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Immediate Care East: Walk-In Medical Treatment, PLLC


Immediate Care East:  Walk-In Medical Treatment is a state-of-the-art urgent care facility providing acute injury and illness care for pediatric and adult patients when their doctor is unavailable or when they don’t want the frustration of waiting for hours in a hospital emergency room. 

Every patient is seen and treated by a licensed physician.  Most patients are treated and discharged in less than one hour.  Immediate Care East offers on-site x-rays, diagnostic testing and laboratory services. 

No appointments or referrals are necessary.  Most insurances and credit cards are accepted.  Uninsured and self-pay patients receive discounted pricing.  Co-pays are substantially lower than emergency room visits.


Immediate Care East: Walk-In Medical Treatment

1600 Moseley Road
Victor New York 14564
Monroe County
Phone: 585-398-1275

Hours: Monday-Friday: 11am to 9pm, Weekends 9am to 5pm and Major Holidays 9am to 3pm.

Location Comments: Conveniently located near Eastview Mall near the corner of Moseley Road (Rte. 250) and Rte. 96. Immediate Care East: Walk-In Medical Treatment physicians and staff are trained to respond to patients' urgent care needs. We diagnose and treat most non-life threatening injuries and illnesses. Our services include care for: flu, coughs, sore throat, fever, colds, minor fractures, sprains, strains & dislocations, cuts & bruises, nausea, vomiting & diarrhea, urinary tract infections, allergies & asthma attacks, school & work physicals, minor lacerations (stitches), abrasions & wound care, rashes, animal & insect bites, headaches, eye problems & injuries, ear aches, heart & lung problems and sports injuries. For more serious problems, we provide initial evaluation and stabilization and will arrange transportation to local hospitals when necessary. We also provide diagnostic tests such as rapid strep, lab work, x-rays, mono tests, STD tests, EKG, pregnancy tests, urine tests, and blood tests. Patients may also receive injections such as Tetanus shots, Vaccination and Immunization shots, Flu shots, Hepatitis shots and PPD (tuberculosis surveillance) shots.

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