When to Come to Urgent Care​​
Visit our Urgent Care Center for expert and timely treatment. We handle urgent problems that are not life-threatening.
  • Accidents and falls
  • Bleeding and cuts
  • Broken bones and sprains
  • High fever, diarrhea or vomiting
  • Mild to moderate asthma

Graham Urgent Care
has average door to door times of under an hour!

Top 5 reasons to Consider an Urgent Care vs the ER

  • Better value - A recent study shows emergency room costs are approximately 700% more than the cost for the same level of quality medical care received at an urgent care facility.

  • Save Time - The ER fortunately triages emergency conditions to the top of their list. However, what this means when you go to an ER is that if your issue is not life threatening you will be put at the bottom of the list and often wait 3-4 hours before you're seen. At Lansing Urgent Care, our door to door time is less than 1 hour.

  • Lower co-payments - Many major insurance companies categorize urgent care facilities as primary care facilities, so co-payments may be substantially lower than co-payments required for a trip to the Emergency Room.

  • No Facility Fee - We submit your insurance claim and you receive a single bill. Emergency rooms and hospital owned urgent cares charge you both a facility fee and a fee for the physicians service. So, not only are your charges much higher at the ER but you‘ll generally receive two bills!

  • Quality Everytime - At Graham Healthcare and Urgent Care we hire only board certified clinicians that are always on site each and every time you visit. You don’t need to wait for a primary care appointment nor sit in an ER for hours. We provide clinicians you can trust to deliver quality care.

All this with superb medical treatment, in a friendly and welcoming environment!

U.S. Government- According to the Division of Health Care Statistics, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, only 15 percent of patients seen at hospital emergency rooms were truly emergency cases. This means approximately 85% of patients that go to an ER do not have a true medical emergency.