Doctors Urgent Care

Services

Doctors Urgent Care is a full-service clinic providing care at your convenience. Staffed by emergency room physicians and advanced nurse practitioners. No appointment is necessary. Walk-in only. We are your solution, when the ER is not the answer. New Patient paperwork is available on our Forms page to get you better, faster. We are open 7 days a week, 9AM to 6PM.

Below is a list of some of the most common ailments Doctors Urgent Care treats and evaluates. If you have any questions, please feel free to call us at (985) 690-8300 from 9am to 6pm, 7-days a week. 

Our providers can see any age, from newborns to geriatric. The clinic has a full-laboratory, X-ray, EKG, Nebulizer Breathing Treatments and IV Therapy available on-site.

Abdominal Pain
Abrasions
Abscesses
Allergy Relief
Animal Bites
Asthma
Basic Surgery Clearance
Bites
Breathing Treatments (Nebulizer)
Broken Bones
Bronchitis
Burns
Casts/Splints
CDL Renewal Physical
Colds
Concussions
Cough
Cuts
Ear Infections
EKG
Fever
Flu
FMLA Paperwork
Gout Relief
Head Injuries (Minor)
Headaches/Migraines
Hip Pain
Lyme Disease Testing
Meningitis
Mononucleosis (Mono)
Physicals (Sports/School)
Post-Accident
Puncture Wounds
Rashes
Respiratory Infections
RSV (Respiratory Syncytial Virus)
Smoking/Vaping
STD Testing
Strep Throat
Sunburns
TB Screening
Tetanus
Urinary Tract Infections (UTI)
Vaccines
X-Rays (On-Site)

 

Coronavirus or COVID-19 or SARS-CoV-2 Testing

The clinic now offers the 15-Minute Antigen test, the Serological Antibody Test. as well as the PCR Swab for ANY individual who may have been exposed to the virus, had COVID-19 symptoms or are currently having symptoms. The testing is done with an evaluation from our Medical Providers. No Referrals Needed.
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Abdominal Pain

Abdominal or stomach pain can be caused by many conditions including cramps, food poisoning, heartburn, indigestion or something more serious.
Read more >>

Abrasions

An Abrasion, often called a graze or scrape, is a type of open wound on an area of your body that sustained damage from scraping or other trauma.
Read more >>

Abscesses (Boils)

An abscess of the skin is a tender area that may be surrounded with pink or red coloring. Most are caused by infections around a hair follicle and contain pus, bacteria or debris.
Read more >>

Accidents Work/Car/MVA

If you are injured on the job and need to qualify for workers' comp benefits, the clinic can treat and work with Workman's Compensation Claims for you and your business. If you are involved in a minor motor vehicle accident or MVA, you may want to be seen for x-rays and a check-up by our Medical Providers.
Read more >>

Allergy

Allergies can be due to seasonal conditions, such as pollen or animal fur, medication reactions, foods or dust.
Read more >>

Asthma

Asthma is a condition in which your airways narrow, swell and produce extra mucus making it hard to breathe or catch a breath.
Read more >>

Basic Surgery Clearance

A basic surgery clearance is when a surgeon requests an exam from an assessing physician before performing surgery on a patient.
Read more >>

Bites

Animal,Human or Insect bites and scratches that break the skin can sometimes cause infection.
Read more >>

Breathing Treatments (Nebulizers)

Nebulizers are effective in delivering asthma medications to small children and to anyone who has difficulty using an asthma inhaler.
Read more >>

Broken Bones & More

Doctors Urgent Care performs x-rays on site, in addition our team reads them and treats fractures, strains and sprains.
Read more >>

Bronchitis

Bronchitis is inflammation to the airways leading to your lungs. It can result in coughing, congestion, mucus production and shortness of breath.
Read more >>

Burns

Burns are skin or tissue damage that occur from heat, exposure to too much sunlight, radiation, chemicals or electrical contact. They can be minor or life-threatening emergencies depending on various factors. Burns are classified as three different types: First Degree, Second Degree and Third Degree.
Read more >>

Cast/Splints

Casts, splints, slings or braces may be used to help immobilize a broken bone or strained/sprained extremity until a specialist can be seen.
Read more >>

DOT/CDL Physicals

Medical Certification for DOT Commercial Driver's License Physicals can be performed 7 days a week in the clinic by any of our Nationally Registered Providers.
Read more >>

Colds

The common cold is an upper respiratory tract infection transmitted by airborne droplets or direct contact with infected secretions.
Read more >>

Concussions

A concussion is a violent jarring, contusion or shaking that results in a disturbance of brain function or a mild traumatic brain injury (TBI).
Read more >>

Cough

Coughing can be caused by several factors, including bronchitis, colds, allergies or reflux.
Read more >>

Cuts/Lacerations

A cut is a deep tear in skin or flesh. A cut is usually a wound caused by a sharp object. The term laceration implies a torn or jagged wound. Stitches or sutures may be necessary to properly close the wound.
Read more >>

Ear Infections/Clogged Ears

An ear infection can occur when a bacterial or virus affects your ear and can be painful due to infection or fluid build up.
Read more >>

EKGs

An electrocardiogram or EKG, is a diagnostic test to help our doctors measure the electrical activity of your heartbeat and make sure there are no abnormalities.
Read more >>

Fever

Fever is when your body temperature goes above the normal range of 98-100° Fahrenheit.
Read more >>

Flu

The seasonal Flu is an infectious disease caused by an influenza virus. There are many types of flu as well as ones that look like flu but may be caused by a different infection. The clinic tests for Flu A and B, and many other common diseases.
Read more >>

FMLA Paperwork

FMLA or Family Medical Leave Act labor law requires covered employers to give employees a job-protected and unpaid leave for qualified medical and family reasons.
Read more >>

Gout Relief

Gout is a form of inflammatory arthritis that develops in some people who have high levels of uric acid in the blood.
Read more >>

Headaches/Migraines

A headache is pain in any area of your head. Headaches may be a sharp pain, throbbing or dull ache. A migraine differs by causing not only headache symptoms, but may include light sensitivity, nausea, vomiting or visual disturbances.
Read more >>

Lyme Disease Testing

Lyme disease is usually caused by a bite from a deer tick. Our full laboratory can perform a blood test for antibodies to the bacteria for the diagnosis of Lyme disease.
Read more >>

Meningitis

Meningitis is an swelling of the membranes surrounding your brain and spiral cord. It is extremely serious
in adults and especially babies and children. Medical attention should be sought as soon as possible.
Read more >>

Mono or Mononucleosis

Mono or Mononucleosis is sometimes referred to as the "Kissing Disease" because it is contracted through kissing or sharing food, drinks, silverware or through droplet infection.
Read more >>

Nausea Vomiting

Nausea is an uneasiness of the stomach that often comes before vomiting. Vomiting is the forcible voluntary or involuntary emptying (throwing up) of stomach contents through the mouth.
Read more >>

Rashes/Dermatitis

Rashes, skin irritation, hives, eczema, ringworm, jock itch are all names for a medical condition known as Dermatitis.
Read more >>

Respiratory Infections

Respiratory Infections due to Colds, Flu, Pneumonia, Bronchitis or other conditions are commonly treated at Doctors Urgent Care in Slidell
Read more >>

RSV (Children 5 & under)

RSV or Respiratory Syncytial Virus is a common, very contagious virus that can cause infection in the lungs of babies and young children.
Read more >>

School/Sports/Camp Physicals

St Tammany Parish schools, colleges and universities require a physical prior to enrollment in sports and other extracurricular activities. Doctors Urgent Care offers quick, affordable, walk-in, no-appointment needed school physicals.
Read more >>

Sinus Infections

Common issues include infections, congestion and drainage.
Read more >>

Smoking-Vaping

If you smoke or vape, quitting is the most important step you can take to protect your lungs.
Read more >>

STD Screenings

20 Million STD infections occur every year, according to estimates from the CDC. If you've been sexually active, it's a good idea to get tested.
Read more >>

Strep Throat

Strep Throat is a contagious infection of the throat and tonsils. Caused by a bacteria, it spreads easily, requires a medical diagnosis and often lab tests to confirm. With evaluation and treatment, strep is short-term and usually resolves within a few days to a few weeks.
Read more >>

TB or Tuberculosis Screening

TB or Tuberculosis is a serious bacterial infection that can compromise your lungs. Two kinds of tests are used for screening TB.
Read more >>

Tetanus

Tetanus or sometimes called, lockjaw, is a serious infection caused by bacteria which affects the brain and nervous system leading to stiffness in the muscles.
Read more >>

UTI or Urinary Tract Infection

UTI or Urinary Tract Infections are a common problem, especially but not limited to, women.
Read more >>

Vaccines

A vaccine is one of the most effective ways to prevent disease. Vaccines help your body's immune system to recognize and fight common infections that can be spread to communities, such as the seasonal flu. Travel vaccines are strongly encouraged by the CDC, if you're traveling internationally.
Read more >>

X-Rays (On-Site)

An x-ray can give our doctors a digital image to help check for injuries like fractures or broken bones, as well as lung infections, such as pneumonia or bronchitis.
Read more >>

Coronavirus or COVID-19 or SARS-CoV-2 Testing

The clinic now offers the 15-Minute Antigen test, the Serological Antibody Test. as well as the PCR Swab for ANY individual who may have been exposed to the virus, had COVID-19 symptoms or are currently having symptoms. The testing is done with an evaluation from our Medical Providers. No Referrals Needed.
Read more >>

Abdominal Pain

Abdominal or stomach pain can be caused by many conditions including cramps, food poisoning, heartburn, indigestion or something more serious.
Read more >>

Abrasions

An Abrasion, often called a graze or scrape, is a type of open wound on an area of your body that sustained damage from scraping or other trauma.
Read more >>

Abscesses (Boils)

An abscess of the skin is a tender area that may be surrounded with pink or red coloring. Most are caused by infections around a hair follicle and contain pus, bacteria or debris.
Read more >>

Accidents Work/Car/MVA

If you are injured on the job and need to qualify for workers' comp benefits, the clinic can treat and work with Workman's Compensation Claims for you and your business. If you are involved in a minor motor vehicle accident or MVA, you may want to be seen for x-rays and a check-up by our Medical Providers.
Read more >>

Allergy

Allergies can be due to seasonal conditions, such as pollen or animal fur, medication reactions, foods or dust.
Read more >>

Asthma

Asthma is a condition in which your airways narrow, swell and produce extra mucus making it hard to breathe or catch a breath.
Read more >>

Basic Surgery Clearance

A basic surgery clearance is when a surgeon requests an exam from an assessing physician before performing surgery on a patient.
Read more >>

Bites

Animal,Human or Insect bites and scratches that break the skin can sometimes cause infection.
Read more >>

Breathing Treatments (Nebulizers)

Nebulizers are effective in delivering asthma medications to small children and to anyone who has difficulty using an asthma inhaler.
Read more >>

Broken Bones & More

Doctors Urgent Care performs x-rays on site, in addition our team reads them and treats fractures, strains and sprains.
Read more >>

Bronchitis

Bronchitis is inflammation to the airways leading to your lungs. It can result in coughing, congestion, mucus production and shortness of breath.
Read more >>

Burns

Burns are skin or tissue damage that occur from heat, exposure to too much sunlight, radiation, chemicals or electrical contact. They can be minor or life-threatening emergencies depending on various factors. Burns are classified as three different types: First Degree, Second Degree and Third Degree.
Read more >>

Cast/Splints

Casts, splints, slings or braces may be used to help immobilize a broken bone or strained/sprained extremity until a specialist can be seen.
Read more >>

DOT/CDL Physicals

Medical Certification for DOT Commercial Driver's License Physicals can be performed 7 days a week in the clinic by any of our Nationally Registered Providers.
Read more >>

Colds

The common cold is an upper respiratory tract infection transmitted by airborne droplets or direct contact with infected secretions.
Read more >>

Concussions

A concussion is a violent jarring, contusion or shaking that results in a disturbance of brain function or a mild traumatic brain injury (TBI).
Read more >>

Cough

Coughing can be caused by several factors, including bronchitis, colds, allergies or reflux.
Read more >>

Cuts/Lacerations

A cut is a deep tear in skin or flesh. A cut is usually a wound caused by a sharp object. The term laceration implies a torn or jagged wound. Stitches or sutures may be necessary to properly close the wound.
Read more >>

Ear Infections/Clogged Ears

An ear infection can occur when a bacterial or virus affects your ear and can be painful due to infection or fluid build up.
Read more >>

EKGs

An electrocardiogram or EKG, is a diagnostic test to help our doctors measure the electrical activity of your heartbeat and make sure there are no abnormalities.
Read more >>

Fever

Fever is when your body temperature goes above the normal range of 98-100° Fahrenheit.
Read more >>

Flu

The seasonal Flu is an infectious disease caused by an influenza virus. There are many types of flu as well as ones that look like flu but may be caused by a different infection. The clinic tests for Flu A and B, and many other common diseases.
Read more >>

FMLA Paperwork

FMLA or Family Medical Leave Act labor law requires covered employers to give employees a job-protected and unpaid leave for qualified medical and family reasons.
Read more >>

Gout Relief

Gout is a form of inflammatory arthritis that develops in some people who have high levels of uric acid in the blood.
Read more >>

Headaches/Migraines

A headache is pain in any area of your head. Headaches may be a sharp pain, throbbing or dull ache. A migraine differs by causing not only headache symptoms, but may include light sensitivity, nausea, vomiting or visual disturbances.
Read more >>

Lyme Disease Testing

Lyme disease is usually caused by a bite from a deer tick. Our full laboratory can perform a blood test for antibodies to the bacteria for the diagnosis of Lyme disease.
Read more >>

Meningitis

Meningitis is an swelling of the membranes surrounding your brain and spiral cord. It is extremely serious
in adults and especially babies and children. Medical attention should be sought as soon as possible.
Read more >>

Mono or Mononucleosis

Mono or Mononucleosis is sometimes referred to as the "Kissing Disease" because it is contracted through kissing or sharing food, drinks, silverware or through droplet infection.
Read more >>

Nausea Vomiting

Nausea is an uneasiness of the stomach that often comes before vomiting. Vomiting is the forcible voluntary or involuntary emptying (throwing up) of stomach contents through the mouth.
Read more >>

Rashes/Dermatitis

Rashes, skin irritation, hives, eczema, ringworm, jock itch are all names for a medical condition known as Dermatitis.
Read more >>

Respiratory Infections

Respiratory Infections due to Colds, Flu, Pneumonia, Bronchitis or other conditions are commonly treated at Doctors Urgent Care in Slidell
Read more >>

RSV (Children 5 & under)

RSV or Respiratory Syncytial Virus is a common, very contagious virus that can cause infection in the lungs of babies and young children.
Read more >>

School/Sports/Camp Physicals

St Tammany Parish schools, colleges and universities require a physical prior to enrollment in sports and other extracurricular activities. Doctors Urgent Care offers quick, affordable, walk-in, no-appointment needed school physicals.
Read more >>

Sinus Infections

Common issues include infections, congestion and drainage.
Read more >>

Smoking-Vaping

If you smoke or vape, quitting is the most important step you can take to protect your lungs.
Read more >>

STD Screenings

20 Million STD infections occur every year, according to estimates from the CDC. If you've been sexually active, it's a good idea to get tested.
Read more >>

Strep Throat

Strep Throat is a contagious infection of the throat and tonsils. Caused by a bacteria, it spreads easily, requires a medical diagnosis and often lab tests to confirm. With evaluation and treatment, strep is short-term and usually resolves within a few days to a few weeks.
Read more >>

TB or Tuberculosis Screening

TB or Tuberculosis is a serious bacterial infection that can compromise your lungs. Two kinds of tests are used for screening TB.
Read more >>

Tetanus

Tetanus or sometimes called, lockjaw, is a serious infection caused by bacteria which affects the brain and nervous system leading to stiffness in the muscles.
Read more >>

UTI or Urinary Tract Infection

UTI or Urinary Tract Infections are a common problem, especially but not limited to, women.
Read more >>

Vaccines

A vaccine is one of the most effective ways to prevent disease. Vaccines help your body's immune system to recognize and fight common infections that can be spread to communities, such as the seasonal flu. Travel vaccines are strongly encouraged by the CDC, if you're traveling internationally.
Read more >>

X-Rays (On-Site)

An x-ray can give our doctors a digital image to help check for injuries like fractures or broken bones, as well as lung infections, such as pneumonia or bronchitis.
Read more >>