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What’s the difference?

Urgent Care Appointment

Our experienced healthcare providers are fast, friendly, and can get you the help you need efficiently. Got a cut that needs sutures? We can do that. Maybe a little state-of-the-art surgical glue on that cut instead? Ooh, now we’re talking. Oh, and by the way: you can make an appointment if you’d like above, by phone, or even by fax), but appointments are never required, and our wait times are often less than 30 minutes per patient. (That’s the “Express” part). Our clinic provides the urgent care you need in a timely manner and at an affordable cost.

Primary Care Appointment

Innovative Express Care is here to provide you with a new kind of doctor’s office experience & appointment. Trust us with your primary care needs, and we promise to exceed your expectations. We offer compassionate, high quality medical providers and a team (nurses and receptionists) to help you feel better and stay health. We also make sure our physicians have fewer patients so we can give you the attention and time you need. This works best for: preventive health, annual exam, chronic illness (like hypothyroidism, diabetes, high blood pressure, etc) or you already have a relationship with one of our primary care providers.

Walk-in-Appointments

Innovative Express Care also welcomes any and all walk-in patients. 

Telemedicine Appointment

The crown jewel of our humble mission to make healthcare better and more affordable. Our telemedicine system allows you to interact directly with our healthcare workers via the internet (aka Videoconferencing), from the privacy of your own home or office (or gym, you get the picture), at a time that is most convenient for you. Imagine if your living room was also your waiting room. Now, no one will ever look at you funny for tearing articles out of magazines in the waiting room again. This option is best for any established patient wanting a medication refill, has a simple complaint that does not need testing (like a rash or known issue), or something that we told you would be a good “telemedicine option.”