At First Response Urgent Care, we know that many people may feel anxious about coming to the doctor, so it is our goal to make your visit with us as anxiety free as possible. Although we offer a wide array of services, our team of board certified physicians offer emergency medical care. We enjoy taking care of patients of all ages and background, providing services to infants, children, adolescents and adults at our Brooklyn immediate medical office.
Unlike many of our urgent clinic competitors, there is always a board certified physician working in our medical offices. Our Brooklyn immediate medical office offers complete preventive medicine services, such as x-rays, blood tests, and annual exams. Additionally, our doctors treat strains, backaches, colds and flu, nausea and more. Allergy injections can be administered. Our board certified physicians are also able to provide our patients with on-site laceration repair, fracture and trauma management, asthma management, skin infection, and occupational medicine treatment services. We also provide limited physical therapy including manipulation. Typically, we can treat you and have you on your way in an hour or less. We are just the health care provider you need to accommodate your demanding and busy schedule. We view it as our mission to educate our patients about their healthcare options and to help guide them to choose a treatment plan that is most suitable and appropriate for their needs. Most, if not all, of our medical services are offered at dramatic cost savings to patients, employers, and insurance companies over the costs of hospital emergency departments and hospital based “fast track” and “urgent care” units.
Our board certified physicians will see you in a timely fashion, with care and compassion, but with no appointment necessary. We understand you want the best medical care without the wait, especially if seeking emergency medical care, and our Brooklyn immediate medical office at First Response Urgent Care delivers it promptly. However, if you are having a life threatening emergency, such as severe chest pain, stroke or major injuries, call 911, or go directly to the nearest hospital Emergency Department.