Greeley Med Care opened in October 2013 to offer a more convenient healthcare option to Greeley, Colorado and the surrounding areas. We are excited to serve all of our friends and neighbors!
Q. Where is Greeley Med Care and when are you open?
A. Greeley Med Care is located in Greeley, Colorado at 2928 W 10th St. For a detailed list of our hours, and for a map with directions, click here.
Q. What is Urgent Care?
A. Urgent Care Centers provide a convenient healthcare alternative for patients suffering from non-life threatening injuries and illnesses. Operating hours are usually much more accessible than the average doctor’s office and wait times are only a fraction of what you would expect to wait in the emergency department. Unlike a retail clinic Greeley Med Care is staffed by Board Certified physicians and offers a full scope of services including laboratory capabilities.
Q. Is Urgent Care less expensive than the Emergency Room?
A. Definitely! Urgent Care co-pays are typically much lower than the average E.R. co-pay. And, unlike the E.R., you won’t get a separate bill from the physician, radiology department or laboratory. It’s all included in your visit! We also offer very reasonable rates to our self-pay patients.
Q. Can I visit an Urgent Care even if I have a primary care physician?
A. Yes! Greeley Med Care will be happy to treat you during those times when your primary care physician isn’t available. If you become sick or injured on a weekend, holiday or after your doctor has closed for the evening, Urgent Care may be the best option for you.
Q. Will my insurance pay for a visit to an Urgent Care?
A. Most insurance policies cover Urgent Care visits, although some may require that you select a facility that is “in-network” with your insurance plan. Greeley Med Care is an in-network provider for most major insurance carriers. If you don’t see your carrier on the list, just give us a call and we will be happy to assist you.
Q. What kind of doctor do you need to see if you get injured at work?
A. If you are injured on the job, talk to your supervisor right away. Seek a Level II Full Accredited medical provider through the Colorado Division of Workers’ Compensation.
Q. Where do you go if you are injured on the job?
A. If possible, always notify a supervisor immediately. For minor injuries during the hours of 8:00am -8:00pm, Monday – Friday, 9:00am – 5:00pm Saturday and 9:00am – 1:00pm Sunday, you may contact our office at (970) 351-8282, and let us know you are on your way. It is always best if you can let us know you when you are coming so your wait time is minimized.