Urgent Care Specialist

Fremont Urgent Care Center -  - Urgent Care & Industrial Medicine Center

Fremont Urgent Care Center

Urgent Care & Industrial Medicine Center located in Fremont, CA

When you’re struck by a minor illness or injury, the Fremont Urgent Care Center saves you the hassle of arranging doctor’s appointments and enduring emergency room wait times. John Giddens, MD, treats patients of all ages on a walk-in basis at the Fremont, California, clinic. From minor wounds to bone fractures, the medical providers at Fremont Urgent Care Center are there to address your urgent care needs. If you have an issue that needs immediate medical attention, you don’t need an appointment to stop in at the center.

Urgent Care Q & A

Should I go to urgent care or the emergency room?

Urgent care is a great option if you have an illness or injury that needs to be treated right away but isn’t major or life-threatening. For example, if you’re not feeling well or you think you may have broken a finger, the medical providers at Fremont Urgent Care Center are well-equipped to help you.

When you have an immediate medical need, and your doctor doesn’t have any appointment openings, you may wonder if you should go to urgent care or the emergency room. The ER is equipped to provide more serious medical attention, so the more severe your injury, the more likely it is that you should go to the ER.

If you have a life-threatening illness or injury, go straight to the ER or call 911 based on the circumstances. Anytime you need medical assistance outside of urgent care business hours, and you can’t wait until the next day, you can also go to the ER.

If you’re unsure where to go, you can always contact Fremont Urgent Care for recommendations. Always call 911 in an emergency.

What kinds of urgent care needs can you address?

Fremont Urgent Care Center sees a lot of patients with minor scrapes and bruises and seasonal illnesses. They can provide a doctor’s slip when employers or schools require one for absenteeism. Come in if you’re experiencing any of the following:

  • Fractures, sprains, and strains
  • Cold and flu
  • Pneumonia
  • Earache
  • Rash
  • Abdominal pain
  • Diarrhea
  • Sore throat
  • Occupational or industrial injury
  • Infection
  • Fever
  • Headache

Fremont Urgent Care Center provides both pediatric and adult care so that you can bring the kids, too. The clinic offers on-site X-rays and lab work, so you don’t have to make multiple trips.

What should I do after going to urgent care?

The medical providers of Fremont Urgent Care Center will provide care instructions following treatment. For proper recovery, follow all the guidelines he provides. If necessary, he may also provide a prescription for medication, which you should take as directed.

In many cases, the medical providers at Fremont Urgent Care Center recommend that you follow up with them or your primary care doctor. Be sure to call your doctor promptly to set up your follow-up appointment.

If you need urgent care services in the greater East Bay area, stop in at Fremont Urgent Care Center. They take patients on a walk-in basis.

Occupational Medicine

• New Hire Exams

DOT Driver Exams

• Police and Fire Exams

• Return to Work / Fit for Duty

• Surveillance Physicals

       - Respirator

       - Hazardous Materials

       - ERT

Drug and Alcohol Testing

• Physical Ability Testing/Lift Tests

• Spirometry (lung capacity testing)

• Audiology (hearing)

• Vaccinations & TB Testing

• Laboratory


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Workers’ Compensation

• Injuries

      - Lacerations

      - Sprains and Strains

      - Simple Fractures

      - Repetitive Motion Injuries

      - Carpal Tunnel Syndrome

      - Slips, Trips and Falls

      - Foreign Body to the Eye

• Chemical Exposure

• Blood Borne Pathogen Exposure

• Infectious Disease Exposure

• Hearing Conservation Program Variances

• Physical Therapy


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Urgent Care


Physical Exams

DOT Driver Exams

Wellness Exams

• Vaccinations & TB Testing

• Lacerations

• Colds, Coughs & Flu

Sprains & Strains

• Urinary Tract Infections

• Skin Rashes

• Bronchitis or Sinus Infection

• Simple Fractures

• Burns

• Ear Infections

• Physical Therapy


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