• Now Open - No appointment needed
    Need a doctor? Just walk in

***In order to maintain and practice social distancing we have kept our practice hours have changed. Our new hours of operation are Monday to Friday 10 am to 5 pm.

Presently, there is no walk in in service. We are asking patients to call 292-0022 to make an appointment.

We are advising all patients to please wear a face mask to their appointment, as this is a requirement while visiting our facility.***

Health Express Urgent Care is an alternative to the Emergency Room. It provides medical care for minor injuries and illness that are not life threatening, as well as physicals (TCD, sports and pre-employment).

Our team of experts are certified in family medicine or emergency medicine, and we have specialists, physicians available to provide the most appropriate care to meet your unique needs

  • No Appointment Needed
  • Most Insurance Accepted
  • Open Late from Monday to Friday & Saturday.
  • Self-check-in kiosk.
  • Short waiting time before seeing the doctor
  • Direct access to the Phoenix Pharmacy

Urgent care treatment conditions include:
•Cold and flu
•Minor bruises
•Fevers
•Allergies
•Sprains
•Sore throats
•Infections
•Rashes
•Earaches
•Coughs
•Nausea
•Minor skin treatments
•Vaccinations
•Minor cuts
•Burns

Our Services

Services

Urgent attention to:

• Minor illnesses

• Minor injuries

• Skin problems

• Sports injuries

• TCD, sports and pre-employment physicals

• Vaccinations

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

What is BMSG Health Express Urgent Care?

BMSG Health Express is an urgent care center, which is an alternative to the KEMH Emergency Room. It provides medical care for minor injuries and illness, skin problems, wellness services, vaccinations, as well as physicals (TCD, sports and pre-employment).

Do I need to make an appointment to visit BMSG Health Express Urgent Care?

No, you do not need an appointment to visit.

How long will a visit take?

Most patients are treated and released in about 45 minutes. However, visit times may vary depending on the number of patients at the center and the severity of their injuries or illness.

What information do I need to be seen by a doctor?

You will need a valid photo ID and insurance card (if you’re paying with insurance).

Does insurance pay for BMSG Health Express Urgent Care?

We accept most major insurance plans. Co-pays are determined by your insurance plan. We accept major insurances, Argus, Colonial, BF&M, GEHI, HIP and Futurecare and have self-pay options available to patients who do not have insurance.

What conditions are treated at BMSG Health Express Urgent Care?

The BMSG Health Express urgent care treatments would not be limited to and would also include: cold and flu, minor bruises, fevers, allergies, sprains, sore throats, infections, rashes, earaches, persistent coughs, nausea, sexually transmitted infections, minor sports injuries, minor skin treatments, vaccinations, physicals, minor cuts and burns.

What about conditions requiring on-going care and monitoring?

BMSG Health Express Urgent Care is not a substitute for a patient’s GP. Patients will be referred back to their primary care provider for ongoing care. For patients who do not have a primary care provider, one of our doctors at BMSG Health Express Urgent Care will continue to treat you.

What age of patients does BMSG Health Express Urgent Care treat?

BMSG Health Express Urgent Care treats young children, teenagers and adults.

Why choose Urgent Care instead of the Emergency Department?

For patients with minor health conditions, BMSG Health Express Urgent Care is typically quicker than a visit to a hospital emergency department. For many patients with insurance, the cost of an urgent care visit is the same as a physician office visit.

Is payment required at the time of service?

Payment is expected at the time of your visit. For patients with insurance this is the co-pay as specified by your insurance plan. We accept cash, personal checks, Visa and MasterCard.

When should you come to BMSG Health Express Urgent Care?

  • If you have an injury or illness which is not life threatening during the day, after business hours or on a weekend or holiday.
  • If you have a minor injury and you do not need treatment in an emergency department.
  • If you need a flu shot and it is the appropriate time to receive this immunization.
  • If you need a physical for TCD, sports participation, or for employment.

If you have a life-threatening situation, call 911 immediately.

Contact Information

+1441 2920022

admin@bermudamedical.com

5 Reid Street, Hamilton, HM 11 (Across the road from HSBC)

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