When to go to Urgent Care
Urgent Care is a great option for treatment of medical conditions that are not life threatening but need to be taken care of right away, especially when your doctor’s office is closed. In most situations you’ll save time and money by going to urgent care instead of the emergency room.
If you experience the symptoms below, you could go to urgent care:
- Low-grade fever (less than 101 F)
- Sprain or injury without deformity
- Painful urination
- Sore throat
- Cough or cold symptoms
- Nausea or vomiting without pain
- Eye Infections
- Sinus infection
- Small lacerations
- Mild asthma
- Foreign object in your ear
- Back pain without injury
Metro Health Urgent Care is open 9 am – 9 pm, 7 days a week and offers high-quality care provided by board-certified emergency medicine physicians and nurses. We also feature short wait times, a convenient location right off I-96 and Cascade Rd and the personal care you expect from Metro Health.
4055 Cascade Rd. SE, Grand Rapids, MI
Hours: 9am-9pm, 7 days a week.
Metro Health Urgent Care is located just off I-96 and the Cascade Rd. exit.
For more information on Metro Health Urgent Care, click here.
If you experience life-threatening symptoms such as severe bleeding, a potential spinal injury, severe chest pains or signs of a stroke call 911 or head to the nearest emergency department. For more information about the Metro Health Hospital Emergency Department click here.