Walk-Ins Welcome – No Appointment Needed
Whether you need urgent care, continued pain management, family medicine, physical exams for school or work, COVID-19 testing, or any other non-emergent assistance, you can find it all here. Plus we accept all insurances, and have English, Arabic, and Chinese/Mandarin speaking practitioners standing by to guarantee every patient’s comfort!
Effective pain management changes the lives of those with pain. If you’ve been in a car accident and need the guidance of our pain management doctors, choose AS Medical Group Madison Heights Urgent Care.
AS Medical Group Madison Heights Urgent Care is devoted to always being here for your family, even in the most urgent of circumstances. Just trust our urgent care experts and we’ll gladly help you find what you need.
At AS Medical Group Madison Heights Urgent Care, our walk-in clinic patients are always our top priority. We even have a fully functional lab ready to administer tests, urinalysis, or anything you would get done at a primary care office.
You deserve a wellness partner that will stick by you through every stage of life, and that’s exactly what our family health and medicine services at AS Medical Group Madison Heights Urgent Care are all about.
Your children mean everything to you and you would do anything for them. All you’ve got to do is swing by and we’ll take care of whatever they need to help them thrive both at home and in school.
We offer COVID-19 testing – saliva PCR tests (no nasal swab) comes back within 72 hours, and COVID-19 rapid tests comes back in 15 minutes. All COVID-19 testing takes place in the parking lot and we take insurance.
Why AS Medical Group Madison Heights Urgent Care
AS Medical Group Madison Heights Urgent Care is a leading source of health resources for patients in every stage of life. Whether you need urgent care, continued pain management, family medicine, physical exams for school or work, COVID-19 testing, or any other non-emergent assistance, you can find it all here. Plus we accept all insurances, and have English, Arabic, and Chinese/Mandarin speaking practitioners standing by to guarantee every patient’s comfort.
Now Offering Saliva PCR & Rapid COVID-19 Testing
The collection of a saliva sample requires spitting into a tube, resulting in a much less invasive procedure. Only a very small amount of saliva is needed to conduct a COVID-19 saliva test — less than a quarter of a teaspoon. So, patients are usually asked to let it pool in the bottom of their mouths for a few seconds without swallowing, then lean forward and let it drip into the small, sterile container they’re provided. Spitting is something testers try to avoid, because that can generate aerosols. And they don’t want anyone clearing their throat or coughing first, either, because testers are looking for saliva, not mucus or phlegm from the back of the throat. People being tested are also asked avoid drinking water for at least 30 minutes and not to eat or drink anything else for about 30 minutes beforehand. That way, the samples are as clean and contaminant-free as possible.
Types of Tests We Offer
🔴 Saliva PCR tests with results within 24-48 hours
🔴 Rapid PCR nasal swab test with results within 15 minutes
🔴 Rapid antigen nasal swab test with results in 15 minutes
🔴 Rapid molecular (blood) antigen test with results in 15 minutes
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