qtq80-UortQj

Mission Statement

Lakewood & North Olmsted Urgent Cares are dedicated to providing quality, convenient, and accessible personalized evidence-based care for all of its patients. Professionalism, integrity and a positive atmosphere can be expected for all of our employees, physicians, patients, and companies we work with.

Nicolas A. Young, D.O., Medical Director

Dr. Nicolas Young, Medical Director of the North Olmsted Urgent Care, is Board Certified in Family Medicine. An Ohio native, he graduated from the Ohio University Medical School and completed his Family Medicine Residency at St. John Westshore Hospital in Westlake, Ohio.

Why Urgent Care?

Urgent Care presents Better Value than the ER – emergency room costs are higher than the cost for the same level of quality care received at an urgent care.

Urgent Care Saves Time – emergency room triages emergency conditions to the top of the list of patients needed to be seen. Hence, if one requires medical attention at the ER and the issue is not life threatening, it could take three hours or longer before one is seen by a doctor. At NOUC, our door to door time is less than one hour.

Urgent Care means Lower Co-Payments – many insurance companies categorize urgent care facilities as primary care facilities. It means that patient co-payments may be substantially lower than the ones for the ER.

Urgent Care doesn’t charge a Facility Fee – North Olmsted Urgent Care doesn’t bill your insurance company a physician service fee and a facility fee. The lower the fee, the lower out of pocket expense incurred by the patient.

Insurances Accepted

Insurances are accepted by both Lakewood & North Olmsted Urgent Cares include, but are not limited to:

Anthem
Aetna
Buckeye
Bureau of Workers’ Compensation
Caresource
Cigna
Emerald
HealthSmart
Medicaid

Medicare
Railroad Medicare
Medical Mutual of Ohio
Molina
Paramount
Tricare
United Healthcare
Wellcare