COVID-19 Antibody Testing & Nasal Swab Testing
We now have COVID-19 Antibody Testing Available at all four locations. This test can tell you if you have previously have been exposed to the virus.
We also can now provide Nasal Swab testing for COVID-19 which can tell you if you have the virus now.
Are There Any Out of Pocket Costs for COVID Testing?
If we are contracted with your insurance, there is no out of pocket expenses for the actual COVID-19 visit and lab test at this time. We are contracted with most insurance carriers.
If you do not have insurance, our cash pay price is $178.00 for the office visit and the collection of the COVID swab lab test.
MED7 Now Offers Telemedicine Appointments
We are now offering telemedicine appointments. Please call on of our offices to set up a virtual visit with one of our MED7 doctors or physician assistants. Stay healthy, stay safe.
Your Care Is Our Concern
No appointments Required
Urgent Care Clinic Serving Sacramento, CA
MED7 ® Urgent Care offers quality urgent care for the following communities.
Quality Medical Care 7 Days A Week Including Weekends And Holidays
Urgent Care For You
We are proud to offer the following at all our locations:
Urgent Care Clinic Serving Sacramento, CA
Whether your needs are immediate or your company needs pre-employment testing services, MED7 ® emergency clinic is here to help.
Urgent Care, Minor Trauma, & Post-Accident
General Medical Care
Physicals – Basic Sports, DOT, Pre-Employment
Drug & Alcohol Testing
CLIA Waived Laboratories on Site
EKG, Pulmonary Function, Pulse Oximeter
Pharmacy and Refill Services
X-Ray Services on Site
How MED7 ® Urgent Care Center Fulfilled a Public Need in Sacramento
A Tired ER Doctor...
In night-time Vancouver, Washington...
Was finally able to enter the treatment room where a crying child and her anxious mother had been waiting since 5PM. Both the patient and the parent were clearly upset.
The pain in the child’s ear had worsened. And the worried mother’s eyes showed fatigue from failed attempts to comfort her daughter. The doctor gently examined the child, and then assured the mother there was no danger. They would attend to the child’s pain.
There had been a steady stream of serious injuries and illnesses arriving at the Hospital ER that night: a heart attack, car accident victims, and a seizure. Life and death situations always take priority over non-life threatening situations. This didn’t make the child’s pain any less real nor did it make the mother’s concern any less urgent. Patients had little choice after hours and on weekends for their urgent medical needs.
So the mother and her daughter anxiously waited and watched the more serious cases being ushered into treatment rooms ahead of them.
There Had to Be A Better Way
That night, the child and her mother made a lasting impression on the doctor who treated them.
This was a common occurrence in the Vancouver ER during 1979, and other ERs across the country. But that night, the child and her mother made a lasting impression on the doctor who treated them. And it motivated him to seek a change. He and a handful of other like-minded doctors recognized that there had to be a better way.
It was a fact that emergency clinic rooms were staffed and equipped to handle emergencies, yet more and more patients arrived needing immediate care but not life-threatening problems. This forward-thinking groups of ER doctors opened their first urgent care medical clinic in the country. Patients were able to walk-in and receive immediate quality urgent care at a fraction of the cost. And urgent care needs were met in a non life-threatening environment.
MED7 ® Is Born
30 Years of service...
In 1980, Dr. Merl O’Brien, a member of this ER group, moved to Northern California. He then took the first steps to duplicate this new vision for urgent care facilities for the Sacramento area, and started what eventually became the MED7 ® Urgent Care centers. With little support and no funding, a dedicated staff worked six days a week for little and sometimes no pay. The seventh day the clinic was closed so Dr. O’Brien could work a 24 hour shift in the ER to help pay the bills.
It was little surprise, but also a great relief, that patients liked the concept. And the clinic became a success. In fact, it grew so much that Dr. O’Brien’s brother, Dale O’Brien, joined the MED7 ® team. And by 1982, they were already searching for a second location.
After more than 30 years, MED7 ® has since grown to four locations serving Sacramento, Roseville, Carmichael, and Folsom. It’s grown large enough to service the communities of the Sacramento area while remaining small enough to assure the quality of care initially established by Dr. O’Brien’s vision.