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urgent care services
Urgent
Care
services
  • Acute & Chronic Illness
  • Laceration Repair
  • Fractures and Sprains
  • Osteopathic Manipulation
  • more urgent care
    primary care services
    Primary
    Care
    Services
  • Grand River Family Care
  • OPEN Mon-Thurs 8am - 5pm
  • CLOSED Fri & Weekends
  • PHONE: (517) 339-2116
  • more primary care

    About Okemos RediCare™

    Committed to providing Quick, Convenient, Quality Care to the communities of Okemos and Lansing for over 30 years.

    RediCare™ handles urgent and primary care needs. Patients are seen on a walk-in basis, first come, first served unless there is an extremely urgent problem.

    RediCare™ offers pagers to patients who would prefer not to wait in the patient waiting area. If we are busy, just ask the receptionist and we will provide a pager that enables you to go to lunch, run errands or return home. We will notify you when we are available to see you, allowing you to utilize your time how you see fit.

    We recently moved to our new location in Okemos. Come see our new, comfortable and clean reception area, fireplace, and exam rooms, all with free WiFi and large screen, satellite televisions.

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    Fall Sports Physicals
    No Appointment Needed

    • mhsaa sports physical
      Every participant on a school sports team is required to complete a Sports Physical using the official MHSAA form. Click on the link below, select the 2 Page Physical Card / Medical History Form and come on in to RediCare™.
    MHSAA Forms

    Urgent Care vs ER

    NOTE: It is highly recommended to visit an EMERGENCY ROOM rather than an urgent care center if you are experiencing the following:

    • Chest pressure, fullness, or squeezing
    • Sudden or severe pain
    • Stroke
    • A severe head injury
    • Other major life-threatening trauma

    COMMON REASONS to Visit RediCare™:

    • A sprained ankle
    • Ear infections
    • Fever or flu-like symptoms
    • Allergic reactions
    • Minor burns or injuries
    • Broken bones
    • Coughs, colds and sore throats
    • Animal bites
    • Minor Illnesses