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    Grosse Pointe Urgent Care You Can Trust

    MedPost Urgent Care serves patients of all ages from our walk-in clinic in Grosse Pointe, MI. As we want your MedPost experience to be as convenient as possible, there is no need to schedule an appointment at our Grosse Pointe urgent care clinic. You can simply walk into our clinic, or schedule online or by phone to save your spot in line. Since we understand that your medical care often can’t wait, we’re open seven days a week with extended hours.

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    Our MedPost Urgent Care Grosse Pointe location is situated near the Vernier Road and Mack Avenue intersection, close to I-94. We are at the corner of Mack Avenue and Lennon Street and located near Grosse Pointe North and South High School, Parcels, St. Joan of Arc, Kellogg Middle School, and Churchill Elementary school district.

    Directions to MedPost in Grosse Pointe

    Follow I-94 E to Harper Avenue, then take exit 225 toward Michigan 102/Vernier Road/8 Mile Road. Merge onto Harper Avenue, then turn right onto Vernier Road. Turn right onto Mack Avenue, and MedPost Urgent Care will be on your right at 20599 Mack Ave. MedPost Urgent Care serves patients of all ages from our walk-in clinic in Grosse Pointe, MI.

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    MedPost Urgent Care
    MedPost healthcare providers have experience in urgent care, pediatrics, wellness, and occupational health and provide services in Grosse Pointe Woods, MI for residents of the Harper Woods, Grosse Pointe Shores, St. Clair Shores areas.
  • Urgent Care

    When you’re feeling under the weather, the last thing you want to do is deal with long wait times and expensive emergency room fees. You need medical care that’s fast, accessible, and effective. That’s where MedPost Urgent Care comes in. At our walk-in clinic in Grosse Pointe, MI, our team of healthcare experts provides quality, compassionate care, and strives to help you feel better soon.

    Our team can treat a variety of injuries and illnesses, including X-rays for broken bones, testing for mono and strep throat, prescriptions for colds and allergies, and more. We offer top-quality treatment to all of our patients, from kids to adults. Let us know how we can help you improve your health — visit MedPost Grosse Pointe today and start feeling better.

    Please be prepared to show your photo ID. If you plan on using insurance, please bring your insurance card. Also, be prepared to discuss your medical history at your appointment. When you just don't have time to be sick or wait for an appointment, count on MedPost.

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  • Wellness Check

    MedPost provides patients in Grosse Pointe and around the Detroit area with preventative health and wellness checks. We not only want to make sure you feel better, but our team of skilled medical professionals will provide you with solutions for longer-term preventative health. Wellness services may include lab tests, checkups, immunizations, physicals, and blood work. For your convenience, MedPost Grosse Pointe is open seven days and nights a week.

    We offer online scheduling and always accept walk-ins. Our patients benefit from solutions including joints, reflexes and balances review, skin checks, and more. If you or a family member need a wellness check, MedPost Grosse Pointe is here to treat and detect a variety of your wellness needs.

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  • Occupational Health

    MedPost Grosse Pointe offers occupational health services for residents living near the Grosse Pointe and Detroit, Michigan metro area. At MedPost we provide work related services including employment physicals, screenings, and injury treatment.

    From bandaging cuts and sprains to treating burns, you can be sure that MedPost Grosse Pointe's experienced staff provide convenient and reliable workers’ comp services. View forms or schedule appointments online through our occupational health portal. We look forward to working with you and helping you either start a new job or recover from an injury to return to work.

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