Our Ambulatory Care Center has expanded!
You can’t predict when you’ll get sick or hurt. But, when you’re not feeling well, quick care is important. Since 1986, QMG has offered walk-in, on-demand care to patients. The Ambulatory Care Center (ACC) is excited to announce an expansion of their practice: QMG Now.
QMG Now has the same doctors you have come to know and trust. Open 7 days a week, QMG Now provides immediate access to this expert group of healthcare providers at the cost of a regular office visit. If needed, you will also have immediate access to specialists, advanced imaging, testing, and other services at a low cost.
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QMG Now treats many non-emergency illnesses such as:
- upper respiratory infections
- sore throats
- muscle strains
- work/school injuries
- work/ sport physicals
Chest pain, possible strokes, and serious injuries need more intensive and emergency care and should always be seen in the emergency room.
We’re Here for You the Moment You Need Us.
Dr. Ernest Wallace, physician with QMG Now, explained that you should not delay care and says that QMG Now’s expanded services provide a safe, accessible, and affordable option for patients at a time when you need it most.
“When you’re not feeling well or are in pain, quick care is necessary, but, in many cases, the emergency room isn’t a quick option,” he explained. “QMG Now is here to treat patients for illness or injury. Our team has been here for many years treating patients of the community, and we look forward to continuing that care for patients in the area.”
Dr. Wallace added that comfort and convenience is important when it comes to healthcare, so QMG Now has enhanced the care experience to meet the needs of patients today, including offering Telehealth, or virtual visits and car waiting, which allow patients to check-in from their vehicles and be brought directly to an exam room.
“We want our patients to be seen quickly any way that they feel comfortable. Our additional accommodations of car waiting and Telehealth provided added convenience to our patients,” he noted.