Get a physical – fast – at CareWell Urgent Care.
When you need a physical – for insurance, for work or just for general wellness – you don’t want to have to wait weeks or months until your primary care physician has an opening. And you definitely don’t want to spend hours waiting at the emergency room while patients with other, more serious medical conditions get treated first. That’s why, at CareWell Urgent Care, we make it easy to get a same-day physical exam, seeing a clinician in as little as 15 minutes. Whether you need a sports physical, a DOT physical or an annual physical to check your general well-being, CareWell Urgent Care offers a convenient way to get a physical fast. And because we accept all major insurance plans, including Medicare and Medicaid, getting a physical exam at CareWell won’t cost you more than a regular doctor’s visit.
How to get a physical at CareWell.
You can get a physical for school sports, for work or for general well-being at any of our 17 locations throughout eastern Massachusetts and in Warwick, Rhode Island. Simply walk in any time we’re open, and at most locations you can see a clinician for a physical in as little as 15 minutes. You can also call ahead for an appointment to save even more time.
When you arrive at our offices, you’ll notice our waiting rooms are designed for comfort, with soft lighting and a children’s play area. Our state-of-the-art care rooms and facilities include an on-site lab, X-ray machines, EKG tests and other medical equipment that lets us diagnose and treat many conditions right away, in one location.
And for your convenience, all CareWell centers are open seven days a week, many with extended hours that make it easy to get a physical on your lunch break, after work, on the way to the grocery store or on a Sunday afternoon.
Beyond the physical: complete urgent care services from CareWell.
CareWell is more than a great place to get an urgent care physical. Each of our urgent care centers offers highly experienced clinicians who can treat a wide variety of ailments and injuries, including:
- Colds, flu, viruses and other ailments.
- Accidents and non-life-threatening injuries.
- Allergic reactions.
- Children’s medical needs, for kids age 6 months and up.
- Vaccinations and health screenings, including flu shots and a pulmonary function test.
- Occupational health services, including physical exams for a DOT physical card.