If you need help with an injury or illness but want to avoid the cost, stress, and hassle of going to the emergency room, choose another option instead. Come to Total Access Urgent Care, where we strive with every patient we treat to get you in and out within one hour. We have a team of board certified doctors who are well-versed in emergency medicine, and with our services and equipment we are the equivalent of a low acuity emergency department. The difference is that we provide a relaxed and comfortable atmosphere: for example, we have large flat screens with cable TV in each room and free Wi-Fi internet access so that you can get work done while you are here. We even have a pharmacy service so that you can usually go straight home with the medicine you need.
Our medical staff has many years of experience, making us well prepared to treat any of a wide range of common illnesses and injuries. In addition, we have a full array of diagnostic equipment including CT scans, ultrasound and even digital X-rays. If you need an ultrasound, please visit any location to be evaluated by a board certified provider. Once evaluated, TAUC will schedule your ultrasound at the Webster Groves/Rock Hill location. We offer immunizations and drug and alcohol testing, as well as physical examinations for various purposes including school physicals, sports physicals, pre-employment physicals and annual physicals. At our urgent care in Wildwood you can receive all the services you expect from your neighborhood, family provider, as well as nearly anything you could want from an emergency room. In fact, the only time we send a patient to the hospital is when the individual actually needs to be admitted.
You can come into Total Access Urgent Care on a walk-in basis — no appointment is necessary. In fact, you can even get the process started now by checking in on this website, providing us with your basic personal information and insurance details. We are conveniently located near I-64 at 12616 Lamplighter Square, St Louis. 63128. We can assist with the various types of common diseases listed by the Saint Louis County Health Department, which include campylobacter, chickenpox, cryptosporidiosis, E. coli, giardiasis, hepatitis A, hepatitis B, hepatitis C, measles, viral meningitis, meningococcal disease, norovirus, pertussis, rabies, salmonellosis, scabies, shiga-toxin, shigellosis, shingles, tuberculosis and yersiniosis. Our doctors also frequently provide treatments including starting IVs, suturing lacerations, reducing and splinting minor fractures and dislocations, draining abscesses and others. Come to us for help as soon as you need it. We serve patients who have insurance as well as those who are uninsured, and we look forward to seeing you in our office.