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Why Choose Campbell Urgent Care

  • You're covered: Most insurances are accepted including Blue Care Network, Blue Cross Blue Shield, Beaumont, Cofinity, HAP, Aetna, Medicare, Priority Health, McLaren, Humana, TriCare, OmniCare, HealthSmart, Principal Financial Group, Total Health and many more.

  • No appointments needed: Just walk right in!

  • Convenient Hours: Campbell Urgent Care is open 7 days a week with extended evening, weekend and holiday hours.

  • Less Waiting: The average ER wait time was 3.3 hours in 2005 and over 4 hours in 2009. The average wait time was just 12 minutes at Campbell Urgent Care in 2011. Less waiting means you can get better faster at Campbell!

  • Lower Prices: Campbell Urgent Care has lower copays and out of pocket costs with prices averaging $110-$150 compared to ER costs of $550-$750 for sprains, influenza and minor lacerations.

Did You Know?

An urgent care visit typically costs 50% less than the ER!

Some of the services provided by Campbell Urgent Care include treatment for fractures, sports injuries, infections, cuts, allergies, flu, skin lesion removal, burns, rashes, immunizations, lacerations and flu. Campbell serves the Royal Oak, Madison Heights, Clawson, Warren and Ferndale area.

Wednesday June 20th, 2012 12:33 PM


Why Choose Campbell:

  • Just walk in. No appointment necessary.
  • Open extended hours
  • Shorter waiting times
  • On Site Lab
  • X-Ray Services Available
  • We accept most insurances

  • Dr Bazzi ... is great with patients and has a sense of humor doctors no longer carry these days. 2 thumbs up! RJ
  • I was so comfortable with the staff that I moved over to having Dr. Shaya as my primary care physician. KD
  • Dr. Maki was very good in explaining what was going on, and less than 3 days later I had gotten rid of a cough that I had previously had for more than a month. Lilly
  • WONDERFUL!!!! The staff and Dr. were really great. Dawn

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-- CDC

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