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Urgent Care

Urgent care is for non-life-threatening conditions where treatment is needed quickly. Dooper provides smart,
hassle-free urgent care when it matters most.

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Urgent Care Services

Experience quick and convenient urgent care services with us

Urgent Care Services

Rapid comprehensive urgent medical treatment

Point-of-care Testing

We bring advanced equipment to check your 21 vitals at home

Integrated Care

Tech based healthcare approach

Skilled Medical Staff

Expert healthcare professionals

Why should you choose Dooper Urgent Care?


Immediate Attention

Rest assured with superfast service


Cost Effective

Affordable alternative to Emergency Room


Home Comfort

Assistance at your doorstep


Access to Dooper network

Wide range of medical services


Skilled Team

Skilled and experienced staff



 Convenient extended hours available

Best Doctors Network

We have a network of renowned doctors who are the best and most experienced. With their expertise and dedication, we ensure excellent medical care and exceptional outcomes for our patients.

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  • When should I go to urgent care?
    You should visit urgent care when you have an illness or injury that requires prompt attention but is not life-threatening. Examples include sprains, cuts, and urinary tract infections.
  • Can urgent care refill my medication?
    Yes they can. Depending upon the type of medication and the last time it was refilled, your doctors will discuss options available for a refill, new medication or connecting you with a primary care provider.
  • What kind of tests can urgent care perform with same day results?
    There are a variety of tests available such as flu, strep throat, and COVID. If you are experiencing pain with urination or STI symptoms the urgent can help with those as well.
  • When should I go to urgent care vs emergency care?
    Urgent care can provide care for mild symptoms such as fever, cough, vomiting or diarrhea and injuries such as a cut, sprains/strains or broken bones. If you are experiencing the onset of severe pain or symptoms such as difficulty breathing, chest, abdominal pain or stroke like symptoms go for the emergency care.
  • When should I see urgent care vs primary care?
    If you are experiencing a mild illness such as a fever, cough, sore throat or sustained an injury that is need of immediate attention you should go to urgent care. See a primary care provider to gain insight into your overall health status, discuss preventive screenings based on your family history and age, and monitor chronic conditions.
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