Urgent Care Specialist

DOCCS

Urgent Care & Primary Care Physicians located in Melbourne, FL

If you need urgent care services in Melbourne, Florida, make your way to DOCCS. Dr. Sangita Sahay and Dr. Marilyn Moss offer comprehensive services with shorter wait times than the local ER. In addition to personalized care, you’ll benefit from in-house labs, a pharmacy, and radiology services. If you need our care, come in now. You can also call or book an appointment online.

Urgent Care Q & A

DOCCS

What is urgent care?

Urgent care includes medical services provided when you need urgent attention, but not immediate attention. For example, if you or your child suddenly present symptoms of the flu, have a cut that needs stitches, or may have sprained an ankle, you’ll get prompt, effective care in the DOCCS urgent care center.

Urgent care is often a better option if you've been in a car accident, unless you have sustained a life-threatening injury. Our doctors will see you more quickly than if you go to the emergency room and provide the same expert care you would expect from the hospital. If your doctor diagnoses an issue that requires emergency care, they’ll give you advice and help you to get the care you need.

What conditions do the doctors treat as urgent care?

If you experience any of the following symptoms or conditions, you should make your way to urgent care.

  • Severe cough, cold, or flu symptoms
  • Gastrointestinal issues like vomiting or diarrhea
  • Allergic reactions
  • High fevers
  • Ear infections
  • Sprains and broken bones

Urgent care is often a faster and more affordable treatment option for non-life threatening emergencies. Why spend hours waiting in an emergency room when you’ll be seen much more quickly by the gifted and compassionate doctors at DOCCS? They apply hospital expertise and personalized care to deliver a comprehensive urgent care service.

You’ll also have access to non-emergency treatments like physicals, Department of Transportation (DOT) physicals, and immunizations. DOCCS also has an in-house pharmacy, laboratory, and radiology unit to provide efficient care.

What if I need X-rays?

DOCCS has in-house X-ray services as part of their radiology unit. If you happen to need an X-ray, you’ll have one during your visit to the DOCCS urgent care.

What is the difference between urgent care and the emergency room?

The emergency room is for life-threatening medical emergencies. You should go to an emergency room if you experience chest pain, sudden shortness of breath, confusion, or any paralysis.

If you think you need urgent care, proceed to DOCCS immediately. If possible, call the office so the doctors and staff know you’re coming and have some information about your issue. If you need a physical, immunization, or other non-emergency service, please call or book an appointment online today.