Walk-in Urgent Care Center
Orange Regional Medical Group located at 707 E Main St, in Middletown, New York has been awarded the Certified Urgent Care Center Category 2 designation by the Urgent Care Association of America (UCAOA). Orange Regional Medical Group Urgent Care center is part of a select few around the country that have met all of UCAOA’s nationally-standardized criteria.
Urgent Care in Middletown, NY
Our Urgent Care at Orange Regional Medical Center is set up to assist our patients with various injuries or illnesses that, though not life-threatening, require immediate professional medical attention.
Some symptoms and conditions in which you may consider our urgent care services include:
- Minor injuries such as sprains, broken fingers or toe
- Mild to moderate vomiting, diarrhea or dehydration
- Minor lacerations or cuts
- Allergic reactions or seasonal allergies
- Urinary Tract Infections (UTI)
- Eye irritation and redness
- Insect bites
- Nose bleeds
- Severe sore throat or cough
- Skin rashes and infections
- A fever not higher than 104 degrees
- Mild to moderate asthma
These issues could also be addressed by your primary care provider; however, in situations where your Primary Care physician’s office is closed or simply does not have available appointments, that’s where our Urgent Care is there for you. Though, there may still be some wait to be seen – unlike the emergency room, we are not treating life-threatening conditions and are better able to prioritize the treatment of our patients based upon the time of their arrival.
Urgent Care is not a substitute for emergency care.
When faced with sudden medical problems that necessitate immediate care, it can often be difficult to decipher what warrants a trip to the emergency room. In many cases, urgent care can be an appropriate solution to your medical needs, but please note that Urgent Care is not a substitute for emergency care. If your or a loved one’s condition can permanently impair or endanger life, please call 911 and/or go to the Emergency Department immediately.
Go to the Emergency Department (call 911) if you or a loved one:
- May be having a heart attack, stroke or seizure, or experience sudden loss of vision
- May be having a miscarriage
- Have experienced major injuries or wounds
- Has been involved in a high speed motor vehicle accident
- Has fallen from greater than 5 feet
- Are coughing up or vomiting blood
- Have severe abdominal pain or extreme vomiting
- Have severe shortness of breath or a severe asthma attack
- Are in Diabetic ketoacidosis
- Have sustained a significant head injury
- Have sustained a back injury and now cannot walk
- Have loss of bowel/bladder function
- Are experiencing suicidal or homicidal feelings
Proper care for these conditions and more will be provided at our Emergency Department. If you are experiencing a more mild or moderate injury or illness, please consider our urgent care services - as they will not only likely save you time in the waiting room and money, but will allow our Emergency Department staff to focus on saving lives from life-threatening conditions occurring in our community.
Still unsure where you should go to receive the most appropriate care for your needs?
View our Urgent Care vs. Emergency Room Symptom Checker Sheet!
Orange Regional Urgent Care Team
Led by Dr. Rona Heublum-Colton, Urgent Care Medical Director, and Board-certified in urgent care and internal medicine, and team of experts, we are offering fast, comprehensive and professional health care to our patients in need of immediate medical attention. Meet our Middletown Urgent Care team.
Nicholas Acierno, FNP-C
Joshua Blair, PA-C
Robert Hamilton, FNP
Mary Michalak, RPA-C
Lucy Palomino, DNP-C
Daniel Tarallo, PA-C
Jennifer Thornell, RPA-C
Preparing For Your Visit
Learn more about what you can expect from your visit to our Orange Regional Medical Group, what to bring, how to schedule an appointment, and more!