MARTINSVILLE, Ind. – Sometimes you get sick or hurt and while it’s not an emergency, it’s important to see a doctor sooner rather than later. IU Health Morgan’s new primary care walk-in, opening on Tuesday, Nov. 8, is here to bring more convenient care to Morgan and surrounding counties.

Located in IU Health Morgan (2209 John R Wooden Dr, Martinsville, IN 46151) near the main entrance, the walk-in will be open Monday – Saturday, 7 am – 7 pm, no appointment needed.

“We have highly skilled providers that can take care of your medical needs when available appointments with your primary care provider do not fit your schedule,” said IU Health Southern Indiana Physicians Office Manager Nicole Robinson.

This can include after-hours, Saturdays, or non-emergency situations that require a same-day appointment.

“IU Health Morgan is here to serve our community and offer the best quality care,” said Robinson.

This team will provide care for conditions including:

  • Fever
  • Flu shots
  • Earache
  • Minor cuts that need stitches
  • Acute neck or back pain
  • Puncture wounds
  • Runny nose or chronic cough
  • Sinus trouble,
  • Skin rash, itch, or sunburn
  • Sore throat
  • Sprains
  • Tetanus shots

“This service was created because we saw a need in our community to bridge the gap between regular primary care appointments for long-term health and the emergency room, which is for life-threatening emergencies,” said IU Health Morgan Chief Operating Officer and Chief Nursing Officer Jason King. “This offering is built and staffed by our own team, so our community can count on the same great care they’ve come to expect at IU Health Morgan.”

Patients’ IU Health primary care providers will be able to review all documents from visits to this office for more comprehensive care.

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