Pediatric Urgent Care
Your family will be in qualified arms when you choose to visit UM Urgent Care for whatever non-emergent illness or injury life throws your way.
That pesky ear pull and a slight fever? Our team can promptly diagnose and treat ear infections, even when you notice symptoms after hours or on weekends. We know parenting is hard, and you want to keep your children as healthy as can be. That's why we treat patients older than 12 months of age and welcome you if you're looking for a pediatric urgent care you can count on.
Athlete Injury Care for Kids
Many sports-related pediatric injuries can be treated at a UM Urgent Care center, saving you a trip to the ER. Our qualified healthcare teams are here to examine, diagnose and treat a wide range of illnesses and injuries that can occur both on and off the field.
We can also provide referrals to qualified and trusted specialists in the event your athlete needs follow-up care.
Concussion Baseline Test
The first step in protecting your youth athlete's brain health is a concussion baseline test. Baseline tests are used to compare brain activity and function after a suspected concussion or head injury occurs.
Pediatric Urgent Care Services
You can't plan when an illness or injury will occur to your kids, but you can plan to go to a trusted children's urgent care center.
Our kid-friendly exam room offer comfort and ease to your little ones during your visit. UM Urgent Care is experienced in providing quality urgent care to children older than 12 months of age.
Walk-ins are welcome or to expedite your visit, please check-in online before visiting a center.
View information about what to do if your child has symptoms of the coronavirus.
Sports and Camp Physicals
UM Urgent Care can get your athletes and campers ready with our fast and convenient sports and camp physicals.
With locations near you, hours that meet your schedule, and a welcoming atmosphere, we can get your camper and athlete game-ready.
We Diagnose and Treat:
- Broken bones
- Burns, rashes and bites
- Colds, coughs and flu
- Cuts, scrapes and stitches
- Earaches and ear infections
- Eye injuries and infections
- Fever, runny nose and sore throat
- Nausea, vomiting and diarrhea
- Sprains and strains
- And more
UM Urgent Care provides coronavirus testing for patients 12 months of age and older.
View additional resources about how to navigate the coronavirus pandemic with kids.