MediQuick Urgent Care Center
When you have a less serious medical issue that doesn't require a trip our Emergency Department, you can get prompt, high-quality care at our MediQuick Urgent Care Center.
MediQuick has two convenient locations, one in East Meriden, right off Route 91, and another in Cheshire, right on Route 10. Our friendly, professional staff is ready to provide you with the quality care you need. There is always a physician on site, as well as a registered nurse, radiology technologist and support staff.
What MediQuick Can Treat
The experienced physicians and medical staff at MediQuick can provide treatment for a wide variety of minor illnesses and injuries, such as...
- Sore throat/cold/cough
- Pink eye
- Sinus pain
- Flu-like symptoms
- Minor burns/cuts/bruises (and suture removal)
- Back pain
- Minor sports injury
- Sprains and strains
- Bladder infections
- Sexually transmitted diseases
What MediQuick CANNOT Treat
If your problem is more serious than expected, and you require more extensive testing, the staff at MediQuick will facilitate your treatment at MidState Medical Center's Emergency Department on Lewis Avenue. However, please keep in mind that MediQuick does NOT treat the following conditions, so any patient with these symptoms should go to the emergency room for care.
- Loss of consciousness
- Fainting, sudden dizziness or weakness
- Changes in vision
- Trouble walking
- Severe shortness of breath
- Severe and sudden onset of pain
- Coughing up or vomiting blood
- Head injury
- Major bone break
- Suicidal thoughts and feelings
- CHEST PAIN
MediQuick Urgent Care - Meriden
61 Pomeroy Avenue
MediQuick Urgent Care in Meriden is open 7 days a week and holidays from 8:00 a.m. to 7:30 p.m. Call 203.694.5350 for more information. Or, visit us at 61 Pomeroy Avenue in Meriden.
MediQuick Urgent Care - Cheshire
680 South Main Street
MediQuick Urgent Care in Cheshire is open 7 days a week and holidays from 8:00 a.m. to 7:30 p.m. Call 203.694.6700 for more information. Or, visit us at 680 South Main Street in Cheshire.
Remember! Symptoms such as chest pain or shortness of breath may indicate a life-threatening condition. Call 9-1-1 immediately.