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Injuries and Illness happen when people are busy making plans.
People don’t plan to be sick or get injured, but when your busy plans get interrupted, Cadillac Urgent Care uses ZipPass which allows you to “check-in online” and minimize your waiting time.
Our patients are talking
At Cadillac Urgent Care, we strive to put our patients first and provide them with excellent and compassionate care. Read our testimonials from some of our actual patients. We invite you to experience the difference at Cadillac Urgent Care.
"Staff was friendly, fast, and answered all of our questions.”
"We came in on a Saturday and was treated with fast, prompt service. Very friendly and professional staff."
"We were recently at Cadillac Urgent Care on a Saturday afternoon. I decided to try and cut my finger off. Luck for us-no waiting. Dr. Don sutured me up and I was on my way home in less than 1/2 hour.”
Welcome to our Community Interactive Page!
Cadillac Urgent Care is devoted to our patients and we invest into the local communities and organizations. This page highlights are community involvement. We invite your comments and suggestions. Please leave your comments by clicking on the link below. Unless you tell us otherwise, you agree that by filling out the form you grant Cadillac Urgent Care permission to use your comments on the website.
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Cadillac Urgent Care supports our first responders! Enter our contest to win free tickets to a County Music concert with SYLVIA on Friday December 7, 2018 by filling out the contact form above. The drawing will be held on November 16, and winners will be notified by email.
Cadillac Urgent Care partnered with the local 4H on August 16, 2018 in support of Wyatt and Emmy who raised two outstanding pigs. Dr. Moores and Office Manager Sandy were present at the Fair. Kudos to both Wyatt and Emmy for your hard work.
In July 2018 Cadillac Urgent Care provided free sports physicals to 271 students from multiple schools and communities. In exchange for the free sports physical, each student athlete was required to bring a non-perishable food item with them which were donated to the King’s Storehouse food panty in Cadillac.