Hialeah Urgent Care Medical Center

915 West 49 Street,

Hialeah, FL 33012

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Phone : (305) 200 – 1225
Fax : (305) 200-1183
Hours :
Open 7 Days a Week: 9:00am – 8:00pm

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RiteCare Urgent Care Medical Center in Hialeah aims to provide a convenient and accessible healthcare center to residents in the Hialeah area. Our Urgent Care Center prides itself in providing affordable health services with excellent care in an efficient medical visit while ensuring our patients feel right at home.

We have made several expansions to our Urgent Care centers in order to cater to a wider variety of patients. Our Hialeah Urgent Care branch is available on a regular day-to-day basis and accepts walk-in appointments.

Effortless Appointments and Visits at Ritecare Medical Center, Hialeah

Quick appointments can be made in a timely and convenient manner through our website. There, you can state the reason for the visit, preferred time and date as well as additional notes to give our doctors, nurses, and technologists a clear overview of your case. Our patients can feel safe and secure, knowing they are in good hands with our entire staff of medical professionals.

Our Services Include:

  • Family Medicine
  • Chronic Care
  • Coordinated Care
  • Internal Medicine
  • Pediatrics

We also attend to the needs of our patients with the following concerns:

Back Injury
Bladder Infection
Cold & Flu
Minor Burn
Nausea & Vomiting
Sinus Infection
Sore Throat
Sprain & Strain
Among many others

RiteCare believes that every patient has the right to receive proper treatment and that affordable high-quality medical care should be within anyone’s reach even when insurance is not present or available. Our easy fee structure is able to help you save time and money with its transparent billing policy. From the start our patients have a clear overview on what to expect during their visit our our Hialeah urgent care center.

Qualities to look for in an Urgent Care Facility

Urgent care centers provide accessible medical care to patients whose medical conditions pose no immediate threat to life but require treatment within 24 hours.

The E.R. might be the first place that comes to your mind when you need medical treatments. But you have to remember that, if you are a non-emergency case, you will not be attended to right away because E.R. staff need to prioritize patients who are in a life-threatening situation.

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The best Urgent Care Centers can answer yes to the following questions:

Are you open during convenient hours?

When it comes to getting high-quality care, accessibility, convenience, and availability are very important. To serve the community better, Ritecare Urgent Care Medical Center is open from  9:00 am to 8:00 pm, 7 days a week.

Do you accept walk-in patients?

Not everything can be scheduled ahead of time, and this applies even to medical cases. We understand that for illnesses that happened unexpectedly, such as an ankle sprain or allergic reaction, setting an appointment with a medical care provider can delay treatment. For patients who need quick medical treatment or advice, we keep our doors open.

Can I make an online appointment?

You can easily save a spot for consultation with our doctors by setting an appointment online. You can agree on a convenient schedule that works for you and come by before the estimated visit time. This way, you can attend to your health needs without compromising your schedule for the day.

Do you offer telemedicine?

We are quick to adapt and respond to the changing needs of our patients and the community. Since the world has been forced to stay home by the COVID-19 pandemic, we found a way to make our services even more accessible to those who need them through our telemedicine services. Now, from the comfort of their own home, patients can talk to our doctors and get the professional help they need.

Do you have multiple examination rooms?

Our Medical Center in Hialeah has multiple examination rooms to cater to a wide variety of medical cases and accommodate the needs of as many patients as possible.

Do you have experienced and qualified medical personnel?

Our medical director himself, Dr. Hossein Joukar, has 15 years of experience in the field of medicine. Every procedure in Ritecare Urgent Care and Medical Center, Hialeah, is conducted and supervised by our qualified and experienced medical staff.

Do you have state-of-the-art equipment?

According to a 2017 study, the resources and facilities available at a healthcare center rank highly among patients when choosing where to get medical treatment.

To deliver quality service to our patients, we make sure that we have the highest quality of diagnostic equipment to give you accurate assessment findings. We also take extra care never to run out of medical supplies needed to treat injuries and deliver medicine.

Do you make patient safety a priority?

Patient experience and safety have always been prioritized at Ritecare. Since the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic, we have further improved our safety precautions to keep our patients as safe from virus transmission as possible. We are also up-to-date with the latest healthcare guidelines concerning public health matters.

Do you accept insurance?

We accept most major insurances. And since we believe that everyone should be entitled to high-quality healthcare services at an affordable cost, we also offer affordable self-pay options for patients with no insurance.

At Ritecare, we also have a transparency billing policy so that our patients can prepare before undergoing medical procedures. 

Is paying the bill hassle-free?

Settling your bill is an effortless transaction. We accept cash, debit card, and credit card payments. Patients can even pay their bills online.

Learn more about RiteCare Urgent Care and Medical Center, Hialeah

If you would like more information about our services, please call us at (305) 200-1225.

The material contained on this site is for informational purposes only and DOES NOT CONSTITUTE THE PROVIDING OF MEDICAL ADVICE, and is not intended to be a substitute for independent professional medical judgment, advice, diagnosis, or treatment.  Always seek the advice of your physician or other qualified healthcare providers with any questions or concerns you may have regarding your health.