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In person, urgent care.

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Video or chat with a provider

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Location Services

Same-day Appointments
Virtual Visit
Walk-ins welcome
Onsite Lab
Onsite Xray
Insurance Accepted
Self Pay Accepted
DOT Physicals

Hours of Operation

Normal business hours 8:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m | Every Day
Virtual Visits available until 9pm!
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Oklahoma City




First Med // Oklahoma City

13420 N Pennsylvania Ave

Oklahoma City, OK 73120


P. 405.759-4300

F. 405.478.5218

E. contact@firstmed.health

Insurance Accepted

Conditions Treated

Know Where to Go

More than half of emergency room visits are for non-emergency situations. Here’s a guide to help you know where to go.

What is Urgent Care?

Urgent Care is a service designed for immediate medical attention and treatment. Urgent Care services cover variety of non-life-threatening conditions and other general medical needs that arise in unforeseen situations.

Visit First Med for non-life threatening but time-sensitive conditions or injuries

Average Visit Time: > .5 Hour(s)
Average Cost: $120

Common Conditions For Urgent Care Treatment
Musculoskeletal Injuries
Onsite X-ray
Physicals - Sports/DOT
Lacerations/Skin Care Conditions
Motor Vehicle Injury Care
Urinary/Gynecological Infections
Workers’ Comp Injuries
GI Issues

What is Emergency Care?

Emergency care includes those medical services required for the immediate diagnosis and treatment of medical conditions which, if not immediately diagnosed and treated, could lead to serious disability or life-threatening circumstances.

For emergency conditions immediately call 911 or visit your nearest Emergency Room

Average Visit Time: > 3 Hour
Average Cost: $1,000

Common Conditions For ER Treatment
Chest Pain or Pressure
Severe Abdominal Pain
Coughing/Vomiting Blood
Severe Bleeding
Drug Overdose/Poisoning
Severe Head/Spinal Injury
Loss of Vision
Pregnancy-related issues