent Care Services
Treatment of minor ailments such as cold, cough, sore throat and flu symptoms
Evaluation and treatment of sinus infections, allergies, and asthma
Treatment for ear/ eye infection
Examination and treatment of cuts, scratches, and rash
Treatment for headaches
Treatment for urinary tract infections
Care for broken bones, fractures, and sprains
Pediatric Evaluation and Treatment
Labs and X-Rays
No Appointments Necessary
Evaluation and treatment of minor motor vehicle accident injuries
Primary Care Services
Comprehensive Physical Exams
School / Sport / Camp Physicals
Annual Physicals / Gynecological Examinations
Preventative Care (immunizations/ vaccinations/ Flu Shots)
Diagnoses and treatment of minor illness and injury
Routine Care for pre existing conditions, i.e. diabetes, hypertension
Routine Pediatric Care
Labs and X-rays
Make a Primary Care
MDIC has Two Locations Serving Harford County
Primary Care Available at Both Locations by Appointment Only
- Treatment of work-related injuries
- Physical Examination / DOT
- Drug and Alcohol Testing
- Radiology Services
- TB Testing and Immunizations
- Travel Health
"My husband recently visited this practice and the staff quickly realized that he was having significant cardiac issues. An ambulance was called and my husband immediately received
the care he needed. I cannot thank them enough for what they did for him. They were even
caring enough to make sure that his car was locked, as he was hospitalized for several days. Thank you for taking such good care of my husband!"
MD Immediate Care opens in Havre de Grace
The Baltimore Sun, 2014
MD Immediate Care, a new urgent care center in Havre de Grace, has opened at 504 Lewis St.
Open seven days a week, the center is staffed with physicians who are board certified in internal medicine, family practice and emergency medicine.
A grand opening ceremony and celebration is being held Monday, Dec. 8. There will be free first aid kits and tote bags, while supplies last, and a raffle for a flat screen TV at 1 p.m. Refreshments will be served.
The center provides on-site care for acute, non-life threatening illnesses or injuries for all age groups and no appointment is required. The wait time to see an urgent care provider is typically far less than in many hospital emergency departments, an MD Immediate Care spokesperson said.
Appointments are not necessary; however, an online scheduling option is available for those who desire them.
MD Immediate Care also is providing occupational health services for local employers, including pre-employment physicals and drug and health screenings.
When illness strikes outside of regular office hours, urgent care offers an alternative from waiting for hours in a hospital emergency room. Urgent care does not, however, replace the primary care physician nor does it accommodate a serious emergency medical condition, the spokesman emphasized. The primary focus is on acute medical problems at the lower end of the severity spectrum.
MD Immediate Care provides a broad scope of services caring for men, women and children. Among those services are evaluating conditions such as the common cold, strep throat, lacerations, minor injuries, immunizations like flu shots, as well as performing school and sports physicals and employment related physicals, evaluations and treatment.
The care providers are able to order and obtain on-site, immediate laboratory tests that include but are not limited to tests such as urinalysis, pregnancy test and strep throat evaluation. Some on-site radiology services also are available.
Most insurance plans are accepted; for patients requiring care who do not have insurance, urgent care expenses typically are lower than those of regular ER visits, the center's operators noted.
Common Colds: Protect Yourself and Others (Source: CDC)
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Poison Ivy (Source: American Academy of Dermatology)
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National Women's Health Week (Source: Womenshealth.gov)
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