Imaging & Other Medical Needs
Quick and Cost-Effective Imaging Services at Bayside Urgent Care
Whether you have a broken bone or a kidney stone, you should never wait to seek help. When you have an injury, you need a medical provider that can diagnose it and provide you with the best treatment right away. At Bayside Urgent Care, we provide patients with urgent care imaging, as well as other medical services to diagnose a wide range of illnesses and injuries.
We're open seven days a week, Monday to Friday, from 8 am to 8 pm, and Saturday and Sunday, from 9 am to 6 pm. We're always accepting new patients, and no appointments are necessary.
What Types of Imaging Services Does Bayside Urgent Care Offer?
Our state-of-the-art urgent care center is equipped with x-ray equipment that helps us provide fast and accurate diagnostics.
If your injury requires a CT or MRI scan, we will refer you to a preferred testing site.
What to Bring When You Visit Bayside Urgent Care
To get the most out of your visit, and to help our medical team, be sure to bring:
- A list of your medications, vitamins, and supplements along with dosages
- Information about past surgeries and illnesses
- Dates of screening examinations and vaccinations
- Your primary care doctor's address and phone number in case we need to transfer records
- Any questions or concerns you want to talk over with our team
After your visit, we'll give you a treatment plan
We will also send details of your visit and evaluation to your primary care doctor. This will keep your doctor apprised of treatments and diagnostic results. It will also ensure you receive the necessary follow-up care.
Does Bayside Urgent Care Accept Insurance?
We accept several major insurance providers, including Medicare. If you prefer to pay out-of-pocket, we offer flexible and affordable payment plans.
Choose Bayside Urgent Care for Your Medical Needs
Our center is in Clearwater, Florida, conveniently located to Largo, Belleair, Dunedin, and Indian Rocks Beach. If you need imaging services or have other medical needs, visit our office or call us today.
*Urgent care is not a substitute for emergency care. Always head to the nearest emergency room or call 911 if you are experiencing very serious or life-threatening problems. Read What is Urgent Care for more information.