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Urgent care doctors answer your burning questions


Children don't wait until business hours to get sick or injured. Convenient hours and locations make local urgent care centers the best place to get speedy, professional care for your child.

Urgent cares are full of helpful and qualified physicians who take your children's health seriously. We asked local urgent care centers questions that moms are dying to know the answers to.

Excel Urgent Care
1 Hatfield Ln., Goshen. 360-5530
1004 Main St., Fishkill. 765-2240
Excel-UrgentCare.com

CAN MY CHILD RECEIVE A PHYSICAL AT AN URGENT CARE CENTER?

Yes, your child can receive a school physical at an Excel Urgent Care center. Due to insurance restrictions, we are unable to bill your insurance company for these physicals.

Instead, we charge a discounted rate of only $50.00 for this visit. We will promptly fill out and handle any paperwork you need done at the completion of your child's visit.

This way, you can leave with everything in hand that you need. Even a lollipop!

Your child can participate in sports or enter school without any worries. Physicals are completed quickly and by a trained medical professional at either one of our convenient locations.

FirstCare Medical Center
222 Rte. 299 Highland. 691-3627
FirstCareMedCenter.com

WHAT KINDS OF TESTS CAN I GET DONE AT THE URGENT CARE CENTER?

At FirstCare Medical Center, patients are seen by and tests are administered by MDs, Registered Nurse Practitioners and Physician Assistants.

At our convenient Highland location, we can provide immediate results seven days a week. We can perform X-rays, tests for urine problems, strep tests, mono tests and flu tests. We are able to order and send out for almost all tests that are available. We can complete blood count tests, Lyme tests, allergy tests, ultrasounds and more.

The cost of these tests varies with the patient's insurance. Tests are extra for some insured patients and for all uninsured patients.